If you are looking for a meaningful way to help others in our community...
Consider becoming a volunteer. Women and Children’s Hospital offers many opportunities to channel your talents by providing special services to patients and visitors.
Each volunteer makes a unique contribution to Women and Children’s Hospital by offering their time, intellect, energy and skills. Volunteers provide extra services which supplement the basic functions of our professional staff, adding to the comfort, care, and happiness of our patients and making their stay as pleasant as possible.
Volunteer assignments at Women and Children’s Hospital are made on an individual basis, taking into consideration the hospital's needs and the volunteer's goals. Many volunteers welcome the opportunity to apply their talents in fields different from their work experience. Our program is flexible, so a niche can be found appropriate to each volunteer's interest.
Volunteers man the information desk informing visitors of patient room numbers, locations of various offices, etc.
Mail & Flower Delivery
Volunteers bring good cheer to patients by delivering mail and flowers.
Volunteers assist with preparation in examination rooms by keeping stretchers clean and freshly made, restocking linens as well as supplies for each room, picking up supplies from other departments as needed, assisting in transport of patient to other departments and assisting the secretaries with general office duties.
Volunteers have played an important role at Women and Children’s Hospital since our program was established in 1984, contributing thousands of hours of service to our patients and visitors. They continue to graciously give their time to enhance the services provided at Women and Children’s Hospital.
Volunteers receive special recognition throughout the year for their service to the hospital. Most volunteers, however, are also rewarded by the inner satisfaction that comes from helping others.
If you are interested in an opportunity to help others, consider volunteering. For more information, please contact:
Women and Children’s Hospital