The hospital volunteering program is designated to a variety of age groups who are willing to devote their time in supporting the activities of hospital staff through assisting patients during their hospital stay. Volunteers can assist patients in many ways, including: spending time with chronic patients, organizing entertainment activities for pediatric patients, providing administrative support to employees in the delivery of patient care, etc.
Categories of Volunteers:
A volunteer can be any person above 17 years old willing to help without renumeration. Volunteers can be:School Students fulfilling their summer community service hours University Students Or any other individual (elderly, employee, etc..)
Age: above 17 years oldMedical Clearance: all volunteers shall fill a health screening form including the immunization record and negative tuberculosis test (within 12 months). If test is positive, a negative X-ray will be required. Volunteering Hours: volunteers are required to commit for at least 2 consecutive months. They must serve between 2 to 4 hours per week. Volunteers will receive a Volunteer Certificate at the end of service mentioning the number of hours served.
After attending one of the scheduled orientation sessions, a registration period will be assigned, where volunteers are interviewed by the hospital representative and submit an application form (including health screening form, identification papers, school/university letters if applicable).