Shore Friends Volunteer Program
Volunteer Program Mission Statement
To provide an opportunity for community involvement within our organisation and raise awareness of the services we provide to our community
Who can volunteer?
- People who have some available spare timeand who wish to help others
- People with a happy enthusiastic approach to life
- People who enjoy chatting or being with others
- People who enjoy being part of a team
- People who care about others
- People who want to make a difference
What are the benefits of volunteering?
- Volunteers work as valued members of the team
- Volunteers share and learn skills and abilities
- Volunteers meet new people and build friendships
- Volunteers enrich the world of others whilst enriching their own
- Volunteers make a difference
- Free parking for volunteer shifts
- Access to Ramsay employee club
How do I become a volunteer?
Contact North Shore Private Hospital 'Shore Friends' Co-ordinator on 8425 3168.
You will be asked to come to the Hospital to meet with us to talk about:
- Your interest in volunteering
- What you hope to gain from your volunteer experience
- Your preferred area of service
- Your available time and how we can best help you to become part of the North Shore Volunteer family
What are some of the jobs that volunteers can do?
- Talking with patients
- Assisting with their meals
- Freshening flowers
- Delivering newspapers and magazines
- Escorting patients from Reception
- Collation of files
- Data entry
- Tidying patient rooms
- Making up patient information packs
- Restocking trolleys
You can be assigned to one area of the Hospital or choose a volunteer job that takes you to a number of areas completing a variety of jobs.
Volunteering at North Shore Private Hospital
Shore Friends Volunteering Program commenced at North Shore Private in February 2009. One of our main aims is to provide an opportunity for community involvement and we value the contribution our volunteers make to the care of our patients.