Become a Volunteer at Wellington Regional Medical Center
The Volunteer Program at Wellington Regional Medical Center welcomes adults of all ages and backgrounds, including retirees, professionals, homemakers and college students, as well as men and women who live in surrounding communities. Volunteers are very special people who have one common purpose—they want to help others and make a difference. Volunteers play a vital role at Wellington Regional and are an important part of the hospital “family,” donating their time and talents and working closely to help make a hospital stay more comfortable for patients and their families.
You Can Make a Difference
You don’t need special skills or training to become a volunteer. Every volunteer brings his or her individual interests, talents and experience to the volunteer program, and each plays a unique and important role. Each prospective volunteer is interviewed, and the staff determines where your interests and skills best match the needs of the hospital. Once you have chosen your service area in the hospital, you will receive a thorough orientation and on-the-job training. Volunteers are encouraged to work one four-hour shift per week, and many of the dedicated volunteers work more frequently. Our volunteers help in our waiting areas and departments, at registration and driving our hospital shuttle bus from the parking lot to the hospital.
Benefits of Volunteering
In addition to helping others and meeting new friends, as a volunteer you will enjoy the chance to learn new skills and develop new interests. In appreciation for your time and efforts, volunteers are invited to an annual recognition banquet, they participate in hospital social activities, and they receive a complimentary meal in the hospital cafeteria for each shift worked.
Learn More and Complete an Application
For more information about our hospital volunteer program, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Friends of Wellington Regional, Inc.
The Friends of Wellington Regional supports the health needs of local residents through volunteer activities.