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There are 176 hospitals in Florida from 53 counties.

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

Alachua ( 3)
Baker ( 1)
Bay ( 2)
Bradford ( 2)
Brevard ( 7)
Broward ( 20)
Charlotte ( 3)
Citrus ( 2)
Clay ( 1)
Collier ( 16)
Columbia ( 2)
De Soto ( 1)
Duval ( 12)
Escambia ( 3)
Flagler ( 1)
Hardee ( 1)
Hendry ( 1)
Hernando ( 3)
Highlands ( 3)
Hillsborough ( 11)
Holmes ( 1)
Indian River ( 6)
Jackson ( 1)
Lake ( 5)
Lee ( 4)
Leon ( 2)
Levy ( 3)
Manatee ( 3)
Marion ( 4)
Martin ( 1)
Miami-dade ( 26)
Monroe ( 3)
Nassau ( 1)
Okaloosa ( 3)
Okeechobee ( 1)
Orange ( 21)
Osceola ( 4)
Palm Beach ( 21)
Pasco ( 12)
Pinellas ( 12)
Polk ( 5)
Putnam ( 1)
Saint Johns ( 1)
Saint Lucie ( 2)
Santa Rosa ( 3)
Sarasota ( 5)
Seminole ( 3)
Sumter ( 1)
Suwannee ( 2)
Taylor ( 1)
Volusia ( 5)
Walton ( 2)
Washington ( 1)

Latest updates to Florida hospital volunteer database:

BROWARD GENERAL MEDICAL CENTER
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
7543661048
Volunteer Details:

Volunteers help out in areas such as pediatrics, the emergency department, Surgery and Intensive Care Unit waiting areas, the flower shop, book shop and many more. We also have a specialized candy striper program for young adults. BGMC volunteers assist in: * Pediatrics * Neonatal Intensive Care Unit * Same Day Surgery * Administration

HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
(954) 776-3171
Volunteer Details:

The Department of Volunteer Services provides persons who wish to donate their time and actively engage in community service an opportunity to provide support to Holy Cross Hospital's Mission. The Department of Volunteer Services develops and maintains a team of volunteers to provide support and assistance in serving the needs of our patients and their families.

KENDALL MEDICAL CENTER
Miami, FL 33175
(305) 227-5538
Volunteer Details:

Kendall Regional Medical Center is in need of volunteers to assist in all areas including office as well as patient care. Volunteers must be 15 years of age or older, submit to a background check, and must complete a minimum 300 hours of community service.Procedure for all Volunteer Candidates: 1. Obtain a copy of your vaccination records. (required for all volunteers born after 1955) 2. Obtain a copy of a Tuberculosis Test done within this year. 3. Schedule an interview by calling (305) 227-5538 or e-mailing KRMCVolunteer@hcahealthcare.com, to discuss requirements and placements. Parent or legal guardian must be present to sign consent form, authorizing Kendall Regional Medical Center, to conduct a background investigation on volunteer candidate. Once the background investigation is cleared, the volunteer candidate will be notified of the next available orientation. 4. High School students at the time of the interview, must bring a 'Proposal For Comunity Services Project Form', from the Guidance Counselor at school.

FLORIDA HOSPITAL ALTAMONTE
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
(407) 303-2663
Volunteer Details: If you have the spirit to care, volunteer at Florida Hospital Altamonte to join a team of professionals dedicated to helping others. Our volunteers work face-to-face with patients and visitors to help extend the healing ministry of Christ. As a part of Florida’s largest health care system, Florida Hospital Altamonte provides volunteers a unique opportunity to work within the local community, gain experience in a highly advanced medical environment and develop new skills.
FLORIDA HOSPITAL APOPKA
Apopka, FL 32703
(407) 889-1057
Volunteer Details: Volunteers play a vital role in Florida Hospital Apopka’s mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ to our community. Our volunteer program enables individuals from all walks of life to become part of our healthcare team, providing a healing, compassionate atmosphere to patients and guests alike. We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities for you to choose from in a variety of departments and capacities. No matter how you serve, you’ll be positively impacting your neighbors. And it’s not just the hospital and our guests that reap the benefits of your service: Volunteering has been associated with increased life expectancy, functional ability and overall physical and mental health. You’ll also be able to learn new skill sets, develop better communication practices and foster new and meaningful relationships.
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