It is not what we do, but who we are. Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro (HPCG) is defined by our core values of accountability, communication and collaboration. It is demonstrated in every interaction that we have with one another and what we seek in potential candidates. At HPCG, we believe our leadership in end-of-life care will not be judged by our organization’s size or years of service, but by who we are when you need us. As we continue to grow as an organization, it has become increasingly important to clearly define the organizational standard from which we develop our culture and our patient care philosophy. These three values guide every aspect of our work, both internally and externally, and impact how we deliver the best end-of-life care in our community.
Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro enhances quality of life by providing expert interdisciplinary care, consultation, support and education for those affected by serious illness, death or grief.
Our vision is to be the leading community resource for addressing issues of serious illness, death and grief.
No one should die alone.
No one should die in pain.
No one should die without hope.
We demonstrate personal and professional ownership of our results by positively and enthusiastically supporting departmental and organizational goals for quality, service and financial outcomes.
We engage in communication that is honest, respectful and direct. We will encourage open discussion and healthy debate and all communication will be guided by the highest moral and ethical standards.
We promote collaborative relationships/partnerships with colleagues: internally (within team, workgroup or department) and externally (throughout HPCG and our community) through cooperation, active listening and teamwork.