Nurse Staffing for Hospice Organizations
Hire a nurse to do in-home visits for your patients.
Clinical Support & Comfort for Your Hospice Patients
NurseRegistry partners with hospice organizations to provide comfort, support, and skilled care to their patients. We have hundreds of nurses on call who are experienced in providing hospice and palliative care to patients of all ages.
Nurses can make in-home visits or cover shifts, according to the direction of the hospice organization. Some of our clients prefer to give a nurse a list of clients, and set them out on home visits for the day. Our staffing solutions are completely flexible to your needs.
Our nurses understand the weight of the responsibility and are committed to providing comfort and preserving dignity during the last months, weeks, and days of life. In addition, our nurses are thoroughly screened, licensed, and insured. We pride ourselves on taking the hassle out of staffing by finding nurses with the skill set to smoothly transition into your workplace and maintain patient care standards.
At NurseRegistry, we also match private duty nurses with clients who have long-term needs. If a family would like more regular nursing visits or overnight respite care, a private nurse can provide supplemental care alongside a hospice organization. No matter what you feel your needs are, we are committed to a peaceful transition for your patient.
NurseRegistry proudly features nurses who are experienced in:
- Around-the-clock medication administration
- Pain and symptom management
- Oxygen administration and breathing treatments
- Wound care
- Diaper and bedding changes
- Bathing and feeding
Call 650-462-1001 to learn more about our flexible staffing options.
Hundreds of facilities count on us to find dependable, reliable nurses.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can nurses work with my hospice organization?
NurseRegistry is able to provide nurses for your patient’s short term or long term care. Our staffing solutions are completely flexible to your organization’s needs. Nurses can provide around the clock services, including but not limited to pain management, medication administration, wound care, oxygen and breathing treatments, and emotional support for the client and their families.
What is the cost of hiring a nursing staff?
The cost of hiring nurses for your organization will depend on the number of nurses needed, the amount of hours worked, and the type of services you require. It will also depend on the nurse’s licensure, experience, and training. Call (866) 916-8773 for a quote, or click here to submit a request and someone will give you a call as soon as possible.
Do you provide nurses in my area?
We currently serve the state of California; from the Bay Area and northern counties to Santa Barbara, LA, Orange County, San Diego and beyond. NurseRegistry will be expanding to Washington in 2023. Call (866) 916-8773 to inquire about nurses in your area.
How fast can nurses be available?
Onboarding times may vary on a case to case basis, but our staffing team is working 24/7 to get you qualified and flexible nurses as soon as possible. In many cases, staffing can be provided within one to two days.
What should I do if I’m not in need of your services now, but might need them in the near future?
NurseRegistry offers its services with no risk and no obligation. You can give us a call or fill out a form here, and our team will contact you to get you set up for when you are ready to proceed. Once you’re set up with us, you can call NurseRegistry as a resource any time and we’ll be able to start looking for nurses right away.
Are your nurses insured?
Yes. Each and every one of our nurses is licensed and insured. In addition, to help ensure the safety and well-being of our clients, we perform a criminal history background check on all of our nurses. To learn more about the requirements for our nurses, click here.
Is there a minimum hours requirement?
Yes, there is a two hour minimum. Scheduling is flexible and can be tailored to meet your needs.