As a group of companies which values the dignity, worth and potential of each employee, Hospice of Marion County, Inc. and its affiliated companies ensure equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other non-job-related characteristic. Our commitment to equal employment opportunity includes, but is not limited to, the following areas: hiring, promotion, transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination, all forms of compensation.
Make a Difference...for Your Patients and Yourself
Whether you are a nurse, HHA/CNA, Social Worker or healthcare professional, you may be in the stage of your life where a stressful and unfulfilling workday is simply not enough. If you are ready to make a difference in the lives of the people you care for ... including yourself, now is the time to apply for a position with one of our companies. The reasons to join our professional team are many. Here are a few real quotes from real employees:
"The patient experience is everything to me.
That's why I'm a nurse with Hospice of Marion County.”
"It doesn't seem like a job to me; it's like a family.
That's why I'm a certified nursing assistant with Hospice of Marion County.”
“I feel out patients are part of my extended family and I love making a difference in their lives.
That’s why I’m a staffing coordinator.”
"I make a difference every day.
That's why I'm a healthcare physician liaison with Hospice of Marion County.”
We began providing hospice services in Marion County in 1983. As we continued to grow, we developed our affiliated healthcare companies to expand our services to fit the needs of our community including:
Hospice of Marion County is a high-tech, fast-paced health service provider, offering challenging and rewarding careers to highly motivated, team-oriented, qualified health care professionals. The challenge lies in meeting the specific and sometimes exacting needs of patients in their last phases of life, their families, and the community on a daily basis. Hospice caregivers consistently receive the highest patient and family satisfaction ratings of all health service because they are dedicated to the best patient care possible.
Since our inception in 1983, Hospice of Marion County has used a team approach to patient care. At the core of the team are Physicians, a Pharmacist, Nurses, Social Workers, Certified Nursing Assistants/Home Health Aides, bereavement personnel and chaplains. The skilled staff members work together to provide patients and families with the care they need, specifically designed for their individual situation. Additional services are provided as needed by Physical and Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Nutritional Consultants.
Our administration building, four Hospice Houses, warehouse and five thrift shops, incorporate numerous professional disciplines, such as Human Resources, Finance, Volunteer Services, Education/Health, Quality Improvement, Support Services, Community Education/Health, Development and Information Technologies.