Volunteers - 181 volunteers with hours totaling 26,932 in 2009.

Volunteers


Become a volunteer at St. Elizabeth Medical Center. The Volunteer Program’s mission is to provide caring volunteer services, directly or indirectly, to supplement the basic essential function of the professional staff.

Volunteers are asked to commit to a minimum of 5 hours per week. There are many positions to fit individual time schedules.

To view a listing of our current volunteer opportunities click here.

To become a volunteer, please contact Grace Bouse:
Phone: 315-798-8275
Email: gbouse@stemc.org

 

 

Since 2013,  our volunteers provided 

100,900 hours of service.

" Volunteering is a great experience. You'll learn more about your own abilities while contributing to someone else's well-being."  Jessica Peeling, Patient Advocate Volunteer
"I think of volunteering as something you'd like to have if you were in that same situation. It's a good feeling to make others feel better." Bill Busacker, Mended Hearts Volunteer
"It's a rewarding experience to create a friendly, positive atmosphere to ease the stress of family members during the time they're waiting for someone undergoing a procedure." Carole Owen, Cardiac Cath Lab Volunteer

"I think of volunteering as something you'd like to have if you were in that same situation. It's a good feeling to make others feel better."
Bill Busacker, Mended Hearts Volunteer

Benefits:

All volunteers receive a free lunch, free parking and free annual flu shot.

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