Each year, more than 200 individuals from throughout Memphis and the Mid-South devote more than 16,000 hours to assist in caring for and providing service to our patients, families, and staff. Volunteering at Regional Medical Center provides a rewarding and unique experience to affect and help improve the quality of life for individuals throughout the region. As a volunteer you will not only enjoy the rewards of "giving back" to the community, but also find avenues to further your interests, discover new opportunities to use your existing skills and talents, and receive service credits towards your education and career goals.
Volunteers impact many areas of our hospital. They are a vital resource to our patients, families, visitors and staff. Their hard work and dedication makes an extraordinary difference in the care we offer. Regional Medical Center offers opportunities for service that accommodate the schedules of working adults, college students, retirees and teens.
Our Volunteers work in a variety of different departments providing service in an assortment of ways. Each volunteer is given the opportunity to determine his/her area of service, time and day they are available to volunteer.
Volunteer Opportunities are available in:
We ask that volunteers make a minimum commitment of six months and provide at least seventy-two hours of service. This time commitment allows the volunteer to have a real impact and provides the greatest return of personal satisfaction. Volunteers must satisfactorily complete six months of service to receive a letter of recommendation for school or prospective employment.
Volunteers must be eighteen years of age and a high school graduate, unless applying for the Teenteer Volunteer Program. Our volunteers have good interpersonal skills, exemplify positive behavior, are service oriented and support the vision and mission of Regional Medical Center.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for the Regional Medical Center, click here.