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At Hospice of the Piedmont, we’re always looking for passionate, dedicated caregivers who support our mission of positively transforming the way people experience serious illness, dying, and grief.

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A group of CNAs, Chaplains, Nurses, and Social Workers from Hospice of the Piedmont's South Team

Member of Hospice of the Piedmont’s South Team

Why Work at Hospice of the Piedmont?


As a nonprofit hospice, we offer a different kind of work environment. Here are some of the unique benefits of joining our team:


Hospice of the Piedmont is committed to upholding a safe and welcoming culture where every member of our team can be their true selves.

  • Hospice of the Piedmont provides equal opportunities to everyone regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, parental status, national origin, age, disability, medical history or information, political affiliation, military service, or other factors


The majority of our staff is organized in Field Teams (North, South, East, and West) across our service area, serving patients in the place they call home – be it a private residence or a facility. In most cases, this structure enables employees to see patients within the community they live.

We also operate two inpatient facilities that care for patients 24/7. These are:

  • Center for Acute Hospice Care (CAHC) – A hospital-like setting designed for patients with acute needs that require an additional level of care.
  • Hospice House – A residential setting for patients who no longer have a caregiver to provide care at home during the final part of their journey.

Reflections From Hospice of the Piedmont Staff

Katy Strain in blue scrubs smiling in front of blurred out trees and sidewalk

“The most rewarding thing for me is having feedback from patients and their families that what I’m doing is truly making a difference for them.”

Katy Strain,
RN Case Manager, North Team

Molly Brumfield Horner smiling and standing in front of a pond with grass and a sidewalk.

“My favorite part of visiting a new patient’s home is feeling the energy shift from tension and worry to relief and hope. I love when I feel a family finally relax when it sinks in that ‘help is here.'”

Molly Brumfield-Horner,
Clinical Services Manager, North Team

“I take pride in building relationships with patients and families, and helping them prepare for what’s down the road. Sometimes I may be the only person they see that day. I know I’m making a difference in someone’s life.”

Tina Whiting,
Hospice Aide, West Team

Robin Johnson smiling leaning on a railing in front of a blurry tree background

“I get to work where I live. At one point, I had three patients who lived so close to me, I could walk to their homes.”

Robin Johnson,
Social Worker, North Team

Suzette Doran smiling and standing in front of a pond with grass and a sidewalk.

“Since I started working for HOP, there’s no question that I’ve begun to live more. Working here has given me a better appreciation for the time I have left and the people sharing that time with me.”

Suzette Doran,
Hospital Liaison

Patty Gazewood in a pink cardigan with a pink and black top, standing in front of a building with her arms behind her back.

“The most rewarding part of my job is witnessing the abundance of love evident in this world, especially the love exhibited by families as they accompany their loved ones at the end of their lives.”

Patty Gazewood,
Chaplain, Hospice House & CAHC


  • Competitive Wages
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Paid Life Insurance
  • Paid Short- & Long-Term Disability Coverages
  • 403(b) and Roth Retirement Plans with Employer Matching
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • 20 Days Paid Time Off in Your First Year
  • Paid Holidays

If you’re passionate about providing care and want to use your expertise to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our community members, take a look at the open positions. We also invite you to contact us at 434-817-6900 or by email at

See How Our Team of Compassionate Caregivers Makes a Difference in the Lives of Patients and Families

Hospice of the Piedmont, a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, the Hospice Foundation of America, the National Association for Home Care and Hospice, and the Virginia Association for Hospices. We are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care. We admit patients without regard to age, race, religion, political belief, gender, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or ability to pay.

Hospice of the Piedmont is an Equal Opportunity Employer.