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Sonata Healthcare, LLC.

  • 3 people are interested
Sonata Hospice

Volunteers have the opportunity to visit with our home patients. These are patients on hospice, living at home, that would like to have some companionship or the caregiver would like to go run errands while a Volunteer sit with the patient.

We will train you, and will always be just a phone call away.
We will provide you with Personal Protective Gear (PPE) and train you for infection control for all your visits.

We have opportunities south of the 8 freeway that would require that the volunteer speak Spanish.
We have opportunity in the north as well.

It's time for us to add Volunteers back in the field where safe and possible. If you like people, like talking and listening, have a kind and caring heart and want to do some good - this opportunity if for you!

Contact me today! Volunteer@sonatahospice.com

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About Sonata Healthcare, LLC.


5333 Mission Center Dr, Ste 210, San Diego, CA 92108, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide quality hospice care to patients and families with a limited life expectancy and emotional support to their families with a limited life expectancy and emotional support to their families using an Interdisciplinary professional collaborative process. Our vision is to ensure quality of care we provide to our clients surpasses the community standards.


Sonata Hospice Volunteers are trained to meet the needs of families and patients by providing companionship and short-term respite care. These volunteers are hand-selected and trained. Following reference and background checks, these individuals complete extensive training prior to working with patients. Volunteers make things easier by offering caregiver relief’, companionship, sharing of special interests, letter writing, reading to the patient or help with errands. We are always looking for quality volunteers. Please contact us to learn more about how you can help bring comfort to those in need.

Health & Medicine


We'll work with your schedule.


The San Diego areaSan Diego, CA 92108



  • Literacy / Reading




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 -3 hours per week
  • Friendly, kind, willing to sit and listen or talk. May or may not read out loud.

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