Casa de la Luz Hospice

Registered Nurse Case Manager (RN), Full Time

Job ID
Regular Full-Time 40
Shift (Days/Hours)


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Casa de la Luz has been providing Superior Care for over 22 years and has grown to

become the leader in hospice care services in Southern AZ!


Casa de la Luz is also the recipient of The Arizona Daily Star's 2020 Reader Choice Awards for

"Best Hospice Care" and "Best Workplace Culture!"


Come Join our Team of Dedicated Professionals!

Now Hiring for 2 Full Time RN Case Managers


Position is Monday-Friday

*This position offers Competitive Pay, Mileage Reimbursement, PTO, Paid Holidays, and Excellent Full Time Benefits!*



About Casa de la Luz Hospice:


Lynette Jaramillo and Agnes C. Poore formed Casa de la Luz Hospice, LLC, in 1998 to provide sensitivity, care and support for patients and their loved ones in the final phase of life. They wanted to reach far beyond the usual and customary hospice service in Tucson. They built a team of individuals who are committed to guiding patients and their loved ones through the end of life journey with knowledge, compassion, and the highest ethical standards. Casa de la Luz's mission and core values are in the heart of each of its employees. In order to continuously fulfill our mission we seek to recruit caring and compassionate individuals.


By joining the Casa de la Luz family you will have the opportunity to make a great contribution to the hospice community, and you will find your employment at Casa de la Luz Hospice to be a rewarding experience. This year, Casa de la Luz Hospice is celebrating 23 years of providing compassionate and superior care and has established an outstanding reputation within Southern Arizona. Credit for this reputation goes to each individual in the organization. Casa has also been voted as Tucson's Best Place to Work on more than one occasion due to our commitment to our employees. Today, Casa de la Luz Hospice is the largest and one of the most trusted and respected hospices in Southern Arizona. We seek unique talent and energies to contribute to our culture of superior care.


Position Summary:


The Hospice RN Case Manager plans, organizes and directs hospice care and is experienced in nursing, with emphasis on community health education/experience. The professional nurse builds from the resources of the community to plan and direct services to meet the needs of individual and families within their homes and communities.






The RN Case manager is responsible for planning, organizing and directing hospice care. The Case Manager will complete an initial assessment of patient and family to determine hospice needs, provide a complete physical assessment and history of current and previous illnesses, write and initiate Plan of Care, and re-evaluate needs of patient/family/caregiver regularly and revise the Plan of Care as necessary. The Case Manager will administer medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician in the patient's Plan of Care, counsel the patient and family in meeting nursing and related needs, provide health care instructions to the patient as appropriate per assessment and Plan, and assist the patient with the activities of daily living, facilitating the patient's efforts toward self-sufficiency and comfort care. The Case Manager will work in cooperation with the family/caregiver and hospice interdisciplinary team members to meet the needs of the patient/family/caregiver. 


  1. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
  2. Current Arizona RN license and CPR certification.
  3. Current/valid drivers license and automobile insurance that meets the requirements of the State of Arizona.
  4. Recent nursing experience (acute care, home health and/or hospice is PLUS!).
  5. Previous experience using electronic medical records.
  6. Excellent observation, verbal and written communication skills, problem solving skills, basic math skills; nursing skills per competency checklist.
  7. Proficient computer skills.


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