Become a Kaiser Hospice Volunteer
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Hospice Services is currently seeking individuals to volunteer their time with terminally ill patients and their caregivers.
Volunteer opportunities include providing:
· Companionship to the lonely
· Caregiver relief
· Accompany on walks and/or recreational outings
· Assistance with errands and other support for families as they face difficult and challenging end-of-life issues
· Office support
Hospice is a team program of care which supports patients remaining in their homes for as long as possible. The program helps maintain levels of comfort and quality of life for patients and their loved ones.
Hospice provides volunteers with extensive training, ongoing support, and education. The program matches volunteers to situations that best suit their skills and availability and the patients' needs.
Volunteers have the freedom to structure their own hours during the week, evenings, or weekends. Assignments are located in the San Francisco and South San Francisco areas.
If you are interested in learning more please fill out an application at: https://kp.samaritan.com/custom/508/#/volunteer_login
About Kaiser Permanente Hospice
4131 Geary Blvd, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94118, US
Hospice is a program designed to provide comfort and care for people who are terminally ill during their final stages of life and support for their caregivers. The goal of hospice is to provide physical care for the patients and counseling to their families rather than to cure illnesses. Hospice allows the patient to remain in his or her home until death through the support of the Hospice team, and provides bereavement support to the family. Admission to the Hospice Program requires a written certification from a medical director of hospice or physician member of the hospice interdisciplinary team and the attending physician.
Kaiser Permanente’s Hospice Program is a Medicare-certified program providing end of life, palliative care services to Kaiser Permanente members and their families. The purpose of hospice care is to assist in the care and comfort (physical, emotional, spiritual) of patients with terminal illness. Services include physician treatment, nursing, social work, and chaplain consultation.
We'll work with your schedule.
1011 Sneath LaneSan Bruno, CA 94066
- Hospice Care
- People Skills
- Music Therapy
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Background Check
- Must be at least 23
- Orientation or Training
- 2 to 4 hours a week. More available upon request
- Highly motivated and mature candidates between ages 18 to 22 encouraged to apply also