PeaceHealth Hospice Volunteering


Volunteer with PeaceHealth Hospice Department. There are two types of volunteering available, Office Support and Patient care call.

Office Support Volunteers

  • volunteers assemble notebook

  • file

  • assist with data entry and monthly mailings

  • and participate with other department-specific projects

Patient Care Call Volunteers

  • volunteers call patients weekly to provide support when other caregiving team members are not visiting that day

Program Sponsor

PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center

Last Updated

02/11/2022 12:15 pm


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