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At Paradigm Health we are committed to providing the best hospice care in Central Indiana. If you are a veteran or currently serving our country in some way, we are grateful for your commitment to service and would like you to join us as a volunteer providing support to other veterans who were willing to protect our country. A volunteer would participate in pinning ceremonies, special events honoring veterans, or simply talking about old times in the service, your presence would make a huge difference in the daily life of one of our hospice patients.
About Paradigm Health
8904 Bash Street, Suite B, Indianapolis, IN 46256, US
Paradigm Health is committed to a culture of care for each patient and their family. Through home health, hospice and palliative care services, we embrace each patient's individual needs to maintain and maximize an enriched quality of daily life through compassionate caregiving -- truly Hoosiers Caring for Hoosiers.
Paradigm Health offers a unique combination of premier home health, hospice and palliative care to Central Indiana. By providing above and beyond quality home-based care, Paradigm Health has assembled a leadership team and valued, competent and well-educated staff working within an organized and responsive management model to place us on the path to becoming Central Indiana's both provider and employer of choice.
Consumers of our services will be those individuals and families in need of home health, hospice and/or palliative care. These patients are usually referred by other health care professionals such as physicians, attorneys, insurance companies and health care facilities.
In addition to hands-on leadership and a committed and compassionate caregiving staff, Paradigm Health hospice volunteers are an essential part of our patient-care team. They are specially trained individuals, who provide assistance to patients, their families and the hospice team. They do not provide direct patient care, give medications or make medical decisions. As a valued resource, they bring a friendly smile, warm conversation, a hand to hold, or offer a welcome respite for a family.