As a Parkview Whitley Hospital volunteer, you become an important part of the hospital and service team. Your efforts will benefit the hospital and the patients we serve in countless ways. By volunteering, you can obtain personal satisfaction from contributing to the well-being of people in need. Every year, many volunteers find fulfillment, practical work experience and companionship at Parkview Whitley Hospital.
To be considered for a volunteer position, you must:
Submit an application
Provide proof of age (14 years or older)
Provide one personal reference
Complete an interview
Be screened for TB (tuberculosis testing and reading required)
As a token of our appreciation for giving your time as a volunteer at Parkview Whitley Hospital, we offer the following benefits to all of our volunteers.
Free meal each day you volunteer
The opportunity to meet new friends
A 10 percent discount at the gift shop
Free annual flu shot
Free access to the Parkview Whitley Hospital Fitness Center
Annual volunteer recognition banquet
Welcome our guests, escort, transport wheelchair patients and run errands. This position requires the ability to be on your feet and on the go.
Gift shop cashier
Operate the cash register and credit card machine, provide customer service to our guests and help with other tasks in the gift shop.
Many of our clerical areas use volunteer assistance for a variety of duties.
Meals on Wheels driver
Deliver meals to people who are homebound within one mile of the city limits in Columbia City.
Help with telephones, room changes, escorts and a variety of tasks for our outpatient clinics.
The volunteer chaplains are local clergy who are called as needed to assist patients or families with their spiritual needs.
For more information, contact Lea Ann Herron, manager, Community Health IMprovement, at (260) 248-9803 or LeaAnn.Herron@parkview.com.