Our volunteers are cherished members of our hospital family. These dedicated men and women and teens range in age from high school students to senior citizens. They donate their time and energy to work in almost every area of our hospital.
The most important quality for a volunteer is a real desire to serve the hospital, patients and the community. A dedicated and responsible approach to service is more important than prior experience or special skills. Volunteers are given an opportunity to help others, share their time and talents, and gain new skills. They in turn, promote a better understanding of the medical center and its service throughout the community.
We invite you to join our dedicated family of energetic and caring volunteers. As a volunteer, you will not only enjoy the rewards of truly helping others in need, but also have an opportunity to use your skills and talents and meet other people.
good help to those in need
- Reception and information desk
- Gift shop
- Transport service
- Food and nutrition
- “Silver Spoons” feeding program
- Gift/book cart representative
- Assisting on patient floors
- Patient relations
- Clerical duties
- Computer entry
- Special events
- Patient visit program
- Junior volunteer
For further information, please contact our volunteer offices at:
System Director of Volunteers
Lynn Beers, Volunteer Coordinator at St. Anthony Community hospital , Mt. Alverno and Schevier.
Lynn’s office is located on the second floor of the main hospital in the administration wing.
Andrea Studnitzer- Volunteer Coordinator at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center
Andrea’s office is located on the first floor of Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center near the mailroom.
Amy Moore- Volunteer Manager at Bon Secours Community Hospital
Amy’s office is on the first floor of Bon Secours Community hospital near materials management.