As a member of the Heart of Hospice family, you will play an integral role in helping us transform the end-of-life care continuum in the communities we serve. Make a difference in patients' lives as well as your own career.
Joining the Heart of Hospice family means not only contributing to a dedicated, skilled, and mission-driven team, but also gaining a sense of purpose and satisfaction with your work as you make a difference in patients' lives as well as your own. Our team members receive access to excellent training, innovative technology, competitive benefits, and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow.
At Care at Heart, we value diversity and believe all individuals have the right to be themselves. We meet our patients and our families where they are, irrespective of their beliefs, lifestyle, diagnosis, DNR status, care plan choices, or desire to hold hope. We know that transforming end-of-life care begins by listening to and accepting those who need it. Working with each patient and family allows us to develop individual care plans that carefully integrate their thoughts with ours. Our openness and adaptability mean we are constantly pushing boundaries and eliminating barriers so that all eligible patients can receive the care they need and deserve.
Care at Heart’s advocacy and appreciation for diversity encompass more than just our patients; it includes our employees too. Respecting the decisions our team members make and embracing them for who they are cultivates talent and personal growth, enabling us to better serve our patients, families, partners, and communities. It is our hope that our universal acceptance will empower all to have a voice and encourage them to use it.
Amanda Fuselier, LCSW, BACS, is the Social Work Mentor for Heart of Hospice and has been a member of the Heart of Hospice - Acadiana Louisiana family since 2012. Her colleagues describe her as a conscientious, compassionate, and an ever-resourceful team player with a gentle spirit and a heart for service. Amanda was voted Employee of the Year for Acadiana in 2019. One of her peers shares:
“I nominated Amanda based on her ability to be available for all matters in regards to Heart of Hospice - Acadiana. She is a wealth of knowledge and always has a positive demeanor while working despite the difficult situations that present in a day. I am proud and happy to call her a co-worker.”