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Download and complete forms below to join our volunteer team!
Please complete one of our online application forms:
Junior Volunteer Application
Adult Volunteer Application
Required for completion by ALL VOLUNTEERS:
Physician Consent Form
Required for completion by STUDENT VOLUNTEERS:
Student Volunteer Sponsor Evaluation
Palisades Medical Center Volunteer Services
You're just the person we've been looking for...
Palisades Medical Center volunteers are diverse in their backgrounds and ages. But the one thing that all PMC volunteers have in common is their generosity. They are always eager to give of themselves to enrich the lives of our patients, staff and visitors.
We invite you to join our team of dedicated volunteers to ensure that Palisades Medical Center continues to provide world-class care for our community.
Benefits of Volunteering
By volunteering, you can make a difference in many lives — including your own. Studies have shown that people who volunteer live longer, healthier and happier lives.
Other benefits include:
- Job and college references after completing 80 hours of service
- Recognition at the Annual Volunteer Luncheon
- Free Parking
Ways You Can Volunteer
Help make patients feel more comfortable by spending quality time with them, providing transport services and running errands.
Meal Mate Program
Assist patients who are unable to feed themselves. Flexible hours are available (one or two hours per meal).
Work the cash register and Lottery machine in our popular Gift Shop, which is open daily from 9:00am to 7:00pm.
Lend a helping hand to office staff.
Programs For Teens
Palisades Medical Center is the perfect place for local high school students to volunteer, thanks to our flexible scheduling and summer volunteer opportunities. By volunteering, students can make their college applications stand out from the rest by building on their resume of activities. Local students also fulfill their high school community service requirements by volunteering at Palisades.
- Be in good health
- Be 15+ years of age and have successfully completed first year of high school
- Have a desire to work with others
- Be available to volunteer at least three hours each week (flexible hours available)
- Be able to attend orientation
For more information, please call Denise Whitley, Coordinator of Volunteer Services, at (201) 854-5011.