An Invitation to Volunteer...
Thank you for your interest in joining the dynamic volunteer team at Mercy Medical Center - Clinton! It is the kindness and warmth contributed by our Auxiliary volunteers that assists Mercy's staff in affording our patients with the best possible care and service.
The strength of the medical center is based on its traditions of excellence and caring, not only for our patients, but also for their loved ones. Our volunteers' service furthers our mission by giving time and talent to make a difference in the lives of every person who comes through our doors.
We feel confident that your experience as an Auxiliary volunteer at Mercy Medical Center Clinton will be most rewarding. I invite you to download the printable volunteer application or contact our office to begin the process.
Our goal is to assist you in finding a volunteer placement that will benefit the medical center and that you will enjoy. We look forward to meeting you. YOU are NEEDED!
The Mercy - Clinton Auxiliary Volunteers and Volunteer Department Staff
All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age to enter the program. Students, age 16 and 17, may qualify for student volunteer opportunities. Please contact us to learn more.
Getting started as a new Mercy Medical Center volunteer is a step-by-step process designed to ensure that all volunteers are oriented to hospital and volunteer department policies. To begin, please download the Volunteer Application and return to the address provided.
Helpful Tips for Volunteers:
- Know what you want to get out of volunteering. You can volunteer in order to make a contribution, advance your career, meet new friends, gain recognition, or simply enjoy the personal satisfaction that comes from helping others.
- Check the time it takes to do a particular volunteer job. How does the time commitment fit your schedule and lifestyle?
- Think about your skills, interests, and life experiences and how they could be useful in a volunteer setting.
- Be open and honest about your desire for meaningful and satisfying work.
- Be willing to give and take honest feedback in your volunteer job, and, when necessary, to be an advocate for change.
- Respect confidentiality related to your volunteer placement in all settings in your life.
- Most important of all, bring your heart and your sense of humor to your volunteer service, along with the enthusiastic spirit which is, in itself, a priceless gift.