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Volunteer with Us

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Volunteers at Princeton Baptist Medical Center give freely of their time, talents, energy, and skills to provide valuable assistance to patients, visitors, and staff. Our volunteers can provide directions at information desks throughout the hospital, serve in waiting rooms, provide office assistance, deliver mail to patients, and make deliveries from the gift shop, in addition to other special, ongoing projects. The basic process for becoming a volunteer is outlined below, yet there may be differences in procedure and requirements per facility. Please call us at the numbers below with questions.

Adult Volunteers

  • Complete an application
  • Schedule interview after the application is returned
  • Attend orientation
  • Assignment which asks for at least a commitment of 4 hours a week, a minimum of 100 hours/year
  • Purchase a uniform

College Volunteers

  • Must be enrolled in school
  • Complete an application
  • Attend an interview scheduled after return of the application
  • Attend orientation
  • Most facilities require a commitment to at least one semester of service.

Teen Volunteers

  • Ages 15 to 18 years old
  • Apply in January to March of each calendar year
  • Personal interviews held in April
  • Attend orientation
  • Summer program runs for 7-9 weeks beginning in early June. The student selects one day per week to work and is required to commit to at least 30-50 hours or 4 of the 5 week programs during the program. 

Pet Therapy Partners

  • Must have completed orientation by a certified pet therapy organization
  • Complete an application and schedule an interview
  • Attend hospital orientation

Volunteer Benefits

  • Free parking
  • Meal ticket each workday
  • Annual flu shot at no cost
  • Hospital Gift Shop discount
  • Annual appreciation luncheon and other special events

Jane's Volunteer Story

Jane Pearson readily accepted her husband’s suggestion to volunteer at his hospital and still spends one day a week serving the patients, staff and visitors and Princeton Baptist.