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Hospice & Palliative Care is seeking a Hospice Aide to join our
team of professionals. We make a difference every day to patients
and families coping with end of life illness in creating a center
of excellence in hospice care.
Hospice Aide works under direct supervision of a registered nurse,
and as a member of the interdisciplinary team, provide personal
care for the patient and assist with activities of daily
by the state(s) as a nurse’s aide, having completed a course and
certified by the state.
The Hospice Aide will be certified by the state as a Certified Home
Health Aide (CHHA).
The Hospice Aide will also have passed a geriatric aide test. And
be certified as a Certified Geriatric Nurse’s Aide
The Hospice Aide must be certified by the state as a Certified Home
Health Aide (CHHA).
* GA: Current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification
required only for:
- All direct
patient care in state of Georgia.
Either CGNA certified; or will have completed and can provide
validation or documentation of having completed a home health aide
training and competency evaluation program conducted in a
Medicare-certified home health agency; or will have successfully
completed a personal care aide training program that is provided by
the hospice under the direction of a RN.
on the state aide registry with a clear record able to deliver care
to patients in their own homes, nursing facilities, or
complete the agency Home Health Aide Competency Exam with an 85% or
Minimum of six months experience in a supervised setting
(preferably a healthcare setting).
have and maintain reliable automobile, valid driver’s license, and
the minimums state required liability auto insurance.
compassionate attitude toward the care of the sick; the ability to
read, write and carry out directions, maturity; and the ability to
deal effectively with the demands of the job.
commitment to Seasons Hospice’s philosophy of care, values, mission
statement and organizational culture.
the regulations and requirements of the State in which the program