Volunteer at Carroll Hospital

Help provide patients with the compassionate, high-quality care they need and deserve as a LifeBridge Health volunteer.

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Make A Difference

At Carroll Hospital, the helping hands of our more than 200 volunteers have such a tremendous impact on the compassionate, high-quality care we offer to the community. Our volunteers generously dedicate their time, talents and resources and help provide a personal level of caring that means so much to our patients, visitors and staff.

Why volunteer?

Your work has a direct impact on those you serve. Though you will not earn money, you will gain the satisfaction of giving your time and talent to help patients and staff at a busy hospital.

    The benefits of volunteering include:


  • Sharing your skills, or learning new ones


  • Connecting with people


  • Learning about healthcare careers


  • Finding a sense of purpose


  • Improving your health from staying active


  • Increasing your happiness

 

What can volunteers do?

Carroll hospital has many opportunities to get involved. Whether you want to work behind the scenes or interact with patients, there's a job that fits you and your schedule.

    Here’s a sampling of volunteer opportunities:


  • Front desk greeter


  • Retail volunteer


  • Recovery room


  • Surgical waiting room


  • Cancer center volunteer


  • Volunteer room



Adult Volunteer Program

If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering at Carroll Hospital, you can easily apply online or pick up a form at the front desk in our main lobby. Please note that all volunteers must undergo tuberculosis (TB) testing, receive a flu shot and agree to a background check.

Apply Online

Student Volunteer Programs

Carroll Hospital offers a great opportunity for students, ages 15 to 18, to volunteer for a community organization, while earning service hours that may be applied to their required 75 hours of community service for the Carroll County school system. All applicants must be 15 years of age AND have completed 9th grade.

Learn More and Apply



High School - Summer Volunteer Program

      Once you become a Junior Volunteer, you will have a diverse selection of volunteer opportunities to choose from, including general clerical and administrative tasks and assisting the nursing staff with a variety of duties such as:

       


    • Discharging patients via wheelchair


    • Assisting with patient transfers


    • Acting as a liaison between nursing stations and the lab


    • Delivering flowers


    • Assisting at nursing station


    • and so much more!

    Applications re-open in 2023

Things to Consider:

      Junior Volunteers generally serve 4 hours per day, once per week. The hours are 8 a.m. to noon and noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please make sure you have transportation for these times.

      Also:


    • Junior Volunteers must be available to volunteer a minimum of 8 weeks between June and August. If vacations, camp or athletics will keep you away for more than 2 weeks, please consider applying the following year.


    • The expectation is that all students will make good use of their time during their shift. However, depending on patient census, downtime may be a possibility. Please consider visiting with patients or offering help to staff in another area.


    • For hospital team members: If you are considering having your child or a relative volunteer with us, it will not be possible to place them in the same department to which you are assigned. Please refer to the HR Policy regarding nepotism.

Virginia Minnick Auxiliary Scholarship

      Carroll Hospital Foundation's Virginia Minnick Auxiliary Scholarship is a $2,500 scholarship that is awarded to one college-bound child or grandchild of a team member or volunteer or a junior volunteer of Carroll Hospital or its affiliates.

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