Various departments. Assist staff with filing, photocopying, collating educational materials/correspondence, faxing, running errands for staff as needed.
Volunteer Opportunities at Volunteer at Community Hospital Long Beach
Provide patients and families with a friendly visitor. Volunteers need to be self-confident and skilled at reflective listening. Additional training required.
Volunteers assist staff in the daily operation of the ER Department. Volunteer provides services that help maintain a friendly, calm and sympathetic atmosphere for patients and their families. Duties include photocopying, making beds and passing water, magazines and other comfort items. Must be a good communicator and be willing to have personable conversations with patient’s and their families. Well organized person who can handle a high paced environment.
Please note: Shift hours may vary at each medical center. For more information, please contact the Volunteer Office at the location nearest you.
Volunteer must have good customer service skills, phone etiquette, and some retail experience. Volunteer will operate cash register, administer correct change and follow accounting procedures. Volunteer will provide customer service and assist in gift selection, opening and closing of gift shop, and complete daily deposits.
Note: Shift may vary at each medical center.
Volunteers must greet all visitors and staff and have an outgoing and friendly disposition. Volunteer serve as receptionists at information desk locations throughout the facility, directing visitors to areas in the hospital, answering telephones, giving information, receiving and coordinating deliveries for patients.
Assists patients in filling out their menu for the following day. Delivers completed menus to Food Service.
Volunteer will personally assist and escort Pet Therapy Teams into rooms, tracking visitors and hand sanitizing. Volunteer should have an extroverted, mature, friendly, helpful personality and be willing to have personable conversations with staff, visitors and patients. Must have a warm and outgoing personality and must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time.