3 Easy Steps to Apply for a Regional Medical Center at Memphis Volunteer Program
Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer! Regional Medical Center knows the value of service and we have made it easier for you help make a difference in our community. Whether you are participating in a community event or volunteering at our hospital or medical offices, we need and value your ongoing support. There are so many ways you can volunteer and Regional Medical Center is happy you chose to do it with us!
STEP 1: Determine your area of interest (click the link to find out more information on each program)
- Adult Volunteer Program: Adults, over 18, who are currently not enrolled in college, but want to be of service.
- College Student Volunteer Program: A program that accepts local college students, 18 and over, at the beginning of the fall and spring semester; each volunteer is asked to commit to one semester.
- Seminary Student Program: Current theological students interested in completing a Supervised Clinical Pastoral Care Practicum.
- Internships: Currently enrolled college students may apply through their college internship offices to academic based internship positions. All positions are unpaid.
- Chaplains’ Assistant Program: Volunteers with an interest in spiritual care that offer interfaith service to our patients and their families.
- Foster Grandparents Program: A program for volunteers over 55, who offer support to premature infants and newborns.
- Johnson Auxiliary: A volunteer auxiliary, for people over 18, which raises funds and resources for the MED Foundation, manages the hospital Gift Shop and ministers to the needs of the patients, families and staff.
- Teenteer Program: Summer enrichment program for high school teens, ages 16-18, interested in the healthcare field or healthcare administration.
- Group Opportunities/Alternative Spring Break: Special events or short term volunteer opportunities. All unmonitored groups, must complete entire online application packet before volunteering. Large groups will be divided into smaller groups, and their skills will be used for different programs throughout the hospital.
- American Heart Association Volunteer Program: The Training and Development Department at Regional Medical Center is an approved American Heart Association (AHA) Training Center offering Basic Life Support (BLS), Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS).
STEP 2: Submit an application
STEP 3: Complete and submit additional forms
Once your application has been completed, you will enter the Volunteer Process. Click here for more details.