Hospice Providers Work to Boost Staff Morale Amid Pandemic Pressures

Hospice providers are always facing staffing concerns and looking for ways to increase and retain staff.  During this COVID-19 pandemic, hospices are finding ways to boost their staff morale and thank them for being on the front line of this virus.

“North Carolina-based Hospice of Davidson County recently implemented a Hospice Heroes campaign to show appreciation for workers putting themselves at consistent risk of COVID-19 infection while providing end-of-life care to patients. The campaign features an online form to leave messages of gratitude as an encouragement for their staff members. To further emphasize the campaign’s staff appreciation efforts, the provider hung a banner at their 12-bed inpatient care unit, the Henry Etta & Bruce Hinkle Hospice House.”

Other hospice providers are joining suit, celebrating their staff by providing free meals, notes of gratitude, phone calls just to check in or newsletters highlighting their staff.

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