Hospital volunteers are people who donate their time, skills and talents to support the work of the hospital staff. Volunteers either work on the front lines of the hospital - greeting patients and visitors and providing a friendly face to people who are often facing a stressful situation - or behind the scenes, sorting mail or working on special projects.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, call the Volunteer Services Office to schedule an appointment with the supervisor. In this meeting, you will be asked about your interest, skills, availability and reason for wanting to become a volunteer.
Volunteer positions are open to people of all ages, and there is a junior volunteer program for those ages 13 to 18.
Hospice of volunteers provide friendship and emotional support to a terminally ill Hospice patient and his or her family. You are a friend and an advocate.
Often patients just need someone to listen.
Volunteers draw support from the Hospice director and a multidisciplinary team, including physicians, nurses, social service workers and ministers. Volunteers also meet twice a month with each other.
Currently volunteers are needed for several areas, including clerical assistance and bereavement counseling. Volunteers are thoroughly trained in a four-week program each September that covers a wide range of subjects, from the Hospice philosophy to the stages of dying to family dynamics and bereavement.
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