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Becoming a member of the Our Hospice of South Central Indiana team is a privilege. Our employees touch people's lives in very important ways at one of the most profound and challenging times in their life. If you are interested in delivering care in a way that makes a difference, spending time with your patients during the most challenging time of their lives, or supporting the front line staff who touch your neighbor's, friend's and even family's lives ~ Our Hospice of South Central Indiana has an opportunity waiting for you.

We invite you to search through our current job opportunities and encourage you to submit an application and/or resume. You can search below by current open positions or team location.

Current Job Openings

Location: Columbus


JOB SUMMARY

 

This position shall be responsible for meeting the nursing care needs of patients / families after normal business hours. Professional nursing services will be given in accordance with physician’s orders and the plan of care established by the IDG.


CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model to Hospice staff, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
  2. Shows good judgment by advising Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could affect the organization.
  3. Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
  4. Reports compliance concerns / issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns / issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  5.  Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  6. Encouraged to attend and / or participate in Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fundraising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).
  7. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Essential

 

1.    Provides on-call service to patients / families to ensure availability on a 24 hour, seven day a week basis.

2.    Triage of incoming phone calls from patients, families, facilities etc. to ensure appropriate hospice measures and provide adequate hospice staff visits that will adhere to a safe and symptom free environment for the patients / families.

3.    Performs admission assessments for new patients / families as scheduled or requested by a referral source, physician or patient / family.

4.    Makes routine and on call Hospice nursing visits as assigned to patients in the home, extended care facilities, assisted living facilities, and hospitals.  Completes assessment of the patient / family needs including physical, emotional, and bereavement status.

5.    Ensures that hospice care is provided according to regulations and standards established by Our Hospice.

6.    Maintains responsibility for assigned patient visits in a cost-effective and quality manner.  Manages time, pharmacy and medical supplies, and durable medical equipment in a manner conducive to optimal reimbursement.

7.    Teaches, supervises and counsels patient / family in care techniques including pain and symptom control, dietary instruction, use of equipment and observation techniques.

8.    Develops and implements the plan of care for each patient in collaboration with the patient, family and Interdisciplinary Group (IDG).  Evaluates each patient / family as directed and makes appropriate changes to the plan of care.

9.    Communicates with and updates other IDG team members as needed to coordinate and ensure quality care (e.g. social services, home health aides, volunteers and medical staff).

10. Promotes the Hospice benefit and provides education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to patients and family members, case managers, nursing facilities administrators and staff, physicians and physician office staff, and community groups.

11. Maintains accurate records in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures in a timely manner (e.g. initial plan of care, comprehensive plan of care, updates to the plan of care, daily documentation requirement, discharge summaries, death summaries).

 

Additional Duties & Responsibilities

 

1.    Performs additional duties and / or responsibilities as delegated by the Patient Care Manager or Director of Clinical Services including but not limited to direct patient care, after-hours triage, assessments, admissions, discharges, medication administration and treatments.

2.    Works positively and professionally with Hospice staff, assisting and supporting their involvement in appropriate work assignments, whenever appropriate.

3.    Collaborate with the MSW or Chaplain as after-hours needs are identified for the patients, families or referring facilities.

4.    Provides support to the Hospice Inpatient Facility as needed in the accomplishment of effective patient / family care.

5.    Provides assistance with medical record workflow including but not limited to audits, physician order approvals and patient transfers within the electronic health record.

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. Lift and / or move up to 50 pounds.
  2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
  3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
  4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
  5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
  6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  7. Finger dexterity required.
  8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category A employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.
  9. Must have a vehicle and provide evidence of current driver’s license and insurance.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelors of  Science in Nursing required or candidates who are currently enrolled in an accredited program.
  2. Experience – One to three years’ experience in health care preferred
  3. Licensure
    • Licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana
    • Valid Driver’s License and car insurance
  4. Skills
    • Proven managerial skills, including strong oral and written communication skills; excellent listening skills; excellent interpersonal and motivational skills; and the ability to interpret instructions furnished in a variety of formats, i.e. written, oral, diagram, etc.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare regulations.
    • Ability to read, analyze and interpret general industry periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations.
    • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
    • Ability to effectively present information to and respond to questions from patients/families and the general public.
    • Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
    • Excellent problem solving ability.
    • Must be able to effectively utilize Microsoft Office products.

 

 

Location: Columbus

JOB SUMMARY

This position shall be responsible for meeting the nursing care needs of assigned patients/families in community and home-based settings.  Professional nursing services will be given in accordance with physician’s orders and the plan of care established by the Hospice team.

CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model to Hospice staff, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
  2. Shows good judgment by advising Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could affect the organization.
  3. Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
  4. Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  5. Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  6. Encouraged to attend and/or participate in 2 Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fundraising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).
  7. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Makes routine Hospice nursing visits as assigned to patients in the home, extended care facilities, assisted living facilities, and hospitals.  Completes assessment of the patient/family needs including physical, emotional, and bereavement status.
  2. Performs as case manager maintaining responsibility for assigned patients in a cost-effective and quality manner.  Manages time, reimbursement of visits, pharmacy and medical supplies, and durable medical equipment.  
  3. Teaches, supervises and counsels' patient/family care techniques including pain and symptom control, dietary instruction, use of equipment and observation techniques.
  4. Develops and implements the plan of care for each patient in collaboration with the patient, family and Interdisciplinary Group (IDG).  Evaluates each patient/family as directed and makes appropriate changes to the plan of care.
  5. Communicates with and updates other IDG team members as needed to coordinate and ensure quality care (e.g. Social Services, Home Health Aides, Volunteers, and Medical Director).
  6. 6. Promotes the Hospice benefit and provides education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to patients and family members, case managers, nursing facilities administrators and staff, physicians and physician office staff, and community groups.
  7. Maintains accurate records in accordance with the supervising organization’s policies and procedures in a timely manner (e.g. initial plan of care, comprehensive plan of care, updates to the plan of care, daily documentation requirement, discharge summaries, death summaries).

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. Lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
  2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
  3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
  4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
  5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
  6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  7. Finger dexterity required.
  8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category A employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.
  9. Must have a vehicle and provide evidence of current insurance.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Education – Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Science (BSN) or currently enrolled in an accredited program.
  2. Experience – One to three years’ experience in health care preferred
  3. Licensure
    • Licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana
    • Valid Indiana Driver’s License
    • CPR
  4. Skills
    • Proven managerial skills, including strong oral and written communication skills; excellent listening skills; excellent interpersonal and motivational skills; and the ability to interpret instructions furnished in a variety of formats, i.e. written, oral, diagram, etc.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare regulations.
    • Ability to read, analyze and interpret general industry periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations.
    • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
    • Ability to effectively present information to and respond to questions from patients/families and the general public.
    • Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
    • Excellent problem solving ability.
    • Must be able to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the Internet.
 

FLSA: Non-Exempt / Hourly

JOB SUMMARY

This position shall be responsible for providing non-skilled nursing care to an assigned group of patients in the home care setting.

CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model to Hospice staff and external customers, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
  2. Shows good judgment by advising the Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could effect the organization.
  3. Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
  4. Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  5. Encouraged to attend and/or participate in 2 Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fundraising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).
  6. Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  7. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Provides routine patient care per the Home Health Aide and/or Homemaker assignment in an exemplary manner, providing comfort, care, and compassion to patients and families.
  2. Observes patients and reports observations and concerns to the primary care nurse and/or Patient Care Coordinator, Nurse Facilitator or Manager of Inpatient and Bartholomew.
  3. Completes patient records accurately and on a timely basis.
  4. Assists in maintaining a clean, healthful environment for the patient.
  5. Attends and participates in Interdisciplinary Group meetings, in-services, and staff meetings as requested.
  6. Participates in a minimum of twelve- (12) hours in-service education per year.
  7. Assists in orientation of new Home Health Aides and Homemakers.
  8. Promotes the Hospice benefit and provides education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to case managers, nursing facilities administrators and staff, physicians and physician office staff, and community groups.
  9. Completes other tasks as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
  2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
  3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
  4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
  5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
  6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  7. Finger dexterity required.
  8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category A employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Education – High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  2. Experience – One to three months related experience and/or training
  3. Licensure
    1. Valid Indiana Driver's License
    2. Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) & Home Health Aide or Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
  4. Skills
    1. Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
    2. Ability to write clear correspondence.
    3. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
    4. Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s.
    5. Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
    6. Competent to perform all skills delineated on the Home Health Aide skills checklist.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 8:00AM-4:30 PM

JOB SUMMARY

This position shall be responsible for meeting the nursing care needs of assigned patients/families in community and home-based settings.  Professional nursing services will be given in accordance with physician’s orders and the plan of care established by the Hospice team.

CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model to Hospice staff, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
  2. Shows good judgment by advising Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could affect the organization.
  3. Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
  4. Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  5. Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  6. Encouraged to attend and/or participate in 2 Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fundraising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).
  7. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Makes routine Hospice nursing visits as assigned to patients in the home, extended care facilities, assisted living facilities, and hospitals.  Completes assessment of the patient/family needs including physical, emotional, and bereavement status.
  2. Performs as case manager maintaining responsibility for assigned patients in a cost-effective and quality manner.  Manages time, reimbursement of visits, pharmacy and medical supplies, and durable medical equipment.  
  3. Teaches, supervises and counsels' patient/family care techniques including pain and symptom control, dietary instruction, use of equipment and observation techniques.
  4. Develops and implements the plan of care for each patient in collaboration with the patient, family and Interdisciplinary Group (IDG).  Evaluates each patient/family as directed and makes appropriate changes to the plan of care.
  5. Communicates with and updates other IDG team members as needed to coordinate and ensure quality care (e.g. Social Services, Home Health Aides, Volunteers, and Medical Director).
  6. 6. Promotes the Hospice benefit and provides education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to patients and family members, case managers, nursing facilities administrators and staff, physicians and physician office staff, and community groups.
  7. Maintains accurate records in accordance with the supervising organization’s policies and procedures in a timely manner (e.g. initial plan of care, comprehensive plan of care, updates to the plan of care, daily documentation requirement, discharge summaries, death summaries).

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. Lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
  2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
  3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
  4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
  5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
  6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  7. Finger dexterity required.
  8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category A employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.
  9. Must have a vehicle and provide evidence of current insurance.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Education – Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Science (BSN) or currently enrolled in an accredited program.
  2. Experience – One to three years’ experience in health care preferred
  3. Licensure
    • Licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Indiana
    • Valid Driver’s License and car insurance
  4. Skills
    • Proven managerial skills, including strong oral and written communication skills; excellent listening skills; excellent interpersonal and motivational skills; and the ability to interpret instructions furnished in a variety of formats, i.e. written, oral, diagram, etc.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare regulations.
    • Ability to read, analyze and interpret general industry periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations.
    • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
    • Ability to effectively present information to and respond to questions from patients/families and the general public.
    • Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
    • Excellent problem solving ability.
    • Must be able to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the Internet.
 

FLSA: Non-Exempt / Hourly

JOB SUMMARY

This position shall be responsible for providing non-skilled nursing care to an assigned group of patients in the home care setting.

CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model to Hospice staff and external customers, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
  2. Shows good judgment by advising the Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could effect the organization.
  3. Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
  4. Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  5. Encouraged to attend and/or participate in 2 Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fundraising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).
  6. Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  7. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Provides routine patient care per the Home Health Aide and/or Homemaker assignment in an exemplary manner, providing comfort, care, and compassion to patients and families.
  2. Observes patients and reports observations and concerns to the primary care nurse and/or Patient Care Coordinator, Nurse Facilitator or Manager of Inpatient and Bartholomew.
  3. Completes patient records accurately and on a timely basis.
  4. Assists in maintaining a clean, healthful environment for the patient.
  5. Attends and participates in Interdisciplinary Group meetings, in-services, and staff meetings as requested.
  6. Participates in a minimum of twelve- (12) hours in-service education per year.
  7. Assists in orientation of new Home Health Aides and Homemakers.
  8. Promotes the Hospice benefit and provides education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to case managers, nursing facilities administrators and staff, physicians and physician office staff, and community groups.
  9. Completes other tasks as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
  2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
  3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
  4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
  5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
  6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  7. Finger dexterity required.
  8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category A employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Education – High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  2. Experience – One to three months related experience and/or training
  3. Licensure
    1. Valid Indiana Driver's License
    2. Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) & Home Health Aide or Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
  4. Skills
    1. Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
    2. Ability to write clear correspondence.
    3. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
    4. Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s.
    5. Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
    6. Competent to perform all skills delineated on the Home Health Aide skills checklist.

Reports To: Manager of Inpatient and Bartholomew or Patient Care Coordinator
FLSA: Non-Exempt / Hourly

JOB SUMMARY

This position shall be responsible for providing non-skilled nursing care to an assigned group of patients in the home care setting.

CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model to Hospice staff and external customers, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
  2. Shows good judgment by advising the Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could affect the organization.
  3. Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
  4. Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  5. Encouraged to attend and/or participate in 2 Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fundraising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).
  6. Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  7. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Provide patient care for Our Hospice of South Central Indiana at whichever site is in need of additional support.This includes Inpatient Facility, Bartholomew, Jennings or Decatur/Shelby offices.
  2. Provides routine patient care per the Home Health Aide and/or Homemaker assignment in an exemplary manner, providing comfort, care, and compassion to patients and families.
  3. Observes patients and reports observations and concerns to the primary care nurse and/or Patient Care Coordinator, Nurse Facilitator or Manager of Inpatient and Bartholomew.
  4. Completes patient records accurately and on a timely basis.
  5. Assists in maintaining a clean, healthful environment for the patient.
  6. Attends and participates in Interdisciplinary Group meetings, in-services, and staff meetings as requested.
  7. Participates in a minimum of twelve- (12) hours in-service education per year.
  8. Assists in orientation of new Home Health Aides and Homemakers.
  9. Promotes the Hospice benefit and provides education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to case managers, nursing facilities administrators and staff, physicians and physician office staff, and community groups.
  10. Completes other tasks as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
  2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
  3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
  4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
  5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
  6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  7. Finger dexterity required.
  8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category A employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Education – High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  2. Experience – One to three months related experience and/or training
  3. Licensure
    • Valid Indiana Driver's License
    • Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) & Home Health Aide or Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
  4. Skills
    • Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
    • Ability to write clear correspondence.
    • Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
    • Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s.
    • Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
    • Competent to perform all skills delineated on the Home Health Aide skills checklist.

REPORTS TO: Manager of Inpatient and Bartholomew
FLSA: Non-Exempt / Hourly

JOB SUMMARY

This position shall be responsible for providing non-skilled nursing care to an assigned group of patients in the Hospice Inpatient Center.

CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model to Hospice’s employees, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
  2. Shows good judgment by advising Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could effect the organization.
  3. Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
  4. Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Corporate Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  5. Encouraged to attend and/or participates in 2 Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fund-raising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).
  6. Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  7. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Provides routine patient care per the Home Health Aide and/or Homemaker assignment in an exemplary manner, providing comfort, care, and compassion to patients and families.
  2. Observes patients and reports observations and concerns to the primary care nurse and/or the Manager of Inpatient and Bartholomew or Nurse Facilitator.
  3. Completes patient records accurately and on a timely basis.
  4. Assists in maintaining a clean, healthful environment for the patient.
  5. Attends and participates in Interdisciplinary Group meetings, in-services, and staff meetings as requested.
  6. Participates in a minimum of twelve (12) hours of in-service education per year.
  7. Assists in orientation of new Home Health Aides and Homemakers.
  8. Promotes the Hospice benefit and provides education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to case managers, nursing facilities administrators and staff, physicians and physician office staff, and community groups.
  9. Completes other tasks as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  1. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
  2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
  3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
  4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
  5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
  6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  7. Finger dexterity required.
  8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category A employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Education – High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
  2. Experience – One to three months related experience and/or training.
  3. Licensure
    • Valid Indiana Driver's License
    • Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) & Home Health Aide or Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
  4. Skills
    • Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
    • Ability to write clear correspondence.
    • Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
    • Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s.
    • Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
    • Competent to perform all skills delineated on the Home Health Aide skills checklist.

REPORTS TO:  President                                                              
FLSA: Exempt / Salary

JOB SUMMARY

This position is responsible for leading the Palliative Care under the direction of the President while providing leadership and administration of identified clinical services to ensure compliance with established vision, mission and objectives of the organization as well as CMS rules and regulations in the implementation of quality, cost effective services. Is a role model for ethical behavior and high moral standards and contributes time and talent to the positive progress of the Leadership Team in order to achieve organizational goals. 

LEADERSHIP CORE VALUES

  1. Serves as a role model of professional behavior, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity. Makes a commitment to follow the Standards of Conduct.
  2. Serves as a member of the Leadership Team and actively participates at each meeting.
  3. Shows good judgment by assessing potential risks, concerns or issues related to development of the palliative care program.
  4. Advises the Leadership Team in areas of responsibility, including but not limited to compliance, clinical/patient care, human resources, financial billing, information systems, life/safety and facilities related to development of the palliative care program.
  5. Reports compliance concerns/issues, to the Corporate Compliance Officer including any misconduct or business practices that do not conform to the Standards of Conduct.
  6. Reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
  7. Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
  8. Meets behavioral standards and expectations as set by Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Standards of Service and administrative policies.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Essential

    1. Strategic Focus

    • Lead the strategic progress and growth of the Palliative Support service as outlined in the annual strategic plan of the organization.
    • Maintain timeline for growth projections, track issues, perform statistical analysis, and maintain complete, concise, and timely documentation of growth progress.
    • Assists the President and Leadership Team in the strategic planning of the organization.
    • Develop metrics to pursue and monitor program quality and success.

    2.Service Management

    • Serves as the Patient Care Coordinator for the organization to ensure the overall coordination of care and continuous assessment of each patient’s needs, and the implementation of the interdisciplinary plan of care. Serves as a member of the Interdisciplinary Group.
    • Oversees the operations of care delivery in the Outpatient Clinic, Home Service and Inpatient Service to ensure partnerships and service growth are accomplished.
    • Builds and leads effective clinical team to carry out the mission and goal of the organization
    • Initiates and develops relationships with community, residential/nursing facilities and hospitals to determine service expectations of health care partners and all potential stakeholders.
    • Partner with other clinical leaders and Human Resources to ensure appropriate staffing is maintained as per the planned strategic growth.
    • Accountable for the coordination of Services to ensure a high standard of quality care is provided to each patient consistent with each discipline’s responsibilities on the interdisciplinary team.
    • Provides direction and oversight to the Registered Nurse position ensuring decision-making is in accordance with the organization’s mission, goals and objectives.
    • Ensures accuracy and completeness of the clinical records for compliance with state rules, federal regulations, legal and ethical standards.
    • Collaborates with the Director of Corporate Integrity for all aspects of quality, compliance and education for quality assessment/performance and improvement
    • Provides assistance and support to the Referral Specialists to ensure an efficient referral and admission process.
    • Works in collaboration with the Marketing Department to design and deliver a clinical marketing plan.
    • Ensures that staff adheres to all policies and procedures. Proactively identifies opportunities to improve the patient experience of care and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of resource use.
    • Remains abreast of regulatory changes, including investigating, evaluating and communicating changes as appropriate.
    • Ensures that the department operates within budget
    • Partner with finance and gift development leadership to develop budget reflective of revenue generation as well as cost avoidance in the healthcare system to ensure sustainability
    • As necessary, manage relationships with business and organizational consultants. Continuously research and compile relevant literature and data for growth and development of the program.

    Additional Duties & Responsibilities

    • Performs additional duties and/or other responsibilities as delegated
    • Demonstrates a continued interest in and knowledge of advancements in the Hospice and Palliative Care field and state and federal rules and regulations to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance.
    • Completes employee evaluations in a timely manner
    • Carries out duties and responsibilities of position in a manner that exemplifies excellent customer services.
    • Works positively and professionally with community partners, staff, department volunteers, assisting and supporting their involvement in appropriate work assignments, whenever appropriate

    WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    • Occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
    • Exposure to repetitive motion.
    • Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
    • Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
    • Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
    • Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
    • Finger dexterity required.
    • Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Blood borne Pathogens Guidelines. Possible Occupational exposure (Category C employee) to human blood borne pathogens.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Education – Bachelor’s degree (BS) in nursing. MBA ideal.
    • Experience – Seven to ten years’ experience in health care. Lean Sigma belt training preferred.
    • Licensure- Current licensure as a Registered Nurse
    • Licensure – Valid Indiana Driver’s License.
    SKILLS
    • Proven leadership skills, including strong oral and written communication skills; excellent listening skills; excellent interpersonal and motivational skills; and the ability to interpret instructions furnished in a variety of formats, i.e. written, oral, diagram, etc.
    • Demonstrated understanding of federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to palliative care programs.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of hospice and palliative care staff, including the Board of Directors, and present information to various audiences (customers, public).
    • Strong planning and problem-solving skills, ability to anticipate barriers to growth and develop alternative strategies.
    • Ability to read, analyze and interpret general industry periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.
    • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
    • Excellent problem solving ability.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Knowledge and efficiency in Microsoft Office Products.

    Summary

    Our Hospice of South Central Indiana is seeking a Hospice & Palliative Care Physician for their Columbus, Indiana facility to serve as Medical Director.

    The Hospice Physician will provide direct patient care and symptom management to hospice patients while assuring care is in compliance with Medicare and other regulatory programs.  The clinician will also serve as liaison between the primary physician and the hospice team, providing care and facilitating communication and continuity of the care plan.  The clinician will also support the admission and care delivery process of hospice patients.  

    Primary Responsibilities include:

    1. Responsible for the medical component of the hospice’s patient care program.
      • In conjunction with the Interdisciplinary Group (IDG) is responsible for or participates in making decisions regarding admissions to hospice home care or inpatient settings(s).
      • Participates in the development of individual plans of care before admission of a patient/family to the program
      • Acts as a liaison between the attending physician and the IDG.
      • Acts as primary/attending physician when patients have no primary/attending physician.
      • Participates in the development, evaluation, and revision of written care plans by attending the IDG meetings.
      • Participates in medication review, titration, or discontinuation, in line with patient’s condition and goals.
      • Participates in IDG, completing medication review, relatedness and clinical decision making.
      • Is available to have goals of care conferences with patients and families who are considering the choice of hospice, to help counsel and coordinate care in line with patient’s condition and goals. These visits can be required either:

                     - Before choosing hospice (such as a palliative care consult).

                     - While under the care of hospice. 

    2. Works collaborative with other medical staff.
      • May be asked to assist with work assigned to other medical colleagues as work load indicates.
      • Rotates for weekend and holiday call to provide for the 24 hour, 7 day a week needs for hospice in all levels of care.
    3. Visits hospice patients as indicated.
      • Makes visits to hospice patients whether at patient’s home or a residential facility as indicated for symptom management or re-certification of hospice eligibility.
      • Makes visits to hospice patients in the Hospice Inpatient Facility as indicated.
    4. Completes all required documentation in a timely manner.
      • Documents patient visits per State and Federal regulation.
      • Completes death certificates, CTIs and other documentation as needed.
    5. Responsible for making quality, cost effective medical care decisions.
    6. Serves as a liaison with community physicians, medical schools, hospitals and nursing homes.
    7. Advises Medical Director of exceptional conditions, such as unanticipated adverse outcomes in the clinical setting.
    8. Stays up to date on notifications, emails and Chex educations, and is responsible for updated information.
    9. During work hours, is available to discuss treatment options, make recommendations for symptom management in patients who are considering or enrolled in hospice
    10. May involve direct discussion with referring MD to clarify needs and expectations.
    11. Will fulfill the role of Medical Director as Medical Director Designee, when Medical Director is unavailable for protracted times.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    1. Education – Doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy degree.
    2. Experience
      • At least two years’ experience in a medical specialty dealing with terminally ill patients, such as oncology or geriatrics and with demonstrated experience in the principles of pain and symptom management.Hospice and Palliative Medicine board certification preferred.
      • Five to ten years’ experience in health care administration with good managerial skills; strong oral and written communication skills; good interpersonal and motivational skills.
      • Proven team leader
    3. Licensure
      • Licensed Physician in the state of Indiana.
      • Board certification by an American Board of Medical Specialties approved board examination, an osteopathic medicine equivalent.
      • Board certification in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, preferred
      • Must possess a valid Indiana driver’s license, and current auto insurance.
      • Hold a current and updated DEA license
      • Obtain and maintain privileges at Columbus Regional Hospital.
      • Remain current in CME hours in a primary specialty.

     

    REPORTS TO:  Administration Supervisor

    FLSA:  Non-exempt/ A-13

    JOB SUMMARY

    This position provides administrative and clerical assistance to the Inpatient Facility of Our Hospice of South Central Indiana every other weekend.  This position performs responsibilities utilizing knowledge of office systems and procedures, regulations and Hospice goals and objectives; and contributes to the development and/or modification of operating processes. 

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Essential

    1. Answers and screens all incoming calls on a multiple line system.Directs calls appropriately to internal staff and pages external staff (RN’s, HHAs, Chaplains, MSWs, etc.) as needed.Receives all walk-ins in a courteous and helpful manner assisting them and directing them to appropriate individuals(s) or office(s) of Hospice.
    2. Daily enters and updates information in Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s software systems, e.g. relevant patient information.
    3. Responsible for EMR workflow, electronic consent workflow, scanning documents and input as needed daily.
    4. Ensures that documents requiring physician signature are tracked for completion and followed up appropriately.
    5. Order DME for patients in the IPF or when the IPF patient is transferring to the home setting.
    6. Ensures the on-going accuracy of active charts and verifies accuracy of closed charts.
    7. Creates Interdisciplinary Group (IDG) discussion list, agenda and console.After IDG meetings, copies, fax, mail and files IDG information.
    8. Maintains integrity of logs kept within the Inpatient Facility.
    9. Works independently and within a team on special and nonrecurring and ongoing projects, including fundraising events.Acts as a project manager for special projects at the request of the Executive Assistant, which may include: planning and coordinating multiple presentations, disseminating information and organizing office events.
    10. Coordinates meetings, gathers data, prepares correspondence, documents and reports, maintains files and records on behalf of the Executive Assistant and Manager of Inpatient Facility as needed.
    11. Prepares and distributes daily Inpatient Facility census reports for the organization.
    12. Scheduling assignments for IPF RNs, HHAs and MDs.Processes Bereavement cards for patients that have passed.
    13. Places weekly linen orders.
    14. Demonstrates ability to remain calm and functional in work situation and follows directions and established emergency protocols, i.e. Fire Drills.

    Additional Duties & Responsibilities

    1. Performs other duties as needed with regard to special projects.
    2. Performs all other general office duties as assigned promptly and accurately, including typing, copying, filing, and faxing documents, preparing reports/documents for both internal and external customers, and maintaining logs.

    WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    1. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
    2. Exposure to repetitive motion.
    3. Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
    4. Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
    5. Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
    6. Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
    7. Some finger dexterity.
    8. Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category C employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    1. Education – High School Diploma or GED required.Business school or Associate’s degree preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 3-4 years of related experience required; healthcare experience preferred.
    2. Licensure – Valid Indiana Driver’s License.
    3. Skills
      • Proficient in Microsoft Office Products.
      • Strong working knowledge of administrative office procedures.
      • Strong working knowledge of use and operation of standard office equipment and software programs.
      • High level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations.
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
      • Professional appearance and telephone manner.
      • Good command of the English language, oral and written.
      • Demonstrated poise, tact and diplomacy.
      • Ability to summarize data for reports.

    REPORTS TO:  Manager of Support Services                                                                    FLSA:  Exempt/P-18

    JOB SUMMARY

    This position shall be responsible for providing counseling and supportive services that encourage the grief process and patient/family adjustment to the terminal illness, according to individual and/or family needs.

    CORE VALUES

    • Serves as a role model to Hospice’s employees, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
    • Upholds, promotes adherence and active practice of the Standards of Service.
    • Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
    • Shows good judgment by advising the Director of Finance and Business Operations and other Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could affect the organization.
    • Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
    • Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
    • Encouraged to attend and/or participates in Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fund-raising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Essentials

      • Assists in the implementation, development and revisions of the plan of care through the development of problems, intervention, and goals.
      • Provides services as indicated by the plan of care.
      • Assists patient/family in locating simple legal forms (e.g. Living Will, out of hospital DNR, General Power of Attorney, Health Care Representative).
      • Provides psychosocial assessments and psychological counseling for the following but not limited to:
      • Patient/family adjustment to terminal illness.
      • Individual counseling relating to: stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and feeling of inadequacy.
      • Family counseling relating to social/emotional problems.
      • In the coordination of services for hospice care including: environmental, equipment, temporary care services, long term care and community support agencies.
      • Economic counseling to assist in receiving financial aid applications.
      • Grief counseling.
      • Records in patient’s chart diagnostically, appropriately, and promptly the social finds, impressions and plan of action in relations to medical social problems.
      • Participates in quality assessment and performance improvement program and Hospice sponsored in-service training. 
      • Participates in Hospice team meetings that serve to coordinator the patient plan of care  (IDG) and other team and organizational meetings that contribute to the accomplishment of strategic goals.
      • Facilitates Support Groups
      • Assists with Memorial Services
      • May help and assist with bereavement follow-up care for thirteen months after patient’s death.
      • Participates in on-call service to patient/family to insure availability on a 24 hour, seven day-a-week basis.
      • Assists with training and educating bereavement volunteers.

      Additional Duties & Responsibilities

      • Participates in the educational process of the Hospice approach to other professionals and volunteers. 

      WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMANDS

      • Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
      • Exposure to repetitive motion.
      • Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
      • Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
      • Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
      • Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
      • Finger dexterity required.  
      • Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Blood borne Pathogens Guidelines.  Possible Occupational exposure (Category B employee) to human blood borne pathogens.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Education – Masters of Social Work (MSW) degree from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education
      • Experience – Hospice and/or Home Health experience preferred.  Has one year of social work experience in a health care setting. 
      • Licensure -Licensed Social Worker (LSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Indiana Licensed.
      • Must possess a valid driver’s license, current auto insurance, and reliable transportation.

      REPORTS TO: Resource Development Manager                                                            FLSA / P-19

      JOB SUMMARY

      This position is responsible for promoting Our Hospice of South Central Indiana (Our Hospice) programs and mission to referral sources, assesses the patient/family status and advises on appropriateness of admission based on Medicare Hospice criteria.  The outcome goal is obtaining patient referrals to Our Hospice. The position will be responsible for building relationships between healthcare professionals, organizations and patients, as well as to position Our Hospice services favorably in the healthcare market.  The outcome utilizes knowledge and regulations to accomplish the mission and vision while building relationships that aligns with the growth and market strategies of Our Hospice and Palliative Care Services.

      CORE VALUES

      • Serves as a role model to Hospice’s employees, setting an example of professionalism, teamwork and integrity.
      • Upholds, promotes adherence and active practice of the Standards of Service.
      • Adheres to and is an advocate for the Hospice Mission Statement and philosophy.
      • Shows good judgment by advising the Director of Finance and Business Operations and other Leadership of potential risks, concerns or issues that could affect the organization.
      • Reports compliance concerns/issues to the Compliance Officer and reports HIPAA concerns/issues to the HIPAA Privacy Officer or HIPAA Security Officer.
      • Serves as Committee member as appropriate.
      • Encouraged to attend and/or participates in Hospice sponsored activities (e.g. Memorial Services, Volunteer Support Meeting, fund-raising events, and other team related activities as determined per site).

      RESPONSIBILITIES

      Essential

      • Establishes and maintains strong relationships with nursing facilities, hospitals, physicians and key community members within assigned territory service area to increase patient/referrals.
      • Routinely visits referral sources to achieve desired outcomes.
      • Serves as initial contact on referrals, explaining the Our Hospice mission and values as well as the patient’s ability to meet the Hospice criteria.
      • Responds timely to all referrals and fosters a relationship of trust, responsiveness, and open communication with all customers including but not limited to extended care facilities, hospital case managers, physicians, patients and families.
      • Communicates and aligns with providers within the health system to ensure the patient and family receives the appropriate health services for patient needs.
      • Promotes Our Hospice mission and vision to provide education to all potential referring customers including but not limited to case managers, physicians their office staff, facilities and General Healthcare groups.
      • Partners with the management team to ensure the best possible service and effective communications.
      • Maintains working knowledge of market resources, any changes in health care systems, including ACO’s, and competitor’s market share information.
      • Facilitates communication effectively between Hospice staff, patients/families/caregivers, physicians, vendors, and collaborates with other professionals such as external customer service groups to improve communication and relationships to increase referrals.
      • Provides documentation to facilities regarding services rendered that are compliant with state and federal regulations.
      • Participates in the provision of educational and community relations activities to the community and other health care professionals as requested to further brand image and business development needs.
      • Develop and implements sales plans that are consistent with Our Hospice’s mission, mission and budget.
      • Maintains a positive image (patient-family centered care, becoming the hospice of choice).
      • Research and maintains up-to-date information on market competitors including patient census, referral sources, and marketing strategies. Act as a Liaison between referral sources and agency staff to potentially overcome any service challenges and maintain positive relationships.
      • Participates in Regular Sales/Operations Meetings with management and leadership to discuss Referral activity, goals, mission and vision as well as any potential objections.
      • Maintains open communication with Manager of Business Development regarding goals and challenges in the industry.
      • Additional duties as needed.

      WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL DEMAND

      • Occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
      • Exposure to repetitive motion.
      • Predominantly inside environmental conditions with some exposure to outside environmental conditions.
      • Regularly required to use hands, talk and hear within normal range.
      • Frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms, or twist.
      • Specific vision abilities include close, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
      • Finger dexterity required.
      • Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Blood borne Pathogens Guidelines.Possible Occupational exposure (Category C employee) to human blood borne pathogens.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Education – Bachelor’s Degree preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
      • Experience – One to three years’ experience in hospice and/or healthcare field preferred.
      • Licensure – Valid Indiana Driver’s License, active car insurance and reliable transportation.

      SKILLS

      • Proven track record of market growth, strong social and business etiquette skills and excellent personal presentation that is congruent with Our Hospice standards.
      • Proven managerial skills, including strong oral and written communication skills; excellent listening skills; excellent interpersonal and motivational skills; and the ability to interpret instructions furnished in a variety of formats, i.e. written, oral, diagram, etc.
      • Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare and hospice regulations.
      • Ability to read, analyze and interpret general industry periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations.
      • Ability to effectively present information to and respond to questions from patients/families and the general public.
      • Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
      • Excellent problem solving ability.
      • Must be able to effectively utilize Microsoft Office Products.

       

       

      Our Hospice of South Central Indiana, Inc., a leading provider of end-of-life care, is seeking a high-energy professional with an enthusiastic outlook and a winning attitude to join our Leadership Team. 

      This position provides leadership, direction and administration of clinical and support services to ensure compliance with established vision, mission, and objectives of the organization and realization of quality, cost effective services.  This position is a role model for ethical behavior and high moral standards.  This position has overall responsibility for the development, implementation and ongoing improvement of the Hospice’s Compliance Program, Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement Program, Staff Development Program and serves as the HIPAA Privacy Officer.  Responsible for overseeing staff development standards and providing leadership for the education process, including the clinical components of service excellence, orientation, and competency performance, in-services both across interdisciplinary company service lines.  Serves as the Alternate Administrator in the absence of the President as outlined in the Chain of Command Policy.

      Interested candidates must send resume and cover letter including salary requirements to Human Resources Department, Our Hospice of South Central Indiana, 2626 East 17th Street, Columbus, IN  47201. Fax: 812-314-8172 or email to shall2@crh.org 

      EOE/ Drug Free Work Environment

       

      If you would like to submit a resume and/or application, or would like additional information, please contact our Human Resources Department. Applications may be completed and submitted to the HR Manager at the address or email below.

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      Our Hospice of South Central Indiana, Inc.
      Human Resources
      2626 E. 17th Street
      Columbus, IN 47201
      Phone: 812.314.8054 
      Toll free 1.800.841.4938 ext. 8054 
      Fax: 812.314.8172
      Email: ourhospice@crh.org

      Thank you for considering becoming a member of the Our Hospice of South Central Indiana team. Our sincere best wishes for your future success.

      Our Hospice of South Central Indiana is an equal opportunity employer committed to a culturally diverse workforce.