Volunteer at Carondelet Health Network

Hospital Volunteer Opportunities

Have you ever wanted to make a difference in people’s lives? By volunteering at Carondelet, you can! As a volunteer, you’ll have a profound impact on every area of our hospitals, serving as a vital resource to our patients, families, visitors and employees. Carondelet offers a variety of volunteer opportunities that accommodate all schedules, including those of working adults, students and retirees.

Our Volunteer Program

Volunteering at one of our hospitals can provide you with a rewarding experience. With guidance from volunteer staff, our volunteers work a set weekly schedule, so you’ll always know when you’re set to help. To maintain our high standards of care, we do have a few volunteer requirements that you must adhere to:

  • Be at least 18 years of age or older
  • Agree to volunteer for a minimum of 100 hours in a one-year period
  • Complete the online volunteer application
  • Be willing to provide two letters of reference (please no relatives)
  • Interview with volunteer supervisor
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Pass a drug screening
  • Provide proof of immunity to measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and chickenpox
  • Be willing to receive an annual tuberculosis (TB) screening
  • Be willing to receive an annual flu vaccination
  • Complete an orientation and any additional training your placement may require
  • Obtain picture ID badge
  • Purchase volunteer uniform
  • Adhere to Carondelet annual policies and procedures refresher course

Under 18 and want to volunteer? Carondelet offers a Junior Volunteer Program, as well. To volunteer with us, you’ll need to:

  • Obtain consent from a parent or guardian
  • Provide two written personal or professional references (please exclude relatives)
  • Complete TB skin tests or provide TB clearance
  • Provide an immunization record
  • Attend orientation
  • Complete the training manual
  • Purchase a volunteer uniform
  • Obtain a name badge
  • Commit to 100 hours of service in a one-year period

If a volunteer assignment is offered to you, you’ll also need to pass a drug screening.

Volunteer Opportunities

For more information about volunteering, please contact:

Mark Pargas
St. Mary's Hospital HR Manager

Michelle Wilson
St. Joseph's Hospital HR Manager