Tabitha, your answer for Elder Care, proudly opened the doors of their new office location in Grand Island with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and dedication this November. The Grand Island Chamber of Commerce helped welcome guests and Joyce Ebmeier, Tabitha senior vice president of strategic planning, offered special remarks for the event. Tabitha Hospice Administrator Chris Wismer, commemorated the occasion by reading the “Innovative Elder Care Commitment Day” proclamation from Grand Island Mayor Jeremy Jensen. Guests attending the grand re-opening event were presented with a commemorative t-shirt and Hawaiian lei symbolizing the connection between Tabitha and the community.

Tabitha celebrates 20 years of serving Grand Island and the Hall County region. Innovative home health care and hospice services are offered throughout their west region which spans from Nance to Nuckolls and from Hamilton to Hall counties.

Tabitha was honored to be voted by readers as runner up for the new category of ‘Best of Grand Island—Hospice’ in the Grand Island Independent’s awards this year.

“The new office marks Tabitha’s ongoing commitment to the Elders of the Grand Island community and we look forward to providing more quality care options, exceptional service and compassionate team members”, said Chris Wismer.

PROUDLY CELEBRATING 130 YEARS OF SERVICE IN 2016! As a nonprofit organization serving 28 Nebraska counties, Tabitha’s love embraces a society where everyone is valued and empowered to live life to the fullest, with compassionate at-home support, innovative living communities, exceptional rehabilitation, health care and hospice services. For answers to all your aging questions, tune in to Tabitha’s Answers on Aging, airing each Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. on KFOR (1240 AM or 103.3 FM), or subscribe to Tabitha’s quarterly magazine, The Answer, at