From social work to religious guidance, we have a need for all kinds of professionals.
Put your nursing skills to the test as a hospice care manager! With special training in dealing with terminally ill patients, these dedicated nurses work closely with doctors to make patients as comfortable and respected as possible.
LPNs are a vital part of the Serenity care team, handling many key day to day tasks, like feeding, bathing, and injections. They also spend time getting to know patients, taking notes, and documenting prognosis.
Certified Nurses Aid
CNAs work hands on with patients to make a difference in daily comfort. From feeding to bathing, cleaning, moving, and monitoring vital signs, our CNAs work under our other medical professionals to provide a high level of care to each and every patient.
For many people, prayer and religious practice are very important in their final days and we seek to honor that. As a non-denominational spiritual support person, our chaplains are active in prayer and worship to help support patients in the ways that mean most.
As a social worker at Serenity, you have the opportunity to ease pain and provide comfort to those who need it most. Our social workers are trained in dealing with end-of-life care, providing support to patients, family and friends who are handling a difficult situation.