Join our family, make a difference
Our Hurley Medical Center Volunteer Program is active effective June 15, 2020 but is limited to certain service areas. Please reach out to Jordan Brown, Director of Volunteer Services, with further questions.
Volunteer Corps Purpose
The purpose of the Volunteer Corps is to render services to Hurley Medical Center patients and staff. Volunteers also assist in promoting the health and welfare of the community in accordance with objectives established by Hurley Medical Center and the Hurley Foundation.
Volunteers are vital to the many functions of Hurley Medical Center
Our volunteers provide a wide variety of valuable services to patients and staff, helping Hurley maintain its tradition of “Clinical Excellence. Service to People.”
Hurley offers various means in which you can give of your time and talents, including adult and student volunteer program, on-call pastoral care, radiology, and other special projects.
2017 Volunteer Statistics
We had over 58,000 hours of donated time
350 Total Volunteers
350 community members dedicated their time to Hurley
113 Student Volunteers
113 local students volunteered their time in the community
Meet Annette Saseen
Annette Saseen began volunteering at Hurley in September of 2016. Whether she is assisting patients in the Outpatient Clinic, serving in the Pathology Department, or tackling special projects for the Volunteer Director, Annette is a familiar smiling face in the medical center.
Featured Opportunities to Serve
Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP)
Volunteers administer personalized interventions to elderly patients that evolve to match their changing needs throughout the course of hospitalization. (HELP training and shadowing required prior to start.)
Help with the development of the newborn by providing nurturing touch and holding. These volunteers are trained by the NICU Nurse Educator and Occupational Therapist.
Assist customers with their purchases, as well as stocking and manning the Lobby Shop and Goodie Cart.