Palliative Patient Care Services Director

An East Bay Hospice and Palliative Care Center is now hiring a compassionate Patient Care Services Director.

This rewarding role offers the Patient Care Services Director the chance to be a positive force and open up advancement of quality home health and palliative hospice care in the local communities. The Patient Care Services Director works collaboratively with the Clinical Supervisor in maintaining excellent care in accordance with standards and policies. The Patient Care Services Director oversees patient coordination and management ensuring and delivering the highest quality care to patients during their end of life.  They will model the highest caliber of family and patient centered care understanding the unique nursing needs of this population. 

The Hospice and Palliative Care Center offers meaningful 24/7 care for the patient and the family throughout the end of life. Medical care for any diagnosis of advanced illness includes specialized programs for cardiac, respiratory, dementia, veterans, Jewish community, developmentally disabled, medication, equipment and service coordination, pain and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support, caregiver education, complementary therapies, and grief support.

Services are provided in a variety of settings including home, assisted living, inpatient facilities, and skilled nursing facilities. The Patient Care Service Director maintains collaboration between the hospice team and attending physician and ensures a comprehensive approach to symptom and pain management. 

The East Bay of California offers the Patient Care Service Director a high quality of life. On your days off, there are some of the very best dining experiences, wine tasting, culture, arts, community involvement, and shopping and leisure. Outdoor activities and adventurous hiking trails are nestled in pockets of the community also.

This Patient Care Services Director is offered a competitive compensation package and the opportunity to make a difference in the quality of compassionate and palliative care!