Park Nicollet in need of Lifeline installers
Park Nicollet Health Services is in need of Lifeline installers to provide in-home set-up and testing of Lifeline equipment. Lifeline helps individuals live independently, safely and comfortably in their own home.
Lifeline installers will be asked to provide in-home set-up and testing of the Lifeline equipment, educates subscribers and family on using the Lifeline service and make occasional in-home maintenance visits.
Lifeline is a personal response service for people to use at home. Subscribers to the service wear a light, waterproof "Personal Help Button" that, when pressed, sends a signal to the Lifeline Response Center, staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Park Nicollet offers flexible scheduling and mileage reimbursement for Lifeline volunteers. Methodist Hospital staff will provide training. Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer should contact Methodist Hospital Lifeline Program Manager Gwen Havel at 952-993-6474.