Thank you for your interest in wanting to work with Pathway Hospice.

To apply, CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR JOB APPLICATION, which you can save to your computer or print out. Once it is filled out completely, you can email or fax it back to our office.

The volunteer provides patient care and support services according to his/her experience and training and in compliance with organization policies.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities

- Serves as an integral member of the hospice interdisciplinary group amid various settings: home care; respite; inpatient, bereavement and/or administrative; office duties.

- Participates in general orientation

- Serves the patient and family/caregiver under guidance of Volunteer Coordinator and registered nurse (Case Manager) or as a part of the administrative team.

- Serves as substitute family/caregiver in the home performing activities that the volunteer has been prepared for and has agreed to perform. The volunteer may do homemaker chores, run errands, and provide respite care as well.

- Provides input into the plan of care and interdisciplinary meetings, as appropriate.

- Documents as educated and instructed maintaining confidentiality.

- Meets all health requirements set by Pathway Hospice, LLC.

- Provides availability on a regular basis and/or keeping with the patient and family/caregiver needs.

- Participates in volunteer support groups and/or educational in-services.

- Maintains open communication and reports regularly to the Volunteer Coordinator.

- Assignment of other duties (as needed) directed by the Volunteer Coordinator.

Pathway Hospice does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, ability to pay, or age in admissions, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities of employment.

Pathway Hospice also complies with the “Notice of Privacy Practices” when you are admitted to our program” This notice is required by law under the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) which ensures the respect for your privacy and confidentiality of healthcare information
- Hotline Employee discrimination or organizational complaints for non-emergency, Report it! 1-877-778-5463.

- Complaints concerning patient abuse - Lieutenant Governor's Office on Aging.

- DHEC Hot Line number for issues related to Medicare and Medicaid. 1-800-922-6735