11 people are interested
Indirect Patient Care
11 people are interested
Indirect Patient Care involves assisting our team in the care of our patients. A volunteer would mainly work out of our main office and do a variety of tasks.
Answering phones, data entry, filing, or assisting with relaying messages to our team in the field are just a few of the responsibilities of an office volunteer. They help ensure efficient processing of paperwork and the overall smooth operation of the office.
Sending birthday or sympathy cards, creating gifts for the patient or the bereaved, networking with other volunteers, attending fairs to help educate the public about our services, and assisting with a newsletter or scrapbook are some of the many special projects where volunteers are needed. We work together to arrange and deliver gift baskets at Christmas. And we also deliver flowers donated by a local flower shop twice a month to some of our patients.
About St. Joseph Hospice - Mobile
23 Midtown Park West, Unit B, Mobile, AL 36606, US
St. Joseph Hospice is a locally-owned agency dedicated to providing the highest quality hospice care to patients and families at this most crucial time in their lives. Our staff, comprised of compassionate, experienced, and palliative-trained professional, support staff and volunteers, work under the direction of a Board Certified hospice and palliative care physician using a team approach to care. St. Joseph Hospice is licensed by the State and certified by Medicare.
Hospice is based on the belief that through sensitive, appropriate care and the support of a community, terminally ill patients and their families can prepare to face the inevitable challenges ahead. Volunteers make a difference to patients and their families, the staff of hospice agencies, their communities and to one another.
Each area of hospice serves a unique purpose and relies on the skill and dedication of volunteers. Volunteers are a vital part of the St. Joseph Hospice team approach to caring for those entrusted to us.
Hospice volunteers have important roles, which may include family care, nursing home visits, working at a health fair, or helping with an agency project. Each person brings a unique mix of talent and interests to the hospice experience and each volunteer is needed and appreciated by everyone in the hospice community.
Volunteers attend training seminars where they learn the hospice philosophy of intertwining the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of death and dying. Each volunteer has access to our staff of professionals to assist them in becoming comfortable dealing with patients and families faced with terminal illness.
Should you decide to become a volunteer, you will experience one of the most life affirming and personally rewarding gifts you will ever receive.
23 Midtown Park WestUnit BMobile, AL 36606
August 16, 2021
- Office Reception
- Administrative Support
- Data Entry
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Minimum of 1-2 hours per week