Community members donate valuable hours to facilities throughout Riverside as volunteers. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities for people who enjoy:
- working with the public
- assisting visitors around the hospital or other facility
- helping healthcare staff with office tasks
- working on special events
Simply decide how many hours you would like to devote as a volunteer, when you would be available and where you’d prefer to volunteer. We’ll work with you to set a schedule that meets your needs.
Volunteer at Riverside Regional Medical Center
Volunteering with Riverside Regional Medical Center is a very rewarding experience with many opportunities. As a volunteer, you will interact and assist with patients, become a part of a great hospital family, and work with others to help make a difference in our community. Our volunteers work with the public, assist visitors around the hospital, or aid members of the healthcare team throughout the hospital.
Riverside Rehabilitation Institute is currently looking for Volunteers willing to donate their time to helping the needs of others, and assist the staff of RRI in our mission of “Rebuilding the Lives of the Physically Impaired”. Opportunities include: Welcoming Visitors, Assisting with Special Projects, Gift Shop, Clerical, Complimentary Cart Attendant. Benefits include: Complimentary lunch while volunteering, Appreciation awards, Volunteer Luncheon and participation in RRI’s Special Events. [See also: Riverside Rehabilitation Institute]
Hospice Volunteer Training Program
When a loved one is dying, the family members face physical, emotional and spiritual struggles. As a Hospice volunteer, you can help ease the way so that family members can better cope in saying goodbye. For more information on our Hospice Volunteer Training Program contact Kim Parker at (757) 594-2745 or email@example.com. [See also: Hospice]
Assisted living resident Jane Gearhart has been volunteering at the Woman’s Health Clinic at Langley Hospital for 35 years. But volunteering has always been a Warwick Forest tradition for residents, whether it’s helping with on-site activities, spending time with neighbors recovering in Convalescent Care or volunteering at organizations off site. Residents share their skill, time and love in a multitude of ways. They help their friends and their community. After all, the saying goes, ‘retired from work but not retired from life.’ That’s the way of life at Warwick Forest. [See also: Warwick Forest]