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Volunteer Recruitment: How You Can Get involved

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Are you interested in volunteering or looking for a way to get more involved in your community?

Mercy Medical Center has openings at the Information, Oakwood and Reception desks. The volunteers at Oakwood enjoy helping visitors find their way. The reception desk volunteers are kept busy with computer entry and escorting patients to various service areas.

Mercy Medical Center Patient Care Unit volunteer opportunities
Each unit has a variety of benefits and responsibilities. Each volunteer has unique skills and abilities. Let us help you find the right fit for your volunteer assignment. Unit volunteers help on Behavioral Health, Birthplace, Patient Care Units 1 & 2, and Sub Acute/Rehab.

MMC Volunteers
The Mercy Medical Center Volunteers is a not-for-profit organization of volunteers who are dedicated to fundraising to benefit hospital and community health care programs.  The Volunteers raise funds through the gift shop and other fundraiser sales such as; jewelry, book, uniform, candy, flowers, bake sales and a fall craft fair.

For more information on these opportunities, please contact Mercy Medical Center Volunteer Services at 223-0225 or apply online at affinityhealth.org/volunteer.

 

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