Hospital Volunteer Network

With many hospitals currently being understaffed, medical professionals often have no choice but to rush from room to room caring for a large volume of sick individuals, sometimes leaving behind patients who are confused, lonely or depressed.

Hospital volunteers can help fill in those sometimes long stretches of time in a patient's day by listening to their fears and helping to meet their needs. Some patients are happy to borrow reading material and games from the hospitality cart that volunteers often push around. Others simply want someone to keep them company during their meals. It is also not uncommon for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy to find it therapeutic to want to braid a volunteer's hair as they are losing their own.

The mission of this website is to provide hospital volunteer directory and information for all hospitals in the US. Click on the links below to find hospital volunteer opportunities in your State.

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Latest updates to hospital volunteer database:

Joliet, IL 60435
(815) 725-7133 x3465
Volunteer Details: The volunteers of Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center provide service to over 40 different Medical Center departments and clinics. We have many interesting and rewarding volunteer positions to meet the needs of our diverse group of volunteers in both clinical and non-clinical areas.
Melrose Park, IL 60160
(708) 538-4969
Volunteer Details: In the 54 years since its inception, the Auxiliary has donated more than $6.5 million to the hospital. These funds have been used to help cover the cost of projects such as: renovation of the surgical department; construction of a diagnostic center and new cardiology department; expansion of the emergency department and many other patient-care projects. The Auxiliary is responsible for: Volunteer Services; Student Volunteers; The Gift Shop.
Evanston, IL 60201
(847) 570-2710
Volunteer Details: Now, we make it easier than ever for you to get out and do good! Help make a difference for someone in need. At NorthShore, there are a variety of ways that you can get involved; from participating in community events to volunteering at one of our hospitals or medical offices, we need and value your ongoing support.
Herrin, IL 62948
(618) 942-2171 x35161
Volunteer Details: Herrin Hospital Auxiliary was organized in 1982 and has approximately 150 members. It is very much involved in many areas of the hospital, and you will recognize volunteers by their pink smocks or burgundy vests and their bright smiling faces. Dues are $5.00 per year for the period beginning April 1. The auxiliary’s annual membership meeting is held each year in March, when new officers are elected and installed.
Dixon, IL 61021
(815) 285-5932
Volunteer Details: KSB Hospital is known by the motto “It’s The People,” and when it comes to our volunteers, this is no exception. Many people find that volunteering at KSB Hospital offers an opportunity to meet new people and experience the joy of reaching out to others. Some volunteers are teenagers interested in a healthcare career while others are retirees looking for a way to give back to the community.
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