SC Hospice & PC Providers

Lutheran Hospice

As part of Lutheran Homes of South Carolina’s continuum of care, Lutheran Hospice is a non-profit, ministry-based program serving people of all faiths and beliefs since 1995. Serving the Midlands, Lowcountry, and Upstate, our tenured staff has more than 300 years of combined service. Local ownership and management also make a difference. Our staff lives and works in their community offering support to patients and their caregivers. Most of all, for those we touch, our work is not simply a job, it is a calling.

Interested candidates may apply online, or email resumé to Jobs@lutheranhospice.org.

Community Outreach Director - Midlands Office
Lutheran Hospice is growing! We are currently recruiting for a full-time Community Outreach Director for our Midlands Office. Responsibilities include promoting Lutheran Hospice in the local community by developing relationships with area organizations that will result in referrals to the program.

Qualifications: Must possess a college degree with experience in sales, marketing, hospice, health care, or public relations

Posted: 7/24/17

Beacon Hospice

Beacon Hospice is a growing agency located in the Low Country of South Carolina with offices in Mt. Pleasant/Charleston and Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach. The company has a sister agency in the Midlands and Upstate and is effectively able to provide hospice services across South Carolina. Beacon is well funded and excited about its prospect of continuing to provide exceptional services to patients, their families, and facilities in South Carolina.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Regena Arehart.

Patient Care Manager - Mount Pleasant
The position of Patient Care Manager in the Mount Pleasant office has just become available; the position reports to the Program Director.

Qualifications:
  • Experienced registered nurse (RN) with acute, post-acute and/or long-term nursing care experience, ideally with hospice care experience.
  • Experience caring for patients in a facility and/or home setting.
  • Previous experience in managing other care team individuals for at least two (2) years.
  • Self-starter and able to work independently without direct supervision.
  • Responsibilities and Requirements:
  • To provide leadership, management, and clinical guidance to our Interdisciplinary Teams (IDTs), as well as foster Beacon’s culture of transparency, professionalism and excellence in all aspects of patient care.
  • Serve as the bridge between our care team members, compliance organization, operations, and market-facing professionals.
  • Create a positive and open culture that respects the care team members’ various contributions.
  • Able to sit for long periods of time, lift up to 50 pounds, and also stoop and bend.
  • Duties: The Patient Care Manager (PCM) shall be responsible for the day-to-day management of the care team members, including but not limited to:
  • Coordinate with administrative staff to ensure Beacon continues to remain in compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation.
  • Interact with Corporate Compliance Nurses to distribute training and monitor compliance efforts.
  • Schedule and facilitate IDT meetings and staff.
  • Work with Community Liaisons to gather information and qualify potential patients using Medicare guidelines and sound clinical judgement.
  • Work with administrative staff, as well as Nurse Case Managers, to manage costs of medications, DME and medical supplies.
  • Employ qualified personnel and ensuring adequate employee orientation, training and in-services, education and evaluation
  • Coordinate branch QAPI activities
  • Ensure the accuracy and completeness of patient records
  • Maintain compliance with applicable laws and regulations and implementing corrective action in response to reports of hospice program committees and regulatory agencies
  • Implement the policies and procedures approved by the governing body
  • Determine staffing needs and staffing patterns according to program requirements and standards
  • Supervise and evaluate Registered Nurses (Case Managers), Aides, Social Workers and Chaplains
  • Provide direct patient care, as needed
  • Review and approve bi-weekly payroll
  • Posted: 6/26/17

    Patient Care Manager - Hilton Head Area
    The position of Patient Care Manager in the new Hilton Head office reports to the Program Director.

    Qualifications:
  • Experienced registered nurse (RN) with acute, post-acute and/or long-term nursing care experience, ideally with hospice care experience.
  • Experience caring for patients in a facility and/or home setting.
  • Previous experience in managing other care team individuals for at least two (2) years.
  • Self-starter and able to work independently without direct supervision.
  • Responsibilities and Requirements:
  • To provide leadership, management, and clinical guidance to our Interdisciplinary Teams (IDTs), as well as foster Beacon’s culture of transparency, professionalism and excellence in all aspects of patient care.
  • Serve as the bridge between our care team members, compliance organization, operations, and market-facing professionals.
  • Create a positive and open culture that respects the care team members’ various contributions.
  • Able to sit for long periods of time, lift up to 50 pounds, and also stoop and bend.
  • Duties: The Patient Care Manager (PCM) shall be responsible for the day-to-day management of the care team members, including but not limited to:
  • Coordinate with administrative staff to ensure Beacon continues to remain in compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation.
  • Interact with Corporate Compliance Nurses to distribute training and monitor compliance efforts.
  • Schedule and facilitate IDT meetings and staff.
  • Work with Community Liaisons to gather information and qualify potential patients using Medicare guidelines and sound clinical judgement.
  • Work with administrative staff, as well as Nurse Case Managers, to manage costs of medications, DME and medical supplies.
  • Employ qualified personnel and ensuring adequate employee orientation, training and in-services, education and evaluation
  • Coordinate branch QAPI activities
  • Ensure the accuracy and completeness of patient records
  • Maintain compliance with applicable laws and regulations and implementing corrective action in response to reports of hospice program committees and regulatory agencies
  • Implement the policies and procedures approved by the governing body
  • Determine staffing needs and staffing patterns according to program requirements and standards
  • Supervise and evaluate Registered Nurses (Case Managers), Aides, Social Workers and Chaplains
  • Provide direct patient care, as needed
  • Review and approve bi-weekly payroll
  • Posted: 5/17/17

    Blue Ridge Hospice

    Blue Ridge Hospice is a growing agency located in South Carolina with offices in Columbia, Sumter, Greenville and Spartanburg and is effectively able to provide hospice services across South Carolina. Additionally, we provide care through the Low Country and Coast via our Beacon Hospice agency. Blue Ridge is well funded and excited about its prospect of continuing to provide exceptional services to patients, their families, and facilities in South Carolina.agency. We continue to grow our service team in an effort to serve an even larger population of the state.

    Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Regena Arehart.

    Registered Nurse - Full-time, Blue Ridge Hospice, Sumter
    Duties:
  • Promotes positive, harmonious work environment that fosters team concept and the Blue Ridge Hospice philosophy
  • Provides for the personal, physical, emotional, spiritual, and social needs of the patient and family unit
  • Facilitates patient care activities by providing advice, support, and assistance to the IDT members as needed
  • Responsible for ongoing patient/family evaluation and assessment
  • Supervises LPNs and Hospice Aides
  • Competently performs all nursing skills required by position
  • Conducts comprehensive assessments of patients at least weekly and PRN
  • Develops and maintains a written care plan for each patient and updates as needed and with re-certifications
  • Maintains complete, accurate, and up to date medical records. Documents all contacts with patient and family unit and has documentation in office per policy
  • Participates in biweekly IDT meetings
  • Communicates on a regular basis to IDT members the current status of the patient/family unit
  • Collaborates with the IDT members to ensure the best care for the patient/family unit according to the Blue Ridge Hospice philosophy of care
  • Develops plan of care for hospice aides and performs aide supervision per policy
  • Coordinates LPN assignments and supervises LPN per policy
  • Notifies Clinical Director or designee daily of all changes in patient status, including hospitalizations, revocations, discharges, and deaths
  • Performs family education visits as assigned and determines if patient is hospice appropriate per established criteria
  • Makes visits to hospice patients within the branch service area to provide quality nursing care including assessment, clinical care, instruction, and support to patient/family unit from admission through the dying process to death or discharge
  • Communicates with attending physicians and BRH Medical Director as needed
  • Assumes on call responsibilities and responds expeditiously
  • Perform other job-related activities as assigned
  • Qualifications and Education Requirements:
  • Current SC License as Registered Nurse in good standing
  • Previous home health, hospice, or comparable setting experience
  • Ability to work without direct supervision
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Posted: 6/22/17

    LMSW - Full-time, Blue Ridge Hospice, Columbia
    Responsibilities:
  • Provide hospice education about available hospice services and expectations to patients, families and community.
  • Research and obtain necessary community resources to meet patient, family and/or caregivers needs.
  • Complete initial and ongoing social worker assessments on hospice patients, families and caregivers.
  • Develop and update social worker treatment plan for guiding social worker in working with the patient and/or family or caregivers.
  • Provide routine and PRN visits to patients and or family or caregivers in private residences, skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities, residential group homes, and/or hospitals.
  • Provide the following: ongoing assessments (including preparatory bereavement assessments), support, active listening, problem solving, conflict resolution, crisis management, individual and family counseling, anticipatory grief counseling, bereavement counseling as directed by the Bereavement Coordinator, financial counseling, education and assistance with Advance Care Planning, education and assistance with DNR status, assistance with funeral arrangements, assistance with community referrals and minimum of monthly caregiver phone calls.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork accurately, neatly and in a timely fashion.
  • Communicate regularly with other hospice team members to provide patient updates, patient needs and/or concerns and to assist in developing an interdisciplinary plan for working effectively with the patient and/or family.
  • Make chaplain, volunteer and referrals for patients and/or families whom request such services and continue to educate and re-assess patients/ families for these services.
  • Communicate with and involve the bereavement coordinator in preparatory bereavement assessments for patient, family and/caregiver(s).
  • Communicate all patient updates and status changes to the Volunteer Coordinator in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Attend funerals/visitations and make bereavement contacts as directed by the bereavement coordinator.
  • Maintain a continued sensitivity and awareness to issues of diversity such as, but not limited to cultural, sexual, age, economic status and lifestyle, and maintain a working knowledge of the hospice model of care.
  • Assume responsibility for discovering professional development opportunities to include Continuing Education Units, maintaining LMSW in good standing.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of public and private community resources and the standards and regulation that govern them.
  • Requirements:
  • Master's degree
  • One year’s experience as an LMSW
  • One year’s experience in Hospice
  • Licensed or certified in Social Work
  • Posted: 6/9/17

    Wren Hospice

    Wren Hospice is a locally owned and operated hospice provider. Our office is located in Greer, SC. We service 7 counties in the South Carolina upstate.

    Interested candidates should submit their resumes to Heather Burton.

    Fulltime Medical Social Worker
    Wren Hospice seeks a fulltime medical social worker with a master's degree.

    Responsibilities:
  • Assess the psychosocial status of patients and families/caregivers related to the patient’s terminal illness and environment and communicate findings to the RN and other members of the interdisciplinary group.
  • Carry out social evaluations and plan interventions based on findings. Counsel patient and family/caregivers as needed in relationship to stress and other identified coping difficulties.
  • Maintain clinical records on all patients referred to social work.
  • Provide information and referral services for organization’s patients and families/caregivers regarding practical and environmental needs.
  • Provide information to patients and families/caregivers and community agencies.
  • Serve as liaison between patients and families/caregivers and community agencies.
  • Maintain collaborative relationships with organization personnel to support patient care.
  • Participate in the development of the Plan of Care and attend regularly scheduled IDG meetings.
  • Assist physician and other team members in understanding significant social and emotional factors related to health problems and death/dying issues.
  • Participate in discharge planning when needed.
  • Assist patient and family/caregivers with securing durable power of attorney and with funeral arrangements, as needed.
  • Assume other duties as delegated by the Clinical Supervisor.
  • Qualifications:
  • Graduate of a master’s program in social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
  • Minimum of one year’s experience in health care.
  • Hospice experience preferred. Understands hospice philosophy and issues around death and dying.
  • Demonstrates good verbal and written communication, as well as good organizational skills.
  • Possesses and maintains current CPR Certification.
  • Posted: 6/20/17

    Agapé Hospice

    Agapé Hospice’s mission is to provide comprehensive end-of-life care to individuals and their families in a compassionate, faith-based, and dignified environment. For more information about our positions and about Agapé Hospice, please visit Agapé Hospice. Qualified applicants may send resumes to Betsy Sippel.
    Registered Nurses – Hilton Head, Aiken, Columbia
    Are you a Registered Nurse with critical care, emergency room, home health or hospice experience? If so, then we want to talk with you. Agapé Hospice is seeking highly motivated, compassionate and energetic RN’s for available full-time, part-time, and PRN positions. Make a difference every day to patients and families coping with end of life illness in creating an atmosphere of excellence in care.

    Agape Hospice offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

    Posted: 6/20/17

    Senior Solutions Advisors – Charleston and Hilton Head
    Agape is looking for an experienced marketing person to work with our Hospice team. The candidate will be responsible for interaction with referral sources and the community provider network to educate about all Agape Hospice services, generate referrals, build and maintain relationships, establish a professional presence and enhance the image of Agape.

    Agape Hospice offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

    Posted: 6/20/17

    Spiritual Care Coordinator – Hilton Head
    Agape Hospice is seeking a Spiritual Care Coordinator who will be responsible for the provision of spiritual care services to patients and families/caregivers of Agape Hospice, either directly or through coordination of care with other spiritual counselors.

    Agape Hospice offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

    Posted: 6/20/17

    Hospice of Rutherford dba Hospice of the Carolina Foothills

    Hospice of Rutherford dba Hospice of the Carolina Foothills provides state-of-the-art hospice care, palliative care and grief counseling for patients and their families in Rutherford, Polk and McDowell counties in NC and Cherokee, Greenville and Spartanburg counties in SC. The non-profit operates the 18-suite SECU Hospice Inpatient Unit in Forest City, NC and the 12-bed Smith Phayer Inpatient Unit in Landrum, SC. The organization has served patients for more than three decades.

    Interested applicants should email their resumé to hr@hospiceofrutherford.org, or apply online.

    NURSE PRACTITIONER
    This is a full-time position Monday-Friday. Duties include providing assessment and follow up supportive care to patients facing life threatening illness and their families. Excellent benefits and salary based on experience.

    Posted: 5/24/17

    Hospice of the Upstate

    Hospice of the Upstate is a not-for-profit, community-based organization with a 32-bed in-patient facility, and our vast array of services allows us to stand out from other hospices. We have been caring for terminally ill patients and their families since 1988. Our priority is to provide the highest quality end-of-life care and to do that regardless of ability to pay. We were founded by community leaders to serve a community need. Today, Hospice of the Upstate serves over 1000 families each year in Upstate South Carolina through our homecare program and at the Rainey Hospice House.

    For confidential consideration please email cover letter and resume to Robyn Ezzell.

    Chief Executive Officer
    A brief profile summary can be found below. Click here for a complete CEO Profile.

    Responsibilities:

  • Overall management of all aspects of Hospice of the Upstate supporting its mission, purposes, and vision;
  • Serves as a liaison among the Board, employees, partners, and the community; and
  • The organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.
  • Reports to: Hospice of the Upstate Board of Directors

    Directly Supervises:

  • Chief Financial Officer,
  • Senior Manager of Marketing and Outreach,
  • Marketing Liaison Manager,
  • Business Operations Coordinator,
  • Medical Director,
  • Director of Clinical Services,
  • Pharmacy Manager,
  • HR Manager,
  • Maintenance Coordinator, and
  • Dietary Manager
  • Posted: 5/15/17

    Hospice Care of the Lowcountry

    Hospice Care of the Lowcountry is an independent, community-based, non-profit organization serving the Lowcountry for more than 30 years. It is based out of Bluffton, SC, and provides care in Hilton Head, Beaufort, & Bluffton, as well parts of Jasper & Hampton counties.
    FT Registered Nurse Case Manager
    This is an hourly position for an RN to work M-F, 0830-1700. The person must be able to work unsupervised, be reliable and organized, and have dependable transportation.

    Previous hospice experience is preferred but not required. Requirements include pre-employment background check and drug screen.

    Please email resumé to Heather Thornburg , fax resumé to 843-706-4095, or call 843-706-2296.

    Posted: 4/4/17

    PRN Registered Nurse
    This is an hourly position for an RN to work in a supporting role with our FT case managers and dedicated weekend & evening staff. Must be willing to assist with holidays; and must be able to work unsupervised, be reliable and organized, and have dependable transportation.

    Previous hospice experience is preferred but not required. Requirements include pre-employment background check and drug screen.

    Please email resumé to Heather Thornburg , fax resumé to 843-706-4095, or call 843-706-2296.

    Posted: 4/4/17

    Part-Time Grant Writer
    Compensation is based on experience.

    Please contact Jenny Brasington at 843-706-2296, or fax resumé and letter of interest to 843-706-4095.

    Posted: 4/4/17

    Hospice of Laurens County

    Keep Our Promises. That’s what we do at Hospice of Laurens County. Our promise is to provide the absolute best end of life care -- where it is needed and when it is needed. We are a local not for profit hospice serving Laurens, Union, Newberry, Saluda, Abbeville, Greenwood, Greenville and Spartanburg counties since 1987.

    In its newly formed partnership with Hospice & Palliative Care Palmetto Region, we are pleased to announce the following job openings in Clinton, SC

    Regional Director
    This position is responsible for oversight and direction of the designated regional office of Hospice & Palliative Care Palmetto Region.

    Click here for a complete job description and qualifications.

    



    Posted: 12/19/16

    PRN Hospice House Nurse
    This position is responsible for providing nursing services and education within the scope of practice as set forth by the SC Board of Nursing to individuals and their families in our Hospice House.

    Click here for a complete job description and qualifications.

    



    Posted: 12/19/16

    PRN Hospice House Nursing Assistant
    This position is responsible for the provision of personal care for the patients in our Hospice House.

    Click here for a complete job description and qualifications.

    



    Posted: 12/19/16

    Heartstrings Hospice

    Heartstrings Hospice is a growing and locally-owned hospice and we are looking for nurses to join our team. Patient focused and team oriented approach to hospice care.
    Registered Nurses
    We are currently seeking fulltime RN Case Managers. Hospice experience is preferred but not required.

    Please call Mike Gutshall or Natasha Shaw at 803-699-3233 for an interview or fax resumé to 803-419-5488.

    Posted: 12/1/16

    Palmetto Health Hospice

    Hospice RN - Columbia SC
    Job Summary: This job assesses, develops, implements and evaluates nursing care for assigned patients. Responsible for coordinating with other disciplines and agencies involved with patient's care. All team members are expected to be knowledgeable and compliant with Palmetto Health's values of compassion, dignity, excellence, integrity and teamwork.

    Requirements:

  • Education: Associate's degree or higher in nursing
  • Experience: Minimum one year experience as a registered nurse Preferably medical surgical
  • Licensure, registry or certification required: Registered nursing license in South Carolina. Valid South Carolina driver's license, an acceptable three-year motor vehicle record as defined by the Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Chart and a certificate of auto insurance. BLS or BCLS required.
  • Special Training: Driving is required for this position using the employee's personally owned vehicle. Employee must have reliable transportation and will be expected to adhere to the Palmetto Health Driver Safety Policy and specific department driving policies. Employee must pass driver training.
  • Please reach out to Cheryl A. Perez, Nurse Recruiter, at 803-978-7045 or cheryl.perez@palmettohealth.org .

    



    Posted: 09/26/16