Posted on June 20, 2019 by Care Dimensions
Care Dimensions Evening Hospice Aide Hillary Fortin brings comfort, compassion, and kindness that can enhance a patient’s quality of life. ...
Posted on June 18, 2019 by Jeanne Puffer, CNA, Hospice Aide
To be a hospice aide, you have to really care about the patient. It also helps that, at Care Dimensions, we have the tools, the time and the education to do what we need to do to deliver great patient care.
My job brings me lots of rewards and appreciation—from my patients, their caregivers, my clinical team members and manager.
Why and How I Became a Hospice Aide
As a child I...
Posted on May 16, 2019 by Janet Zipes
Most cardiac and respiratory patients receiving specialized hospice care from Care Dimensions know Diane Theriault only by her voice, but she is an important part of the interdisciplinary team. ...
Posted on May 6, 2019 by Anastacia Sanderson, BSN, RN, CHPN
Anastacia Sanderson knew at a young age she wanted to be a nurse, but she found her true calling when she discovered hospice nursing. ...
Posted on March 5, 2019 by Lisa Conti
Education benefits such as tuition reimbursement, scholarships, and discounted tuition help Care Dimensions employees attain their academic goals. ...
Posted on December 6, 2018 by Anna Chon, MD
One reason I chose to become a family physician was the opportunity to know my patients as people, to learn from their lives, to discover their values, and to help them achieve their goals. I have since realized that I can best learn about and care for people by helping control their pain and suffering as a hospice and palliative care physician. ...
Posted on November 6, 2018 by Nancy Davan LMT, NCBTMB, ARCB, MMT
It is an emotional, compassionate and sincere opportunity to make a difference for people who need help during a very emotional and delicate time. We touch their hearts as they touch ours. ...
Posted on August 3, 2018 by Cindy Berry, CHPNA
Every workday, I meet hospice patients who are in the final stage of their lives. It’s my goal to make them feel a little less afraid and more like the people they were before they became ill. I make people happy as they near death, and if I can make them laugh, that to me is worth more than money. ...
Posted on July 17, 2018 by Katelyn Lowe, RN
The residency gave me additional classroom and in-the-field training I would need to become a hospice nurse. At first, I was nervous that I didn’t have all the right skills, but my fears were quickly put to rest when I realized that Care Dimensions would teach me all I needed to know to ensure my success. ...
Posted on May 30, 2018 by Kitty Cunningham, RN
You never get a second chance to make a first impression.
As a hospice admissions nurse for Care Dimensions, I know this saying well because I live it every day.
Once someone with advanced illness has called us to explore the hospice option, our admissions team assigns a registered nurse to visit him or her. For my patients, I am the first company representative they meet, so I need to establish a good relationship immediately. ...