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Valeriana Esteves-Jute, D.O.

Barbara Powe, N.P.

Mohamed Noormohideen, M.D.

Glenn Harris, M.D.


Leadership Team
Kim Hammonds, BSN, RN, Executive Director

Bonnita Jacobs, RN, QAPI Director
Aimee Johnson, Director of Finance

Jill Ward, RN, CHPN, Director of Clinical Operations

Angel Adkins, Director of Morrison Manor

Tanya Williams, BSW, Director of Family Support Services
Deon Cranford, III, Director of Public Relations

Nurse Case Manager
Olivia Cummings, RN

Marie George, RN

Robin Laster, RN
Heather Oxendine, BSN, RN
Lisa Shapiro, RN

Missy Smith, RN


Field LPN
Didi Johnson, LPN

Certified Nursing Assistants (Hospice Aides)
Tameka Bailey
Jessica Breeden
Audrey Britt
Sylvia Dial

Brenda Dixon
Vickie Freeman
Celestina Jones

Terry Leviner

Jimmie Marie Smith

On Call and After Hours Nurses
Patty Williams, RN

Morrison Manor Staff
Shekeyla Baker, LPN

Amy Boan, RN
Monique Cayton, RN
Cathy Gilchrist, RN
Jeanne Hardee, RN
Alan Kilton, LPN
Sue Kirby, RN

Patricia Leighton, RN

Lillian Morrison, RN
Hattie Norton, RN
Santanna Oxendine, LPN
Jeff Sheppard, LPN
Chris Whittington, LPN

Tina Williams, RN

Family Support Services
Jamie Haywood, MSW – Social Worker
Garry McMillan – Chaplain
Susan Penderferris, BSW – Social Worker
Pennie Thomas, BSW – Social Worker

Administrative Office Staff
Bunny Hasty – Volunteer Coordinator
Charlotte Hatcher – Administrative Assistant
Sue Ellen Parrish – Office Manager / Medical Records
Connie Thompson – Intake Admissions Coordinator



Volunteering at Scotland Regional Hospice is a great way to lend your time and talents to a worthwhile cause. Whether answering phones in our office, assisting with our annual golf tournament, or spending time with patients and their families, you can make a difference in our community. 

Ways to Volunteer

With 120 volunteers donating more than 7,500 hours annually, the staff at Scotland Regional Hospice considers volunteers to be the "heart" of the organization. Volunteers are involved in every aspect of the program, graciously donating their time and talents. 

  • Fund Raising - Volunteers help with two annual fund raisers: The Tree of Remembrance in December and the Annual Hospice Golf Tournament in the spring. Volunteers donate hundreds of hours to ensure the success of these events every year.
  • Marketing - Volunteers are the most effective members of our marketing team.  Just through simple word of mouth and participation in organizational activities, hospice volunteers shine a positive light on Scotland Regional Hospice by showing their support of our mission to others in the community.  Our volunteers also promote our services by sharing information at health fairs, festivals, senior centers, churches, and other community groups and events.
  • Patient Care Volunteers - Because of the sensitive nature of the work involved, our patient care volunteers must participate in our training program, but completion of the training will open the volunteer up to many meaningful service opportunities.


The training program is designed to give new volunteers a broad view of the mission of Hospice. During the 12-hour program, which is usually offered twice a year, you will learn about the Hospice philosophy of treating both the patient and family. Hospice staff and volunteers cover the following topics:

  • Introduction to Hospice
  • Bereavement and Grief
  • Physiological and Psychological Aspects of Terminal Illness
  • Spiritual Care
  • Volunteers Communication
  • Documentation
  • Confidentiality


Patient Care Volunteers can work in the following areas as members of the Interdisciplinary Team: 

  • Family Support - The patient/family volunteers becomes involved with the daily lives of the family. These volunteers may provide respite, a prepare a snack, or simply "be there" for the patient or caregiver. The simple presence and caring touch of a volunteer can do more for a family than a thousand profound words. This special sharing requires active listening skills. With professional confidentiality, the patient/family volunteer provides support to the family during their loved one's end-of-life journey.
  • Bereavement Services - Bereavement volunteers work with families after the loss of their loved one for up to thirteen months. These individuals provide support to family members through telephone calls, visits, cards and the recognition of special dates. The bereavement volunteer may opt to work at special events such as the Candlelight Memorial Service and Camp Spinoza.
  • Staff Support - Volunteers can help with the daily activities of the office by working at the front desk, copying manuals and handbooks, helping with direct and bulk mailings, typing, acknowledging gifts and record-keeping.

To become a volunteer at Hospice of Scotland County, contact Bunny Hasty, volunteer coordinator, at (910) 276-7176, toll-free (877) 276-7176, or by e-mail at