Volunteer Services

Volunteering at St. Elizabeth Healthcare is a commitment that not only helps others, but is personally rewarding too. We look forward to connecting with you.

Our Volunteers

Make A Difference

On average, over 1,400 different individuals volunteer throughout St. Elizabeth Healthcare and log over 115,000 hours every year.

Our volunteers range from high school students to adults in their 90s. More than 150 of these individuals have volunteered for 10 or more years.

Why do they do it? Because they are passionate about their role in making a positive difference in the patient experience.

We invite you to explore our webpage to discover why you should volunteer, what positions we offer, and the steps to become a Volunteer at St. Elizabeth.

Our Volunteers Make A Difference

On average, over 1,400 different individuals volunteer throughout St. Elizabeth Healthcare and log over 115,000 hours every year.

Our volunteers range from high school students to adults in their 90s. More than 150 of these individuals have volunteered for 10 or more years.

Why do they do it? Because they are passionate about their role in making a positive difference in the patient experience.

We invite you to explore our webpage to discover why you should volunteer, what positions we offer, and the steps to become a Volunteer at St. Elizabeth.

Intersted in Volunteering?

Click on the age group that best identifies the Volunteer Program that you are interested in.

Adult Volunteers

College Volunteers

High School Volunteers

Volunteer Partners

News & Updates

Volunteer Spotlight: The Kent Sisters

The Kent Sisters: Kira, Mia and MarisaKira, Mia, and Marisa Kent have accumulated more than 740 hours of service through the St. Elizabeth High School Volunteer Program and in doing so have deepened their appreciation for and desire to work in healthcare.

Kira began volunteering in 2020 and continued throughout her high school career. She is now a Personal Care Assistant on 3C Pulmonary in Edgewood.

“I tried a bunch of things before a friend recommended volunteering at St. Elizabeth. I have been here ever since, now as an employee. I’m now a freshman at EKU studying Nursing. Volunteering helped me determine my career.”

Inspired by their sister, Mia and Marisa began volunteering shortly afterward. Mia shares, “I love that I am here with my sisters. And as volunteers, we are really welcomed by all of the staff. Everyone is so nice.”

The Kent sisters have volunteered in nine different departments within St. Elizabeth. Marisa encourages her peers to try volunteering: “You should just do it. It always ends up being rewarding. It can be fun and exciting. Don’t be afraid to try new things.”

 

We look forward to connecting with you!

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