Hospice Volunteers Needed

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ORGANIZATION: Baylor Scott & White Hospice

Baylor Scott and White Hospice is actively seeking caring and compassionate volunteers to visit and offer companionship to hospice patients. Hospice patients are in the final stages of their lives, and regular visits from volunteers provide support and comfort. Having someone to talk to, sharing stories or even providing a quiet presence is incredibly valuable and makes a meaningful difference in their lives. Volunteers can also offer respite and downtime for the primary caregiver and other family members.

Activities hospice volunteers can do with patients include: talking, reading aloud, listening to music, watching TV/movies, writing letters, sharing stories, reminiscing about times in their lives, looking at photos, sewing/knitting, playing cards or board games, working puzzles, sharing time, etc. Volunteers are encouraged to share any special skills or talents with patients.

Volunteering an hour or more a week can make a lasting impact on the life of a hospice patient. We hope you will consider becoming a hospice volunteer and joining the Baylor Scott and White Hospice team.

For questions, more information or to obtain an application: Contact René Carlin at Roberto.Carlin@BSWHealth.org or 512.509.7200.

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About Baylor Scott & White Hospice


2911 Herring, Suite 310, WACO, TX 76708, US

Mission Statement

To provide quality, compassionate health care in a Christian environment.


Hospice is a concept of care for those living with a terminal illness. Hospice allows patients to receive care in the comfort of their home surrounded by family and friends.

Volunteers may choose to visit a patient, offering companionship , read to the patient, help with errands for the patient/caregiver, sitting to provide respite for the caregiver. No experience required, just need to have the heart to help people in their final journey.


Health & Medicine
Veterans & Military Families
Health & Medicine, Seniors, Veterans & Military Families


We'll work with your schedule.


3121 Eagles Nest StreetUnit 140Round Rock, TX 78665



  • Bereavement Support
  • Hospice Care
  • Veteran Care


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • We ask for an initial 6 month commitment due to the amount of time it takes for onboarding and training.

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