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Phoenix Home Care and Hospice Hospice Bereavement Coordinator in Wichita, Kansas

Phoenix Home Care and Hospice is adding a Bereavement Coordinator to our Wichita, KS team!

The Bereavement Coordinator contacts family members and caregivers that have been identified as needing bereavement follow up. The Bereavement Coordinator discusses follow up and develops a Bereavement Plan of Care with the bereaved individuals.

If you are compassionate, caring and have a heart for people, Phoenix Home Care and Hospice would love to hear from you.


  • Benefits including Medical, Dental and vision after 60 Days!

  • PTO,

  • 401k

  • Continuing education opportunities

  • Employment recognition programs

  • Great culture!


  • Assist in development, implementation and coordination of the interdisciplinary bereavement plan as it pertains to spiritual care.

  • Provide support in accordance with on-going wishes and needs of the patient/family in accordance with their religious preferences or definition of spirituality.

  • Work in close collaboration with local clergy when desired by the patient.

  • Maintain and submit written clinical records as deemed by the agency, including daily notes.

  • Evaluate the patients and family's response to, and effectiveness of, the spiritual counseling.

  • Confirm, on a weekly basis, the scheduling visits with the patients' Case Managers to facilitate coordination of other staff visits.

  • Participate in IDG and QAPI meetings and activities.

  • Provide spiritual and bereavement support to staff as needed.

  • Assume responsibility for self-development by continually striving to improve his/her Spiritual practice through formal education, attendance at workshops and conferences, active participation in professional and related organizational meetings, and/or individual research and reading.


  • Ordained, commissioned or credentialed according to the practices of an organized religious group and has completed one (1) unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) are preferred but not required.

  • Comfortable in an interfaith setting.

  • Hospice experience, working with death and dying, individuals/family/caregivers is preferred but not required.

We’re taking the journey with you, creating a New Beginning!

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Our mission is to offer New Beginnings and meaningful opportunities to our caregivers and clinicians while providing home care services to our clients built on innovation, skill, and Christ-like values of compassion, honesty, and patience.

At Phoenix Home Care and Hospice, we are committed to fostering a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion in everything we do. We believe that everyone, regardless of their background or identity, deserves respect, equal opportunities, and compassionate care. Our commitment to equity and inclusion is rooted in our core values of innovation, compassion, and patience.