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Cooley Dickinson VNA & Hospice offers a supportive work environment that values creativity, innovation, and customized care that puts our patients at the center. We are expanding to meet the needs of an aging population. If you are interested in joining our diverse team of professionals providing home health care in the Hampshire and Franklin County area, we would be interested in speaking with you!


Our team includes:
  • Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Home Health Aides
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
  • Grief and Spiritual Counselors
  • Social Workers

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Interested in being considered for future openings? Share your information with us today, and we will be in touch at a time that is convenient for you, or contact VNA & Hospice Recruiter Sam Blasiak at sblasiak@cooleydickinson.org or 413-582-2142.


Cooley Dickinson Health Care is committed to Diversity Equity and Inclusion. We embrace diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, and encourage people of color, veterans, people with disabilities, LGBTQ candidates, and people from other underrepresented groups to apply.

Working for Cooley Dickinson VNA & Hospice: Employees Tell Their Stories

  • Darcy

    Occupational Therapist Darcy Weller talks about working for Cooley Dickinson Rehabilitation Services.

    Hear Darcy's Story
  • Carissa

    Cooley Dickinson VNA & Hospice nurse Carissa Jones describes working for the organization.

    Hear Carissa's Story
  • Priscilla

    A conversation with Cooley Dickinson VNA & Hospice Executive Director Priscilla Ross on what the organization does, and what it’s like to work here.

    Hear Priscilla's Story

Hospice Nurse Charlene: Listening is My Best Skill

Being a Hospice Nurse is a formidable job. In an emotional sense, caring for someone every day who is nearing the end of their life can be incredibly challenging, but also incredibly rewarding. Hopsice RN Charlene Vinton says that one of the most important things you can do is listen:

“Sometimes people just need you to hear – you know, just a shoulder, and someone to listen to what they’ve been through, the road that they’ve traveled… it’s often not even what you do, it’s just being there and listening.”

Charlene also confirms the importance of compassionate care when working in Hospice:

“I just really enjoy helping people, helping them in this really sensitive, hard time in their life. It’s a wonderful thing.”

Hear Charlene in her own voice in this VNA & Hospice VIDEO

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