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Heart 'n Home Employee Orientation & Continuing Education


Through modeling and mentoring our passion and purpose for staff, patients and families, and communities served, we aspire to be recognized nationally as the school of hospice promoting excellence in life and end-of-life care.


Employees are important to Heart ‘n Home and are considered our most valuable asset. It is our desire to make your experience at Heart ‘n Home the best it can be by providing excellent orientation and regularly scheduled on-going training and education to help develop employee skills. This promotes continuity, legendary service, and the updated ways to provide patient care.

The minimum amount of initial orientation an employee receives is 120 hours. In most cases this number of training hours is well exceeded, allowing our new hires to feel comfortable and gain expertise within the first 120 days of employment. You will not find a company more committed to excellence than Heart ‘n Home.

Here are a few courses that are part of our employee orientation and education:


Non-Clinical Employees Clinical Employees
Within 30 Days of Hire Within 30 Days of Hire
HIPAA & Patient Confidentillity HIPAA & Patient Confidentillity
Bloodborne Pathogens & Exposure Safety Bloodborne Pathogens & Exposure Safety
Hospice Compliance Hospice Compliance
Hospice 101 Hospice 101
Infection Control
Within 120 Days of Hire Within 120 Days of Hire
Hospice 102 Hospice 102
Communication at End of Life Communication at End of Life
Professional Boundaries Professional Boundaries
Intro to Community Education Care at End of Life
Wounded Warriors (Veterans at End of Life) Pain Management
Intro to Community Education
Hospice Nursing 101
Wounded Warriors (Veterans at End of Life)
Annual Annual
HIPAA & Patient Confidentillity HIPAA & Patient Confidentillity
Bloodborne Pathogens & Exposure Safety Bloodborne Pathogens & Exposure Safety
Hospice Compliance Hospice Compliance
Communication at End of Life Communication at End of Life
Professional Boundaries Professional Boundaries
Infection Control
Pain Assessment
Care at End of Life