Share your compassion and spirit for service by volunteering with Corinthian Hospice. Volunteers provide a vital service by visiting patients in the end stages of their lives. Volunteers are trained to provide respite, emotional support, companionship and assist with day-to-day activities. Volunteers may read or play music for a patient, or simply provide comfort by being present. We provide comprehensive training to new volunteers to prepare them to visit hospice patients in their home, which may be their house or in a long-term care facility. Volunteers receive ongoing support and training. Corinthian Hospice provides services throughout Los Angeles, San Bernadino, San Fernando and Riverside counties. Volunteer opportunities exist in many cities throughout these counties.
To qualify as a hospice volunteer you must:
- Must be over 18 years of age - Maintain a current drivers license, insurance and reliable transportation - Complete hospice training with Volunteer Coordinator - Submit to health screening and yearly TB tests - Maintain strict confidentiality - Adhere to Corinthian Hospice policies and procedures for volunteers - Pass background investigation - Timely complete and submit volunteer service records to Volunteer Coordinator