We pride ourselves on hiring the best of our community—those with a heart for others and high standards for care given. In return, we strive to offer the best workplace in Casper!
Join the Central Wyoming Hospice Team to experience:
Reports to: Nursing Coordinator
Classification: Non-Exempt when primarily assigned to Hospice Home or
Exempt when assigned to Outpatient Department
Status: Full, Part time or PRN
Provides nursing care to individuals and families based on nursing appraisal and provides case management and coordination of assigned patients.
We pride ourselves on hiring the best in the community--those with a heart for caring and high expectations of the services provided. In return, we strive to offer the best workplace in Casper!
Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions Program Benefits:
I love working here because being able to make someone smile or make them comfortable in the last days of their life has been a very rewarding experience. It is sad sometimes but the hardest part I think is watching a family lose someone they love. I love being able to console them and let them know that everything will be ok. Our patients and their families have truly blessed our lives. The people I work with are phenomenal! We are focused on patient care and in my opinion we have the most compassionate caring people on the planet. We have truly become a family. I could not see myself working anywhere else. --Barb, RN
I chose to apply at hospice because I wanted a rewarding job. Here I'm able to give back for what Hospice did for my family. It's not just a job. We come here and we're family. --Paula, HR
When I was twelve years old, I lost my older sister in a tragic car accident. As a young child I felt lost without her as she was my everything; she was always there for me showing me how to different things, she educated me on life, but most importantly she was my best friend. During my school years, I had several counselors help me grieve the loss of my sister and learn how to live life without her. It is because of these counselors who helped me, I knew I had to help others going through similar situations such as mine. I was asked on a few different occasions to come and work at hospice. I never took the opportunity because I didn't know how I could help others when death was so difficult for me to deal with. Then it finally hit me one day, that the mission of Central Wyoming Hospice, "To companion the end-of-life journey with skill and compassion," is what I have always wanted to do. So I made the leap and joined the hospice team. It is because of that leap and facing my fears that I now know I have made the right decision. I now know and feel that I make a difference not only for my patients but for their families as well. Words cannot describe the feeling when I know that I am able to be next to my patients and families during one of the most difficult times in their lives, and that I have made a difference to them and helped them when they feel they are alone.