Adult Volunteers Find a Location Find a Doctor Volunteer Services Why Volunteer Becoming a Volunteer Adult Volunteers College Volunteers High School Volunteers Volunteer Partners Testimonials Volunteer Positions Administrative Support Guest/Patient Services Patient Assistance Patient Technology Assistant Paws for Patients/Therapy Pet Program Retail Sales Specialized Volunteer Positions Current Volunteers Wish List/Item Donations St. Elizabeth Foundation In 2017, St. Elizabeth Healthcare averaged 1,243 volunteers filling hundreds of positions. Thank you for your interest in joining our team by becoming a volunteer. There is a minimum commitment of six months required for Adult Volunteers. If you are able to meet this commitment, please follow the process outlined below for how to become a Volunteer. 1. Print and complete our New Volunteer Packet. 2. Review our variety of Volunteer Positions. 3. Review the Medical Requirements listed below and obtain the necessary immunizations and/or records. Provide current Immunization Record Birthdate prior to 1957: No immunization record required. Birthdate of 1957 or after: Obtain proof of immunizations. We require proof of two Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) and two Varicella immunizations, or proof that you have had the disease, as well as documentation of the Tdap (Pertussis/Whooping Cough) vaccination. All Volunteers are required to obtain an Influenza Vaccine each Flu Season (September - April) If you have already received the influenza vaccine for the current flu season, please provide a copy of this record to the Volunteer Services office. If you have not already received the influenza vaccine, Volunteer Services will provide you with information on how to receive one from St. Elizabeth Healthcare. 4. Complete the Online Volunteer Application. 5. Call to schedule a Placement Interview at the location you are most interested in: Edgewood: (859) 301-2140 Florence/Grant: (859) 212-5375 Ft. Thomas/Covington: (859) 572-3166 St. Elizabeth Physicians: (859) 344-3730 6. Complete Hospital Orientation (information provided at Placement Interview). 7. Start Volunteering!