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Volunteer at Inland Hospital

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Inland Hospital invites men, women, and young adults to volunteer their time to further the hospital's mission. Volunteers can work several hours per week or just a few hours a month, whatever fits their available time. Some volunteers work in areas with direct contact with patients and families; others are involved in "behind the scenes" activities which enhance the care provided by the hospital.

Volunteer qualifications

  • Adult volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Junior volunteers must be 13 years of age or older. (Program: July and August).
  • You should sincerely want to be a volunteer because you enjoy helping others.
  • You should expect to be responsible, dependable, and willing to adhere to Inland Hospital's standard of conduct.
  • You must be willing to undergo training for certain assignments and in-service orientation sessions to understand the culture of Inland Hospital and our customer service focus.
  • You must be willing to undergo a skin test for tuberculosis. (Blood draw for QunatiFERON).
  • Must be willing to have a background check.
Click here for printable Volunteer Services brochure.
Click here for an application to Volunteer at Inland Hospital.

Where volunteers help at Inland
  • Guest Information desk - Main Lobby/MAB
  • Gift Shop
  • Greeter
  • Clinic-Filing
  • Inland Foundation
  • Central Billing Office
  • Food and Nutrition Services
  • Community Relations Office
  • Business office
  • Pet therapy
  • Medical Records
  • RehabWorks
  • Pharmacy
  • Materials Management
  • Housekeeping
  • Out-Patient Surgical Services
  • Volunteer office
  • Unity Family Practice Rehab Services
  • Home Sewing & Knitting Programs
Volunteers benefit, too
The people of Inland Hospital -- staff, patients and visitors -- are grateful for the assistance that our dedicated volunteers give day in and day out.
Beyond that, there are small fringe benefits such as:
  • Invitations to all hospital educational and social events
  • Recognition awards and events
  • Free lunch for four hours or more of volunteering per day
  • Free flu shots
How to become an Inland volunteer
Pick up an application form at the front desk or switchboard, complete it and call 861-3325 to schedule an interview with the Volunteer Director. This interview will help to match your interests with volunteer tasks.

For more information about volunteering at Inland contact ccrowell@emhs.org or call 861-3325.