Encompass is a hospice service serving the Woodlands area, our job is to take care of the patients’ physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Doctors, nurses, chaplains, social workers and many others work closely together to make sure those needs are met. To meet all of those needs requires a great deal of time and resources.
As a volunteer, you would allow our teams of hospice care specialists to spend more of their focus on our patients during their darkest hour. You would assist staff in a wide range of important duties such as data entry, filing, copying, mailings, and other essential functions required of hospice care. This service would take place in our office during normal business hours Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated and thank you for even considering joining our team.
12727 Featherwood Dr. Suite 200, Suite 200, Houston, TX 77034, US
A Better Way to Care. Our hospice volunteers For those interested in making a difference in end-of-life care for patients, Encompass Health has volunteer opportunities to provide companionship and support to patients in their final months and weeks of life. Our hospice volunteers also provide non-medical services and respite time for caregivers and family members. As a hospice volunteer, you have options about how often you help and the activities you complete. While a variety of options exist, many of our volunteers: Provide companionship and socialization to patients Run errands for patients and families Walk or care for family pets Play games, read out loud or listen to music with patients Help with light housekeeping Create photo albums of patients and their families Write a journal or life story with patients as a gift to their families Help with general office and agency support
Bring high quality personalized health care and hospice services into the most familiar, most comfortable environment - your home. Our Circle of Care uses real-time technology to link you, our staff and your physician. In collaboration, we'll help you recover from an illness, injury or surgery, manage a chronic medical condition, or cope with life transitions.