Volunteering at Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital is a rewarding and enriching experience. Our volunteers are committed community members who care about making a difference in the lives of others. We invite you to share your skills and talents.
Benefits of volunteering include:
- Making new friends.
- Receiving personal satisfaction and fulfillment.
- Developing new skills and interests.
- Gaining experience in a healthcare setting.
- Receiving community recognition for rewarding contributions.
- Helping those in need.
In addition to the personal satisfaction you gain from your service work, we enjoy thanking you for your generosity with these volunteer benefits:
- A complimentary meal for each shift served.
- Gift shop discount of 10%.
- Free flu shots when available.
- Free annual TB screening.
- Free uniform shirt annually.
- Recognition activities to let you know how much you are appreciated.
Our volunteers work in many every areas of the hospital including the Information Desk, Gift Shop, Surgery Waiting Room, Emergency Room and other patient care areas. We also offer service opportunities in our ancillary offices, and ambassador positions at special hospital events. Inquire about joining the Tempe St. Luke's Volunteer Auxiliary to take a leadership role in high impact services such as Patient Comfort, Scholarships and Spiritual Care. We have day, afternoon and evening shifts available to meet your scheduling needs. in all areas.
In-hospital volunteers must be at least age 16 for most positions, and age 18 or over for assignment to the Emergency Department. All applicants must be 14 or older. We do not require special skills or educational levels. Our program is designed to help you make the most of the skills you already possess and to develop your abilities. Interested parties are invited to apply by completing a Volunteer Application and Agreement. To become a volunteer you will need to complete an application available at the Information Desk or you may apply online. Volunteer Services reviews applications in order of date received, and interviews applicants presenting the best match for open positions. All volunteers are required to pass a background, health and drug screen, all provided for you at no charge as our commitment to your health and safety. Your training includes a general volunteer orientation and training sessions in your assigned area of service.
How To Apply
Click here to open and print a Volunteer Application and Agreement. Please return your signed form to Tempe St. Luke's Hospital, Attn: Volunteer Services Coordinator. If you have questions, contact the Tempe St. Luke’s Volunteer Services Coordinator, Jeanne McMenimen, at (602) 251-8228 for an application.