What is a Volunteer?
A volunteer at TriStar Skyline Medical Center is a special person who offers his or her time to help others. Our Volunteers are important because they provide many extra services that supplement the duties of the professional staff... services that add to the comfort, care and overall wellbeing of the patient.
What does a Volunteer get out of it?
We hope believe that by being a becoming a TriStar Skyline Volunteer, you will:
- Develop new interests
- Make new friends
- Grow in understanding
- Use your many talents
- And most of all, receive the chance to enjoy the satisfaction that comes from helping others.
Types of services Volunteers often perform:
- Deliver flowers and mail to patients
- Deliver mail
- Care-A-Van services - driving a "golf type" cart with visitors to the front door
- Own and operate the Sales clerks in the volunteer owned and operated Gift Shoppe
- Visiting all the newly admitted patients
- Provide Volunteer Chaplain Services to the patients and staff (by current and retired clergy)
- Patient Information Desk Volunteers answer phones, and provide room numbers for visitation and offer directions
- Entrance Greeters escort patients and visitors to their treatment areas
- Volunteer assistance in all waiting areas throughout the hospital
- Volunteers assist nurses in by stocking patient room supplies
- Transport patients by Check out wheelchairs to visitors other areas of the hospital
- Assist with special hospital functions like the American Red Cross Blood Drives
- Volunteers serve on the Skyline Auxiliary Board of Directors and hold various offices
- Assist with fundraisers
- Any other duties requested that can be helpful to staff, patients and visitors
For more information on how to become a Volunteer at TriStar Skyline Medical Center, please call (615) 769-2200 for an application packet.