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Becoming a Hospice Volunteer

Hospice volunteers play a vital role in hospice care organizations. Many of our patients need companionship. With your time and talents, you will be able to help many people find peace in their lives. As a volunteer, you will be with hospice patients. Each hospice patient may have individual needs. The family may need a break to run some errands or go to appointments. Or you may need to just be with someone who is in need of a visit or two. This could be an ongoing opportunity or a few days. We are happy to work with your schedule. Olive Branch Hospice & Palliative Care knows how important volunteers are and appreciates your interest in volunteering with our company.

What a Hospice Volunteer Does

Volunteers help hospice organizations provide a high level of patient care. If you’re thinking of volunteering for a local hospice, you may be unsure about what tasks you’ll be asked to do. To help you decide if hospice volunteering is for you, here are a few of the things that you may do as a hospice care volunteer.

  • Patient Care Volunteer
  • Administrative Volunteer
  • Music Volunteer
  • Pet Therapy or Care Volunteer
  • Events
  • Hospice Volunteer Training
Hospice volunteers are truly compassionate people. They generously give their time to patients who are at the ends of their lives. They also help hospice organizations run smoothly by completing administrative tasks. Hospice volunteers play many different roles, and they are an important part of every hospice organization.

If you’re interested in being a volunteer at Olive Branch Hospice, contact us through our online form. We’ll then discuss the role you’re interested in taking on, and we’ll give you an overview on the training that you will need.

About Olive Branch

2302 Parklake Dr. NE. Suite 210 Atlanta, GA 30345
PH:470-395-1000, FAX:470-395-1001

Where to Receive Care

We will not refuse hospice care to a patient determined terminally ill based on race, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation or the inability to pay for the services.

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