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NORTHFIELD HOSPITAL, NORTHFIELD MN

NORTHFIELD HOSPITAL
2000 NORTH AVENUE
NORTHFIELD MN, 55057
(507) 646-1000
https://www.northfieldhospital.org/
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Below is the volunteer information for NORTHFIELD HOSPITAL.

Volunteer Phone: (507) 646-1036
Volunteer URL: https://www.northfieldhospital.org/volunteer-opportunities
Volunteer Information: Our goal is to meet the needs of our patients and community by delivering quality service that reflects the Northfield Hospital & Clinics standard of care, and to provide a meaningful experience for our volunteers. Volunteers have fun, meet interesting people, obtain career-related experience, and leave a lasting impression on patients and residents.. For more information about volunteer opportunities at this hospital, visit NORTHFIELD HOSPITAL volunteer website now.
Volunteer Placements/Services: Breast Care Center; Cancer Care & Infusion Center; Rehabilitation Services - Northfield (off campus); Emergency Department; Hospice; Kaleidoscope Gift Shop; Knitting, Crocheting, & Sewing; Long Term Care Center; Meals on Wheels; Medical-Surgical Floor; Surgery Center
Application Process: Applicants must be 16 years of age and commit to 6 months of service (2 hours/week). Applicants will submit a hard‐copy Volunteer Application or apply on‐line. Applicants will contact Volunteer Coordinator by e‐mail or telephone to sign up for a General Volunteer Orientation. Sessions are 1½ hours monthly at the hospital. Applicants will complete background study form and other documents at the General Volunteer Orientation. Applicants will receive information from Volunteer Coordinator regarding a volunteer opening. Applicants will be asked to contact Becky Farren, Employee Health Nurse, to schedule a Pre‐Volunteer Health Screening Appointment. At this appointment, volunteers will complete health screening forms and receive a TB blood test. When Employee Health has given an all‐clear status and all other paperwork is complete, the volunteer will be given information regarding department training. At that training, the volunteer will receive a smock (depending upon department) and name badge. Infection Prevention Immunization Guidelines include: Volunteers born before 1957 do not need to locate immunization record. Volunteers born after 1957 will need to provide immunization records of MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella), Varicella (Chicken Pox), and Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis). If these are not found, immunities can be determined by a blood draw titer.

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