Heartland Hospice is looking for caring and compassionate members of the community with an interest in volunteering to serve terminally ill patients and their families. Volunteers are truly remarkable individuals, who unselfishly give their time, talent and energy to help others. We depend on our Volunteers to help us provide the extra attention that our patients and their families need during the last stages of the patient's life. Our Volunteers provide friendly support and companionship, they play a vital role in our organization and they are rewarded with kind of gratification that comes from helping others.
We provide our volunteers with detailed training and orientation to the hospice program so they fully understand our philosophy and goals, and prepare for skills necessary to assist patients and their families.
As a Heartland Volunteer, you can donate as much or as little of your time as you desire. The duties of our volunteers are varied. This flexibility allows you to find an area or service that is uniquely suited to you and provide you with the greatest personal satisfaction.
3230 Eagle Park Drive NE, Suite 200, Grand Rapids, MI 49525, US
Heartland Hospice Mission Statement The mission of Heartland Hospice is to provide quality Hospice care to patients with a limited life expectancy, as well as, provide support to their caregivers. The quality of life for those we serve is enhanced through palliative and specialized supportive care designed to meet the physical, psychosocial, social, and spiritual needs of the patients and caregivers. Hospice care is provided by using an interdisciplinary team utilizing an approach to the care delivered to patients either in their own home or extended care facility; working cooperatively with area health care providers and other community resources. Heartland Hospice strives to provide care to all who are eligible and need Hospice care irrespective of ability to pay.
Hospice care is provided by an interdisciplinary team utilizing an approach to the care delivered to patients either in their own home or extended care facility; working cooperatively with area health care providers and other community resources.