Since TRH was founded, our staff and patients have relied on the good works of our volunteers to enhance the quality of care we provide.
Today, more than 150 volunteers work in a wide variety of jobs touching just about every Hospital department. In addition to their work, volunteers enjoy benefits such as luncheons, a semi-annual newsletter, free flu shots, service pins and free cafeteria meals while on duty.
Mostly filing, making copies, scanning documents in varying departments and physician offices.
Emergency Department Waiting Room
Greet visitors as they enter, help them to the Registration window, supply them with comforts such as pillows and blankets, talk with them while they're waiting.
Our Auxiliary has numerous fundraising sales for the Hospital throughout the year and they always need workers.
Our Auxiliary Gift Shop is completely managed and staffed by volunteers and all proceeds benefit the Hospital. Hours are 10am-4pm Monday-Friday.
Reflexology and healing touch for staff and sometimes patients (certifications required).
Direct visitors around Hospital and answer questions.
Assist staff with activities to provide fun and enjoyment for KOALA participants.
Sort, deliver and collect inter-office mail around the Hospital and from some outlying buildings.
Play music for patients in Transitional Care.
Outpatient waiting room
Help patients get to the correct departments, collect wheelchairs and assist with discharges.
Our PAL (Patient Advocate Liaison) program has volunteers who offer patients soothing, pleasant companionship and diversion to make his/her stay at TRH a more comfortable experience.
We have some volunteers who take pets around to visit patients.
Collect all recycling around the Hospital.
Help needy community members get medications via various resources in the county (medical background and knowledge of medications preferred).
Opportunities are always available. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Kimberly Stewart (828) 883-5130, 260 Hospital Dr., Brevard, NC 28712 or Kimberly.Stewart@msj.org.