Become a St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer
Why Volunteer at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital?
Being an Auxiliary Volunteer at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital is a rewarding and challenging experience. As one of the region’s leading health care providers, St. Elizabeth’s offers exciting volunteer opportunities in a number of areas, from the Emergency Department to one of the many ancillary departments in the hospital and the UrgiCare Center in O’Fallon, Illinois. Becoming a St. Elizabeth’s Hospital volunteer provides individuals with a distinct sense of purpose, where special skills are truly needed and valued. In another sense, belonging to our volunteer team offers an important social outlet.
To be a volunteer you must:
Be physically capable of doing volunteer work.
Be responsible for providing your own transportation.
Be able to attend and participate in appropriate orientation and training sessions.
Be willing to foster the hospital’s four Core Values of Respect, Care, Competence and Joy
Additionally, Youth Volunteers, must:
Be 16 years of age or older.
Be able to work during summer months or at other times throughout the school year as approved by the Volunteer Coordinator.