Kind & Compassionate Hospice Volunteers Needed Throughout East King County

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Kaiser Permanente Washington Hospice Volunteer Program

  • 28 people are interested

Contact us before the upcoming core training on Tuesday, May 28, 2019!

"The people we meet in hospice have a long-lasting effect on our lives. At the same time, our being present for patients and families undoubtedly has a far-reaching ripple effect on them as well." -Kaiser Permanente Hospice Volunteer

Kaiser Permanente Washington's Hospice Program seeks volunteers to offer empathetic support and services to hospice patients and their families. We currently have a need for volunteers throughout East King County!

Volunteers are indispensable members of our hospice teams by being there with the dying and their families - most importantly - but also serving in specific that include:

  • Visiting with patients, reading, listening to music, playing cards,
  • Staying with a patient so the caregiver can rest or take a break
  • Running errands, grocery shopping, assisting with correspondence, small tasks
  • Assisting with transportation to medical appointments
  • Offering comfort at the bedside of a patient
  • Performing administrative tasks such as mailing or filing to support the hospice program
  • Sewing walker bags, lap quilts, and fidget aprons and blankets

Is your heart drawn to this challenging, meaningful work? Please send us a message and we'd love to explore opportunities with you.

Volunteers must be 21 and older and complete a screening and training program prior to performing services. Volunteers do not need to be Kaiser Permanente Washington (formerly Group Health) members.

1 More opportunity with Kaiser Permanente Washington Hospice Volunteer Program

Community Health & Medicine Seniors


We'll work with your schedule.


15809 Bear Creek ParkwaySte 140Redmond, WA 98052



  • Hospice Care
  • Elder care
  • Patient Care
  • Healthcare
  • Sewing
  • Administrative Support




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4 hrs/week (after completing initial screening, training, on-boarding)
  • Application; in-person interview; references checked; initial and annual TB screening, flu shot.

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