Caring Visitors needed in the Mt. Carmel area
There are lots of volunteer opportunities on this site, so thank you for considering our request!
We are searching for people who are truly interested in making a difference in people’s lives. The simple act of presence and companionship can bring joy and comfort to a hospice patient and their family. Sharing time with another is mutually rewarding and is a highlight of the day for many of our patients. Sitting with a patient allows their loved ones a break in their routine and offers respite from the demanding roles that caregiving often requires. Just knowing there is another caring, compassionate person who visits regularly is a relief for the family and an opportunity to make a difference and matter in another’s world.
Volunteer orientation will be provided, and a supportive staff will welcome you to our team. Please consider making a lasting impact in your community as a Residential Hospice Volunteer!
Disclaimer: We are sorry, but we cannot accept any court ordered community service.
Other Requirements: Interview, completed application, drug screening, finger printing, proof of valid ID (State or Driver's License)
About Residential Hospice
4215 State Route, Glen Carbon, IL 62034, US
Residential’s Mission is to be the recognized market leader in homecare, palliative and hospice services. We do this by: ◾Fostering a culture of growth, excellence, accountability and efficiency; ◾Being an employer-of-choice that attracts and empowers an exceptional workforce; ◾Focusing our offerings on the dynamic needs of our constituents - patients, caregivers, family members, physicians and other providers across the healthcare continuum; ◾Integrating impactful and innovative solutions to improve our constituents’ service experience; and ◾Ensuring full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
Residential Hospice is our highest level of care and provides expert medical care, pain and symptom management, and support to patients during their end-of-life journeys with a team of hospice and palliative care-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, spiritual care counselors, and volunteers.