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ORGANIZATION: Suncrest Hospice OKC

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Volunteers are essential members of the patient’s hospice care team. Volunteers are trained to listen, care, and provide companionship for our patients during this important time in their lives. Through careful screening and orientation, our volunteers understand the hospice philosophy to provide as much comfort and quality of life to our patients as possible. They participate in the team visits which may include reading to patients, doing crafts, taking them outside in their wheelchair, accompanying them to a meal, writing letters, and sometimes simply by sitting quietly next to a patient’s bed. All of our volunteers are trained to provide companionship, and some of them bring extra areas of skill with them, such as massage, music, and energy work. A volunteer may also choose to help out with administrative tasks in the office.

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About Suncrest Hospice OKC


5100 N. Brookline Avenue, Suite 150, OKlahoma City, OK 73112, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the highest quality of care and customer service to our patients, their families and our referring sources. We believe that exceptional clinical care must include clear communication, a commitment to exceeding customer expectations, and a dedication to deliver services with passion and integrity. We are committed to maintaining a team comprised of the most talented and compassionate professionals in the industry. As our greatest asset, our team supports each other, takes complete ownership of their duties, and continually seeks to enhance their education and personal character. Suncrest will reach its goals under the direction of leaders who seek to serve, an office staff that supports, and a philosophy that growth is only achieved through the greatest efforts of the entire team.


Home Hospice Volunteers: Home hospice volunteers serve patients in their homes, which may be a house, an assisted living facility, or an independent living facility. The volunteer generally provides caregiver respite and/or patient companionship. The schedule for these visits varies greatly, and is typically arranged between the family and volunteer, based on the family’s needs and the volunteer’s availability. The time commitment also varies, but a volunteer generally offers two to four hours per week to the family.

Nursing Facility Volunteers: Volunteers who visit our patients in nursing homes spend their time talking with them, reading to them, or just sit quietly in their presence.

Healing Arts Volunteers: Healing arts volunteers may be licensed massage therapists, have a pet who is certified to visit patients, practice aromatherapy, music therapy, a Reiki practitioner, or an art therapist. Healing arts volunteers may practice in patient homes or facilities.

Administrative Volunteers: Our administrative volunteers perform a variety of duties in our fun office, from assisting staff with mailings, answering phones, filing, making packets, special projects, or working on the computer.

Other Talented Volunteers: Do you have a special gift or skill that isn’t listed above? Let us know! College Students Welcome! Seniors Welcome!


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Advocacy & Human Rights, Health & Medicine, Seniors


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Multiple locations Oklahoma City, OK 73112



  • Mental Health
  • Bereavement Support
  • Counseling / Mental Health
  • Hospice Care
  • Occupational Therapy
  • People Skills


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • At least 2 hours per month.
  • Volunteers will need to have current auto insurance and be willing to complete a tuberculosis test.

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