Entries by Ashley Even

A Memorial Day Reflection

From the heart What Memorial Day Truly Means  As we observe Military Appreciation Week and the upcoming Memorial Day Holiday, Lt. Col. David Benhoff, USMC (ret.) and Director, Capital Caring’s Veterans Affairs Program shares his personal Memorial Day reflection. As I sit here pondering (struggling, really) what exactly to write, it occurred to me to […]

Expansion Prompts Relocation of Headquarters

May 1, 2019 – Falls Church, VA:  Capital Caring, one of the largest non-profit providers of advanced illness care in the nation, will relocate its headquarters to 3180 Fairview Park Drive, known as 80 at Fairview, later this year in the wake of major expansion and the addition of new services. “I’m excited to share […]

Families and Friends Put the “Care” in Caregiving

Celebrating Caregivers during Older Americans Month Since 1963—more than 50 years ago!—Americans have recognized May as Older Americans Month. The observance provides an opportunity for all of us to acknowledge the contributions of older individuals – past and present. In fact, there are events, ceremonies and fairs in honor of our older citizens all across […]

Lockheed Martin Red Wagon Donation Improves Transport for Pediatric Patients

Lockheed Martin has made it possible for Capital Caring to receive six red wagons equipped with IV poles to help children with serious medical issues enjoy easier transport. The wagons were recently distributed among Capital Caring’s four inpatient hospice centers throughout Maryland, Washington D.C. and northern Virginia. Members of the Lockheed Martin team joined Capital […]

Capital Caring Physicians featured as Top Doctors in NoVa Magazine

Matthew Kestenbaum, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, and Cameron Muir, M.D., Chief Innovation Officer,  at Capital Caring, were recently voted as Top Doctors in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Drs. Kestenbaum and Muir are featured with the physicians in Northern Virginia who were nominated and selected as Top Doctors by a group of their peers. Dr. Kestenbaum […]

Cancer pain specialist now offering interventional pain management procedures in D.C.

Dr. Michael Byas-Smith, an expert in interventional pain management and palliative care, is now providing treatments to help patients suffering from cancer pain in the Greater Washington, D.C. region. He is seeing patients on Mondays and Thursdays on the campus of Sibley Memorial Hospital, a member Johns Hopkins Medicine. According to the National Cancer Institute, […]