Memorial Hospital volunteers are a diverse group of retirees, students and professionals with one thing in common: each has chosen to do something meaningful with their time.
Volunteer to explore the world of healthcare, to stay active, or to get involved in your community. Whatever the reason, you will find volunteering in patient or non-patient areas to be a rewarding experience.
NEW OPPORTUNITY (Listed September 2013)
Volunteer Project Coordinator
Volunteer will be responsible for assembly and delivery of several patient packets. Responsibilities include keeping inventory by ordering forms/ folders and making copies, some assembly may be required. Ideal candidate will be detail oriented, able to lift 5 pounds, able to walk and push a cart to pick up and deliver packets and pieces. Position days are flexible however, availability two afternoons per week are preferred.
For more information call (401) 729-2325
Volunteer Opportunities at Memorial HospitalCentral Transportation
Volunteer will help deliver papers, mail and flowers. This position also involves running errand to the lab, pharmacy, and various departments throughout the hospital. Some wheelchair patient transport is possible. Volunteer must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time. It is important that candidates are able to follow directions and have good communication and people skills. Thursday & Friday morning or Wednesday and Friday afternoon positions available.Gift Shop
Are you looking for, or do you have, retail experience? Our gift shop needs volunteers to assist customers, ring-up sales and help maintain a clean and welcoming store. Monday and Friday afternoon positions available.Emergency Department Reception
As an E.D. Receptionist your main responsibility is to greet, assist and direct patients and visitors entering the Emergency Department. Opportunities available Tuesday and Friday mornings or afternoons, weekend openings are available as well.Cancer Center
The Cancer Center is looking for someone to help with clerical taks. Tasks may include filing, shredding and collating. The ideal volunteer will be organized and detail oriented. Volunteer must be able to stand, bend and walk for long periods of time. Opportunities for Tuesday, and/or Friday mornings.Pediatrics
This position may involve pulling charts, answering the phone, filing and other general office duties. Volunteer must be detail oriented and enjoy working in a fast paced environment. Openings available Monday afternoon, Tuesday and Thursday mornings.Packet Assembly
Assist our hospital by volunteering a couple of hours a week putting together admission packets. This is a great opportunity for someone that works well independently, has a limited amount of time to donate, and is looking for flexible days and hours.
Our physical and occupational therapists are looking for assistance with stocking supplies, maintaining treatment areas and providing general assistance with patients. Monday and Wednesday morning and afternoon opportunities are available.Surgical Place
Our surgical waiting area needs volunteers to act as liaisons between patients, family and medical staff. This position may also involve patient transport and assembling files. This opportunity is ideal for the early riser, openings are available on weekdays from 7:30 am to 11:00 am.Other volunteer opportunities:Office and Clerical Worker
Volunteers are needed by various departments throughout the hospital to assemble packets, file, photocopy and assist with phone coverage. Positions vary and opportunities are available weekday mornings or afternoons.Patient and Visitor Escort
Helping people who enter the lobby is the focus of this position. Escorts give directions or personally escort patients and visitors to their destination. The position may include some light wheelchair transport, as well as flower, paper and patient mail delivery. Weekday afternoons and early evening hours are available for someone with good customer service skills.
This is a great opportunity for a kind, sympathetic and caring person who truly wants to make a difference. As a patient representative, you are asked to visit with patients twice a week. Afternoons or early evenings for one to two hours are the ideal shifts for this position.