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There are 101 hospitals in Alabama from 59 counties.

Select from the list below to find volunteer opportunities in a hospital in the county closest to where you live.

Autauga ( 1)
Baldwin ( 3)
Barbour ( 1)
Bibb ( 1)
Blount ( 1)
Bullock ( 1)
Butler ( 2)
Calhoun ( 3)
Chambers ( 1)
Cherokee ( 1)
Chilton ( 1)
Clarke ( 2)
Clay ( 1)
Coffee ( 1)
Colbert ( 1)
Conecuh ( 1)
Covington ( 2)
Crenshaw ( 1)
Cullman ( 2)
Dale ( 1)
Dallas ( 1)
De Kalb ( 1)
Elmore ( 2)
Escambia ( 2)
Etowah ( 2)
Fayette ( 1)
Franklin ( 2)
Geneva ( 1)
Greene ( 1)
Hale ( 1)
Houston ( 2)
Jackson ( 1)
Jefferson ( 11)
Lauderdale ( 1)
Lawrence ( 1)
Lee ( 1)
Limestone ( 1)
Madison ( 2)
Marengo ( 1)
Marion ( 2)
Marshall ( 2)
Mobile ( 5)
Monroe ( 1)
Montgomery ( 3)
Morgan ( 2)
Pickens ( 1)
Pike ( 1)
Randolph ( 1)
Russell ( 1)
Saint Clair ( 1)
Shelby ( 1)
Sumter ( 1)
Talladega ( 2)
Tallapoosa ( 2)
Tuscaloosa ( 2)
Walker ( 1)
Washington ( 1)
Wilcox ( 1)
Winston ( 1)

Latest updates to Alabama hospital volunteer database:

Dothan, AL 36301
(334) 793-8122
Volunteer Details: A volunteer is someone who gives the most precious gifts of all – their time, their talents and most of all themselves. When YOU volunteer, you become an integral part of a hospital that is committed to delivering the highest quality health care. Our volunteers are true stars – exceptional individuals who take the extra steps that make a difference in another person’s life. They help in countless ways by making a child laugh or an older person smile. Our volunteers are caring, dedicated and committed. Through their many meaningful activities, our volunteers help further the objectives of SAMC and provide the best possible support and comfort for our patients, their families and visitors. Here at SAMC, we offer two separate programs, Adult and TeenAge Volunteers (TAVs).
Boaz, AL 35957
(256) 840-3488
Volunteer Details: Volunteering is a very powerful way for you to touch the lives of others - and bring a sense of accomplishment and unity to your own life. Marshall Medical Centers provides many volunteer opportunities that offer hands-on patient contact, as well as non-patient contact areas of service. The fact is, there are as many different volunteer opportunities as there are people with different interests, skills and talents.
Florence, AL 35630
(256) 768-8491
Volunteer Details: Volunteer at ECM Hospital! We have a variety of positions and shifts open. Volunteer tasks include but are not limited to transporting patients, attending waiting rooms, delivering patient mail, and assisting people at the patient information desk. Currently, we offer shifts on weekdays from 8 am - 12 pm and 12 pm - 4 pm. We request that volunteers commit to at least one shift per week. During the summer we offer a six-week teen volunteer program for high school students.
Opp, AL 36467
(334) 493-5511
Volunteer Details: Mizell Memorial Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary is a dynamic membership organization whose members perform volunteer work to provide patient and hospital support, fundraising and community outreach. In addition to organizing and overseeing all volunteer work and activities in the hospital, the auxiliary has raised funds for hospital services and improvements. Mizell Memorial has a dedicated group of adult volunteers who donate thousands of hours each year. Their dedication adds a personal touch, contributing to the comfort and happiness of our patients and families. Volunteer opportunities exists in guest relations, patient services and office support. The Volunteer Department staff works closely with each new volunteer to find an assignment that matches his or her interests, skills, and motivation. As a volunteer at Mizell Memorial Hospital you will experience both personal and practical rewards. You must have a desire to serve others, a listening ear, and a caring heart.
Luverne, AL 36049
(334) 335-1213
Volunteer Details: Crenshaw Community Hospital volunteers are helpful to patients and their guests in many ways. Our volunteers work throughout the hospital assisting patients and visitors, answering questions at the information desk, opening the blinds, filling the water pitchers, watering flowers and more. You can identify them by their pink volunteer smocks. Over the years, the “Pink Ladies” have hosted fundraisers, raffled items, sold baked goods and collected home-made crafts to raise money for the hospital. Volunteers are responsible for decorating the prayer room. Patients, family members, and hospital employees enjoy both the quiet prayer room and the beautifully landscaped garden.
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