Hospice Employment Opportunities
Start Your Career In Hospice Care With HOPE Bayou Country
Bayou Country's Most Professional and Compassionate Hospice Team
The HOPE Healthcare and Hospice Bayou Country team provides compassionate, quality hospice care to patients and their families. We are dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of those we serve. Our team is comprised of highly skilled professionals who are committed to providing superior care.
If you are looking for a career in hospice care, HOPE Bayou Country is the place for you. Join the HOPE BC team today and help make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
Our mission is to work with eligible patients and their loved ones to provide an experience that is personal, comforting, and full of life's most important moments.
The Hospice Medical Director is responsible for the clinical oversight of the hospice program. This includes direct patient care, ensuring regulatory compliance, and managing staff. They have extensive experience in hospice care and are a field leader.
Hospice nurses provide comfort and support to patients and their families near the end of life. They have extensive experience in hospice care and are experts in managing emotional stressors that often come with a terminal diagnosis.
Hospice aides provide practical support to patients and families. They help with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and grooming. They also offer light housekeeping services and are available for emotional support.
Our nurse practitioners are responsible for providing high-quality care to terminally ill patients and their families. They work closely with the rest of the hospice care team to create individualized care plans and provide support to hospice patients and their families.
Hospice social workers are an integral part of the hospice team. They provide counseling and support to patients and families facing a terminal diagnosis. They also connect patients and families with resources in the community.
The hospice dietician ensures that patients receive appropriate nutrition and hydration during their end-of-life journey. They develop meal plans tailored to the patient’s specific needs and preferences. The dietician also educates patients and caregivers on the importance of nutrition during this time.
Hospice physical therapists provide patient-specific care and support to patients and families in need. Occupational and speech therapies may also be available for patients facing terminal illnesses.
The Hospice chaplain provides spiritual support to patients and families facing a terminal diagnosis, regardless of their religion. The chaplain is a calming presence during difficult times.
The bereavement coordinator provides support to families after the death of a loved one. They offer counseling and resources to help families cope with their loss.
Our services in Terrebonne and surrounding parishes include the following:
Are you ready for a career in hospice care?
Complete the application below for us to evaluate your profile. Someone from our Bayou Country staff will reach out to you with any questions we have.