The Volunteers of Scotland Health Care System support our mission to provide quality health care. They do this with activities such as greeting visitors and family members at the reception desks, delivering mail and flowers, providing wheelchair transport, assisting patients at discharge, and support our staff in both patient and non-patient areas with a variety of duties.
Now accepting Junior Volunteers!
The summer Junior Volunteer Program is a three-session program during the period June 17th through August 9th. Junior Volunteers are scheduled to work only one 2-week session and will be expected to completely fulfill one of the three sessions. Volunteer hours are Monday - Friday, 10 am to 2:00 pm typically, however could vary depending upon the department. Once accepted, Junior Volunteers are required to attend orientation on Wednesday, June 12th 10 am to 3 pm at the WR Dulin Conference Center. We will have our very first Junior Jamboree on August 14th. All Juniors are required to attend to receive their total hours worked. The time will be 6:00 pm in the Dulin Center.
Junior Volunteer candidates:
Must be 14 years of age by May 30, 2019
Should have at least a “C” average and good school attendance
Be available the full 10 days of the 2-week program
Application must be completed by candidate only (not by parents or friends)
Completed documents include:
Fully completed and signed application, including signature of parent/dependent
Copy of most recent report card (2nd quarter grades acceptable)
Two completed reference forms with names and signatures in separate, sealed envelope
Copy of immunization records
Forms checklist (located on page 12 of the application packet)
A selection committee will review all candidate requests meeting the above requirements. Candidates will be notified of their selection status by the third week of June. There is a limit of 50 Junior Volunteers to be accepted.
Thoughtful consideration as to personal schedules and prior commitments must be considered prior to volunteering. Lack of fulfillment may result in future disqualification.
The application and all supporting documents must arrive together, fully completed and signed. Please return to the Volunteer Services office no later than 4:30 PM, Friday, April 26, 2019 for consideration as a Junior Volunteer.
Click here to open and print the Application.
The Scotland Health Care System Volunteer Auxiliary supports the services of the System through their many fundraising events. All sales are open to the public. For additional information about upcoming sales please call 910-291-7314 or follow us on Facebook at The Scotch Bonnet Gift Shop.
Benefits of Volunteering
If you are ready to become a member of our Volunteer Auxiliary you may complete the secure on-line application form. When your application is received, you will be called to schedule an appointment. Background checks are completed on all applicants and applicants must past a mandatory drug screen before beginning volunteer hours.
We have many areas of service and will work with you to find a position that is satisfactory to you and the department. Your schedule needs, position preference availability, and department needs determine assignments.
Scotland Health Care System does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or sexual orientation. Please complete the application to the best of your ability. Answers to the questions will used solely to consider you for volunteer service.
Most volunteer positions require commitment of at least four hours per week. A three-month commitment is required for a school or job reference. If the commitment is not reached - volunteer information will not be released.
Prior to placement, a mandatory volunteer orientation and health screen is required. Each volunteer will be required to update the health screen and mandatory training annually. For special service areas, and as regulations change, additional training requirements may be necessary.
Personal Home Monitoring System
Health Watch is an affordable system that works through the telephone and is easily installed by a hospital volunteer. The system helps people continue to live in their homes, maintaining their independence and quality of life with the assurance that help is just a call away.
The emergency communication mode provides enhanced sensitivity of both microphone and speaker volume, which significantly increases the ability of the Response Center to hear a person - even a sound as soft as a whisper. The Personal Transmitter Pendant, worn at all times on a neck cord or around the wrist, is compact, portable and waterproof.
This affordable system works through the telephone and is easily installed by a hospital volunteer. The emergency communication mode provides enhanced sensitivity of both microphone and speaker volume, which significantly increases the ability of the Response Center to hear a person - even a sound as soft as a whisper. The Personal Transmitter Pendant, worn at all times on a neck cord or around the wrist, is compact, portable and waterproof.
The Scotland Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has provided personal monitoring systems since 1989. For more information about or to obtain a personal monitoring system, contact Barbara Stone at 910-291-7361.
To learn more about volunteer opportunities at Scotland Health Care System contact Nancy Rogers, Volunteer Manager, at 910-291-7314.