Healthcare Volunteer Opportunities in Madera
At Madera Community Hospital, we strive to give more than excellent health
care; our goal is to provide hope, comfort and convenience for our patients
and families. Our volunteers play an important role in helping to provide
these simple but exceptional services through their generosity.
Madera Community Hospital patients and guests enjoy the benefits of more
than 100 active adult and youth volunteers. Always seeking to enhance
the patient and guest experience, volunteers are trained and assigned
areas of service, based on individual interest and availability, throughout
Please join us.
Chaplaincy Care Application
Volunteer League Application
Junior Volunteer Program
TDI Certified Pet Therapy Volunteer Application
Emergency Department Advisory Council
For more information on volunteer opportunities, please call (559) 675-2881
or email: WeCare@MaderaHospital.org.
Reception/Information Desk Services: If you are friendly, with good communication skills and enjoy working
with diverse community members you may want to volunteer time greeting
and assisting patients, visitors and guests. Volunteers contribute to
the patient and visitor experience when providing information and answering
general questions or concerns with compassion and courtesy.
Hospital Related Services: Volunteers welcome and escort guests, transfer patients via wheelchair
and deliver flowers, cards and magazines to patient rooms.
Hospital Courier Services: Volunteers assist with delivery of confidential mail and other printed
matter and packages to physician offices in Madera.
Gift Shop: For those who love to shop, The Gift Shop would be the place to volunteer!
The staff at The Gift Shop offers important services to the hospital's
patients, families, visitors, and employees. All profits from The Gift
Shop's sales are donated to the hospital.
24-Hour On Call Chaplaincy: Licensed or credentialed spiritual leaders volunteer a minimum of one
24-hour period each month. Volunteers round on inpatients and respond
to calls when patients, families or medical units are in need of support
and comfort during a time of crisis.
Emergency Department Advisory Council: Those selected to serve on the Emergency Department Advisory Council do
so to ensure the patient and family perspective is applied for safe, high-quality
patient-centered emergency care and services.