Volunteer Services partners with community members to cultivate meaningful relationships as we: Connect volunteers to life-enriching experiences that support patients, families, and caregivers.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. We are happy that you’re taking the first steps to becoming a part of the Providence family.
More than 800 individuals in over 80 departments contribute nearly 87,000 hours of service each year at these locations: Colby, Pacific, and Broadway campuses, the Healthcare Clinic, Providence Physicians Group, Providence Regional Cancer Partnership and Camp Prov. We strive to live our vision of know me, care for me, ease my way.
It is our goal to match your skills, interests and availability with the needs of the hospital so that you will have a rewarding experience and patients and family members will feel cared for. The following positions are some of the many volunteer areas that we recruit for during the year. Please note that not all of these positions are open during each recruitment period.
Patient & Family Ambassador - Act as a greeter to people entering the hospital or clinical buildings.
Surgery Waiting - Serve as a liaison between surgery and recovery room staff, and patients’ family members in the waiting room.
Gift Shop - Assist customers with their purchases and be willing to staff and stock the gift shop. Proceeds from sales benefit the Providence General Children’s Association.
Comfort Rounding - Engage patients and families to offer comfort measures and activities during their stay.
RoaR - Reach out and Read to preschoolers. Provide a positive, nurturing experience to preschool children to make their appointment wait more comfortable.
Transport - Volunteers transport patients/visitors or materials to assist in the smooth operation of the department.
Newspaper Delivery - Provide internal delivery of newspapers.
Cancer Resource Center - Provide patients with resources and information from American Cancer Society and accommodate the needs of walk-in cancer patients with wigs, turbans or prosthesis from the center.
Your commitment is at least 100 hours of service. This usually takes 6-9 months, volunteering once or twice a week for a four hour shift.