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There are 181 hospitals in New York from 57 counties. Select from the list below to find volunteer opportunities in a hospital in the county closest to where you live.

Albany ( 4)
Allegany ( 1)
Bronx ( 41)
Broome ( 2)
Cattaraugus ( 2)
Cayuga ( 1)
Chautauqua ( 4)
Chemung ( 2)
Chenango ( 1)
Clinton ( 1)
Columbia ( 1)
Cortland ( 1)
Delaware ( 2)
Dutchess ( 3)
Erie ( 7)
Essex ( 2)
Franklin ( 2)
Fulton ( 1)
Genesee ( 1)
Herkimer ( 1)
Jefferson ( 3)
Kings ( 22)
Lewis ( 1)
Livingston ( 1)
Madison ( 2)
Monroe ( 16)
Montgomery ( 1)
Nassau ( 17)
New York ( 43)
Niagara ( 3)
Oneida ( 3)
Onondaga ( 17)
Ontario ( 3)
Orange ( 10)
Orleans ( 1)
Oswego ( 2)
Otsego ( 2)
Putnam ( 1)
Queens ( 15)
Rensselaer ( 2)
Richmond ( 3)
Rockland ( 3)
Saint Lawrence ( 4)
Saratoga ( 1)
Schenectady ( 2)
Schoharie ( 1)
Schuyler ( 1)
Steuben ( 3)
Suffolk ( 11)
Sullivan ( 1)
Tompkins ( 1)
Ulster ( 2)
Warren ( 1)
Wayne ( 1)
Westchester ( 21)
Wyoming ( 1)
Yates ( 1)

Latest updates to New York hospital volunteer database:

Empowered Doctor
New York, NY 10019
800-821-6032
Volunteer Details:

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is a leader in integrative cancer care. At our fully accredited cancer hospitals dedicated physicians and other health experts deliver state-of-the-art cancer treatment, combined with supportive therapies. Our facilities are located across the United States, including a facility in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL
New York, NY 10029
212-241-0478
Volunteer Details: The Mount Sinai Department of Volunteer Services supports the Medical Center’s mission of providing dignified care and service to others.The Department of Volunteer Services offers superior opportunities to individuals committed to helping others and thereby making a difference.
NASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
East Meadow, NY 11554
572-6588
Volunteer Details: As a volunteer you will play a vital role in helping us serve the healthcare needs of our community. Volunteering allows you to be of service to the community, neighbors and friends. You will meet new people, develop new skills and interests and possibly explore career opportunities. Our volunteers give that special touch and whether you have direct patient contact or work “behind the scenes” every volunteer is an important member of the hospital’s health care team. The opportunities are rewarding, enjoyable and a great way to meet new people
RICHMOND UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
Staten Island, NY 10304
no volunteer page
Volunteer Details: no volunteer page
SHEEHAN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Buffalo, NY 14203
no volunteer page
Volunteer Details: no volunteer page
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