We are looking for professionals who are committed to caring for individuals with life-limiting illnesses and their families in Henderson, Union and Webster counties.  If you are a team player who is interested in providing quality care, support, and education to patients, their families, and our community, St. Anthony’s Hospice would love to talk to you. To begin the conversation apply now.


STATUS: Full-time

The Social Worker, under the general direction of the Social Work Coordinator, is responsible in the provision of supportive services to help meet patient/family social, emotional, and economic needs in relation to the impact of a terminal illness.


  • Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education; or
  • Have baccalaureate in social work from an institution accredited by the Council on Social work Education; or a baccalaureate degree in psychology, sociology, or other field related to social work and is supervised by an MSW; and
  • Have one (1) year of social work experience in the healthcare setting; or
  • Have a baccalaureate degree from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, is employed by the hospice before December 2, 2008, and is not required to be supervised by an MSW
  • Must have current license with the State of Kentucky.

Hospice Care Aide – Lucy Smith King Care Center

STATUS:  PRN Nights (11 p.m. – 7 a.m.)

The Hospice Care Aide is responsible for providing care to home patients in accordance with the patient’s Plan of Care and the direction of the patient’s nurse and/or physician. The Aide completes personal care duties such as bathing, feeding, oral hygiene, hair care, nail care, foot care, dressing/undressing, shaving, reposition, etc. As a homecare Aide, you would preform housekeeping duties that promote the health and safety of the patient such as changing bed linens, checking/stocking supplies, emptying waste baskets, removing dirty linens and towels.

Must be a Certified Nurse Assistant or have previous patient care experience.


The RN is responsible for planning, coordinating, providing and documenting care for terminally ill patients from day of admission through day of discharge.  Utilizing physicians’ orders and professional skills, the Hospice RN develops and implements a hospice Plan of Care that meets the specific needs of the patient and caregiver within the interdisciplinary team in accordance with federal and state regulations as well as St. Anthony’s philosophy, standards and policies

 Nursing experience required, previous hospice experience preferred but not required.