Why Volunteer?

Being a Volunteer is as flexible as your busy life needs it to be.  You can help in areas you choose at times that are convenient for you.


Serving as a Volunteer is a great way to:

  • Be of service to others

  • Give back to your community

  • Meet new people

  • Join old friends

  • Experience new opportunities

  • Make a difference in lives

  • Help Greater Regional Health be a strong health care facility to the community

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Information Guide

  • SHIIP Counselor

  • Gift Shop Volunteer

  • Scholarship Committee

  • Safe Sitter Instructor

  • Medical Center Tours

Volunteer Benefits

  • Develop skills

  • Personal growth & development

  • Social interaction

  • Feeling of self-worth

  • Supporting needs in the community

  • Free cafeteria meal on days when volunteering four or more hours 

  • Annual flu shots and TB tests

How to Become a Volunteer

There are many opportunities for people of a variety of ages and backgrounds.  To become a volunteer, an application, interview, health exam, TB test (no charge to you) and orientation must be completed prior to the time you start your position. Please contact Jordan Crawford, Volunteer Services Coordinator, at (641) 782-3553.


Jordan Crawford

Volunteer Services Coordinator

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