Volunteers are people who make a difference because of the role they play in meeting patient's needs or providing essential services and lending support to our hospital community. Volunteers set an example for all of us ... they work for the satisfaction of helping others.
As a volunteer at Knox Community Hospital, you'll enjoy many rewards. You will feel a sense of accomplishment, learn new skills, meet new people, make new friends, and be a part of a team that is committed to improving the health of those we serve plus make an invaluable contribution to your community.
In addition, here are a few other benefits that Knox Community Hospital volunteers enjoy.
Making a difference in the lives of patients and families
Complimentary meal when volunteering
Free flu vaccine
Annual recognition event
Gift Shop discount
All volunteers must receive the flu vaccine. Please direct any questions to Cathy Rinehart at 740.393.9079.
Most volunteers commit to one three-or four-hour shift per week. Day and weekend shifts are available. In addition, there may also be project opportunities depending on your unique skills and interests.
There are many ways you can help make a difference at Knox Community Hospital. Your cheerful, caring attitude can make a significant impact on a patient's hospital stay. Some volunteer opportunities include:
For more information on volunteer opportunities, call our Volunteer Services/Student Coordinator at 740.393.9079.
The purpose of the Knox Community Hospital Auxiliary is to render services to Knox Community Hospital and its patients and to assist Knox Community Hospital in promoting the health and welfare of the community in accordance with the mission and vision established by the institution.