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8300 W 38TH AVE
(303) 425-4500

Below is the volunteer information for LUTHERAN MEDICAL CENTER.

Contact Name: Wendy Moline
Volunteer Phone: (303) 425-2142
Volunteer URL:
Volunteer Information: Our volunteers have one thing in common: a dedication to service. As a volunteer, you will be an extension of our healthcare team, sharing your time and talents throughout our facility. You will make a difference in the lives of our patients and family members. You will become the hands, feet and heart of Lutheran Medical Center. When you join the Lutheran Volunteer Program, you become a part of one of Colorado's largest and most progressive volunteer networks. Lutheran volunteers are 700 strong and range in age from 14 to 92. And every year, volunteers give over 95,000 hours of service to Lutheran Hospital and other SCL Health sites. Plus through fundraising, they donate more than $200,000 annually to support the hospital.. For more information about volunteer opportunities at this hospital, visit LUTHERAN MEDICAL CENTER volunteer website now.
Application Process: 1. Complete and return the application, reference form and release for background check in the envelope provided. 2. All potential volunteers are required to attend an Orientation before volunteering at Lutheran Medical Center. 3. TB Screening Requirements: Comply with tuberculosis (TB) screening policy of LMC. SCL Health’s goal is to have a safe and healthy environment for our patients, employees, and volunteers. Information on TB testing will be provided at Orientation. LMC requires two skin tests before you may begin your volunteer service. The first TB screening test will be offered at orientation. You will need to come to LMC 2-3 days after the test to have your arm examined. The Volunteer Office hours are Monday thru Thursday day 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The second test must be applied in Occupation Health (same building as Volunteer Office, Suite 407) at least 7-10 days after the first test. You must call 303-425-2631 to schedule an appointment. Both tests are free of charge. If you have had a TB skin test done in the last 6 months, or would like to have your own physician read or apply the test, please have the results sent to the Volunteer Office. 4. After attending orientation, you will need to contact Debbie Anderson (303-425-8028) to schedule your placement interview. At your interview you will receive information on obtaining your second TB test and Drug Screen. All volunteers are required to be drug free, including marijuana. 5. All volunteers are required to receive the Influenza Vaccine during flu season. You will receive additional information at Orientation.

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