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Spiritual Care Counselor / Chaplain – Hospice

Interim HealthCare
March 22, 2017
Greenville, South Carolina

Full-time position to provide hospice home visits to patients.

The Hospice Spiritual Care Counselor works closely with terminally ill patients and their families, the interdisciplinary group and the community to assess needs and intervene appropriately in the aspect of spiritual counseling and support and will visit with patients and their families to discuss any spiritual or religious concern they have.

They may offer prayer, communion, baptism, inspirational readings, or emotional support. The Hospice Spiritual Care Counselor is first and foremost concerned with the spiritual well-being of the patient and their family. The Hospice Spiritual Care Counselor is prepared to meet patients and families wherever they are on their spiritual journey. They understand many faiths and honor their differences. Must be well connected within the local religious community and able to request the assistance of secular professional, such as priests, shamans, pastors, rabbis, and mullahs to meet the unique needs of the patient and family. Hospice chaplains are part of the palliative care team and work closely with Hospice physician, nurses, social worker, and aides.

Full-time position to provide hospice home visits to patients.

The Hospice Spiritual Care Counselor works closely with terminally ill patients and their families, the interdisciplinary group and the community to assess needs and intervene appropriately in the aspect of spiritual counseling and support and will visit with patients and their families to discuss any spiritual or religious concern they have.

They may offer prayer, communion, baptism, inspirational readings, or emotional support. The Hospice Spiritual Care Counselor is first and foremost concerned with the spiritual well-being of the patient and their family. The Hospice Spiritual Care Counselor is prepared to meet patients and families wherever they are on their spiritual journey. They understand many faiths and honor their differences. Must be well connected within the local religious community and able to request the assistance of secular professional, such as priests, shamans, pastors, rabbis, and mullahs to meet the unique needs of the patient and family. Hospice chaplains are part of the palliative care team and work closely with Hospice physician, nurses, social worker, and aides.
April 29, 2017
Contact: Odete Watson at 864-627-7011

Applications are accepted online at www.interimhealthcare.com/Careers.
Odete Watson
8646277011