Volunteers at Baptist
Volunteering at Baptist Memorial Health Care is a great way to experience health care with professionals while helping others lead happier lives. Adult volunteers and VolunTeens (ages 14-18) work in patient care units, emergency departments, transportation, surgery and business offices. To find out more about volunteer opportunities, please contact one of our hospitals in the following areas:
Tennessee Volunteer Opportunities
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis Volunteer Services
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville Volunteer Services
Baptist Trinity Hospice Volunteer Services
Complete the application and fax to 901-415-3510.
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Huntingdon Volunteer Services
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Tipton Volunteer Services
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union City Volunteer Services
Arkansas Volunteer Opportunities
NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jonesboro
NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital and its patients benefit from the services of the hospital auxiliary. These volunteers provide the extra services that mean so much in terms of patient’s comfort and well-being. Auxiliary members can be readily recognized by their pink coats. Some of the services the auxiliary provides are staffing the information desk, delivering mail and flowers, operating the gift shop, providing a coffee cart,and assisting staff members with administrative duties. Volunteers may be any age. If you are interested in becoming part of our auxiliary, please call 870-972-7374.
Stephanie Taylor, NEA Baptist Volunteer Services
Mississippi Volunteer Opportunities
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Booneville Volunteer Services
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle Volunteer Services
Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi Volunteer Services
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County Volunteer Services
Baptist Hospice North Mississippi Volunteer Services
Experience Critical Program
As an Experience Critical volunteer, you are a liaison between emergency room patients and families in the waiting room and the ER staff at one of three participating Baptist hospitals.
Real People are Depending on You
You may help transport a critical patient to an exam room and in the next minute, update a worried visitor on a patient's status. Basically, you'll roll up your sleeves and do what is needed to be done.