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Lisa Myers
3 months ago

As a hospice RN case manager, I feel it’s more important to love going to work everyday for less pay then making the big bucks and dreading going to your job. Your attitude will show to your teammates and patients and their families. So unprofessional. #motivation, #professionalism, #hospice #advice

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Ron Wales
3 months ago

I really loved working for #Hospice of Northern Colorado because...

Very rewarding, loved all my patients, met there needs from gifts to doing tasks for them

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R Negrete
3 months ago
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darla soifua
over 6 months ago

I am looking for a full time private duty Hospice job in my area. I'm a licensed CNA with referenced of excellent care. Liberty Mo.

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darla soifua
over 6 months ago

Hello, I'm looking for a job in my area. I'd love to work Hospice or Special needs. I have extensive experience in both. I have excellent references and letters of recommendation. I would like to stay in the Liberty Missouri area.

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Tammy Hill
over 6 months ago

I didn't have this happen with any of my clients.

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Tammy Hill
over 6 months ago

It's a very special job. Rewarding above anything else. And also heart wrenching at the same time. I was fortunate to have such awesome clients and their families were wonderful.

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Tammy Hill
over 6 months ago

My biggest mistake I have made was getting to attached to my clients

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Tammy Hill
over 6 months ago

I loved working with Hospice pts because it was a good feeling knowing that I was doing what I had to do to make their last few days with us as comfortable as possible.

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Julie McCallops
over 6 months ago

What I loved working at #Hospice and Palliative Care,case management

Today, three years since I have worked at Hospice. that specialty of nursing was my favorite. We all spend our middle part of our lives trying to find our purpose, trying to find a calling rather than a paycheck. I truly felt Hospice was my purpose. My favorite part of the job was helping the patient set goals for living and seeing them reach those goals. People tend to think of Hospice as dying and yes that is part of it, but really helping people live and make the most of their time is a bigger part.

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