Do you care about people? Do you enjoy spending time with people? If so this is the right position for you. Our patient care volunteers are very special people. They spend time with the patient. They help give the family a break if the patient lives at home with the family. They also spend time with the patient when they are close to the end of life so no patient dies alone. Every act of kindness or service to our patients is equally important and our volunteers are the key in providing good patient care.
420 N Rangeline Road, Suite 11, Joplin, MO 64801, US
Our Mission...serving people with compassion and dignity. At Good Shepherd Hospice, we believe that health care is more than just a diagnosis and a treatment. It's a daily exercise in making this moment...this today...the very best it can be. We're here to help our patients achieve that goal - physically, mentally, spiritually...and for whatever that means individually. We believe that in the passing of a person’s life, there are also extraordinary opportunities for compassion, reconciliation, spiritual healing, and renewal. Our Volunteers play a vital role in our Hospice program. From working in the office, to creating special projects at home, to visiting to provide companionship and ease loneliness, Good Shepherd Hospice Volunteers make special moments happen again and again for the patients and families we serve.
Our History - 25 Years of Comforting and Serving
Good Shepherd Hospice opened it's first office in Oklahoma City in 1995. We now have a regional presence serving Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Texas. Along the way, we've touched the lives of more than 25,000 patients and shepherded 50,000+ family members through their time of need. Every member of our team receives comprehensive, ongoing training. We are a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Association, Medicare Certified and State Licensed.
Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
420 N Rangeline Rd Ste 11Joplin, MO64801
November 16, 2020
Reading / Writing
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
We ask our Patient Care Volunteers to spend at least an hour a week with the patient.
You must complete an online training course and then go through orientation. During this time of the COVID 19 crisis you would be required to do a COVID screening each week and wear a mask if you cannot social distance with a patient.