Hospice Nurse

A Hospice Nurse is responsible for caring for patients that are at the end of their lives.  The primary function for a Hospice Nurse is pain management and comfortability of the family during their deeply saddened time.  A Hospice Nurse may or may not work inside of a hospital, but can sometimes provide care inside a patient’s home along with their family.

Education Requirements: ASN, BSN, or RN Diploma

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