Volunteer Services at UH Samaritan Medical Center

Volunteers are an essential part of the patient and family experience at UH Samaritan Medical Center. Our volunteers are committed to the mission of our hospital, to their community and want to give back in meaningful ways.

Volunteering at UH Samaritan is a great way to meet new people, make friends, and learn new skills. Volunteering increases physical activity, reduces stress and anxiety, and provides a sense of purpose.

Our Volunteer Services Department staff specializes in creating a personalized volunteer experience that enables our volunteers to use their individual skills, talents and abilities to make a difference.

Volunteer Opportunities

The volunteer program at UH Samaritan Medical Center may have a volunteer position to meet your needs. This list is updated frequently with the latest opportunities, so remember to check back often.

View Current Volunteer Opportunities

Getting Started

If you are interested in volunteering at UH Samaritan Medical Center, please complete the volunteer application.

If you are interested in joining the UH Samaritan Medical Center Auxiliary, please complete the auxiliary application.

A member of the Volunteer Services Department will contact you to discuss your application and volunteer opportunities.

Active Volunteer Benefits

  • Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon.
  • Length-of-service awards (5, 10, 15 20 years, etc.).
  • Free regular dose flu shots every fall.
  • Free coffee or tea for breaks when on-duty.
  • 20% discount in Sam’s Cafeteria for on-duty volunteers.
  • Inclusion in UH Samaritan Hospital employee picnic and holiday dinner, and opportunities to purchase discounted tickets.

For more information, please contact Janice Glenn, Volunteer Services Coordinator, at Janice.Glenn@UHhospitals.org (419) 207-7879.

Shadowing Program

UH Samaritan Medical Center also offers opportunities for those interested in a career in healthcare to shadow a UH employee and learn more about the medical field. Learn more about our observation program.

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