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Working for Hospice
Changed My Life.

“I’ve always felt a connection to caring for end-of-life patients. When I got a job at Hospice East Bay, I knew I had landed exactly where I needed to be.”

Courtenay, RN Inpatient Facility

Make a real difference in people’s lives,
including your own:

  • Scheduling flexibility and one-on-one care in patients’ homes
  • Certified as a “Great Place to Work”
  • Quality scores that beat the national average
  • Bruns House: the only inpatient hospice facility in Bay Area
  • Up to 27 days of PTO per year
  • Investing in your future: 403b + 100% employer matching
  • Benefits: 100% paid medical, vision, and dental with HSA account
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Our Cultural Mission

We strive to nurture a culture where inclusion offers a deep sense of pride, passion and belonging. We are unified in our shared commitment to show respect, kindness, and compassion to all.

Our goal is to empower all members of our community in order to remove barriers throughout our organization caused by social injustice, inequality, racial and other trauma. We are invested in developing intentional ways to identify existing barriers, create equity, and grow our understanding and support.

We know sharing diverse experiences creates a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better results.


Pictured: Hospice East Bay’s DEI Committee.

The Hospice East Bay Team
Noga, Veterans Program Manager, pictured with Congresswoman Steel from Los Angeles County, Sheila Clark, President and CEO of CHAPCA, and Judi Lund Person, founder of the Hospice and Palliative Care Advocacy Network that passed the Medicare Hospice Benefit through Congress in 1982. #HEBproud
Recently Deanna and Allison attend the Community Partners vendor fair hosted by Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto. There was over 300 in attendance that included case managers, social workers, nurses, physicians and patients and families. #HEBproud
Healthcare liaisons Seetah and Elizabeth, along with Veterans Program Manager Noga, spent the afternoon yesterday sharing information about hospice care at the Brentwood Senior Resource Fair. #HEBproud #HEBpros
Deanna Bennett and Allison Larking proudly accept a membership plaque from the Dublin Chamber of Commerce. Deanna got the opportunity to present to attendees about Hospice East Bay services such as hospice, palliative care, Bruns House, and our six thrift shoppes. #HEBproud
Healthcare liaisons  Michelle and Allison attended the Alameda Health System Community Health Fair recently. This event was a success with over 200 attendees and many vendors providing important information to the community. #HEBpros #HEBproud
Healthcare liaison Seetah spent the afternoon sharing information about hospice care at the Viamonte 
Assisted Living Facility Annual Wellness Fair today. #HEBproud #HEBpros
Healthcare liaisons Seetah and Allison spent the day sharing information about hospice care with the lovely employees of Brentwood at the City of Brentwood's Annual Employee Benefit, Safety and Wellness Fair. The theme for this year's event was Super Mario Bros! #HEBproud #HEBpros
In honor of National IT Professionals Day, we want to take a moment to acknowledge our team (Issa, Greg, Viktor, and Kurt) for all the work they do that allows our systems to run smoothly on a regular basis. Your hard work is what keeps us going, and we appreciate you. Happy National IT Professional Day! #HEBproud
Healthcare liaisons Seetah and Elizabeth spent Friday afternoon sharing information about hospice care at the Antioch Senior Fair. There were around 150 seniors in attendance and 33 vendors at this event! #HEBproud #HEBpros
Recently our amazing staff attended the “Love our city, Love our seniors" event hosted by City Serve in Pleasanton. This event provided information and resources to seniors in the local community. #HEBpros #HEBproud

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As a community based organization, caring for patients and their families is what we’re all about.

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We are proud to announce that Hospice East Bay has been voted a “Great Place To Work”! The certification process considered more than 1,000 employee surveys from across Hospice East Bay’s locations. Great Place to Work, an independent research and consulting firm, evaluated more than 60 elements of team members’ experience on the job. These included employee pride in the organization’s community impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning.

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