Employees are Valued at Hospice of the Northwest
The culture at Hospice of the Northwest, and our team approach, are what separates us from the pack. We prioritize integrity, dignity, and respect at all levels of the organization. We boldly embrace feedback and value opportunities to continuously improve.
Clinicians and service providers are supported by an interdisciplinary team, where each individual’s perspective is solicited, considered, and valued. We are focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion, recognizing there are innumerable experiences that create each of us. We do not just seek employees, we look for individuals who deeply believe in our Mission, Vision, and Values and bring curiosity, humility, and excellence to their work every day.
Careers that improve quality of life
Hospice care is a unique service focused on quality of life at the end of life. We use a holistic approach focused on the patient’s needs and goals. Our interdisciplinary teams include board-certified physicians, nurses, social workers, spiritual counselors, hospice care aides, integrative therapists, volunteers, and more. We meet patients where they are and walk with them through this journey, letting each patient and their circles of support decide what is most important. When you join Hospice of the Northwest, you make a difference for patients and their circles of support.
Living in Northwest Washington
Hospice of the Northwest serves patients in Island, San Juan, Skagit, and Snohomish counties.
Living in northwest Washington offers scenic views and activities for every lifestyle. Our region, located just north of Seattle, experiences a relatively mild climate with quick access to the ocean, rivers, mountains, and more. Residents can choose to live in urban areas, small towns, or rural communities. If you like beaches or bike trails, skiing, or sipping wine, northwest Washington has it all!
Clinicians Travel to Provide Patient Care
Patients receive care wherever they call home; whether that is in their residence, at a senior living facility, in a loved one’s home, or anywhere in between.
Without a physical clinic or “Hospice House,” Hospice of the Northwest clinicians travel to the patient’s home to provide high-quality, compassionate hospice care where they live. This means that most clinical positions with Hospice of the Northwest include regional travel, thought the Pacific Northwest.
Cici Maestas, Hospice Nurse, talks about why she works at Hospice of the Northwest
Our Incredible Team Members
Hospice Welcomes New Bereavement Counselor
Hospice of the Northwest is excited to welcome Allie Brooks as our new Bereavement Counselor. Hospice provides individual and grief counseling, not only for people who had a loved one on our service, but for members of the community who are experiencing any type of...
Service Spotlight: Pet Peace of Mind
At Hospice of the Northwest, we know pets are part of the family. They are also a special source of comfort and love for people facing a life-limiting illness. However, it can be difficult for hospice patients to care for their pets. That's why Hospice of the...
Hospice Welcomes New Clinical Liaison
Hospice of the Northwest is excited to welcome Katie McDougall as the new Clinical Liaison. In this recently-created position, Katie will be cultivating positive relationships with referral sources across Hospice’s four-county service area. She will work with...