Moore Regional Hospital
At Moore Regional Hospital the Administrative Director of Guest Services is responsible for the department and a Volunteer Manager and Office Coordinator help support daily program operations. It is the responsibility of the Volunteer Services staff to interview each prospective volunteer in order to evaluate the volunteer’s needs and interests and then assign the volunteer to a suitable service area and provide adequate orientation, training and recognition. For more information on Volunteer Services at Moore Regional, call (910) 715-1266.
Provides retail support by assisting customers with purchase choices. Involves utilizing the shop point of sale system. Shop proceeds benefit the Clara McLean House. Various shifts available.
Surgical Waiting Volunteer
Serves as a liaison between patient care staff and visitors waiting on loved ones in surgery. Thursday afternoon (noon - 4 p.m.) shift available.
Golf Cart Driver
Transport patients and visitors to and from outpatient registration parking area to admissions entrance.
Assist nursing staff with patient’s preparation for surgery and procedures (not requiring special training); stock patient room supplies; provide clerical support to Outpatient Services staff. Morning shifts available.
Hospital Elder Life Program
Provide non-clinical patient care activities for predetermined elder patient population in order to assist in maintaining patient cognitive orientation.
At Richmond Memorial Hospital the Gift Shop/Volunteer Services Manager provides volunteer leadership and program coordination. . It is the responsibility of the Volunteer Services staff to interview each prospective volunteer in order to evaluate the volunteer’s needs and interests and then assign the volunteer to a suitable service area and provide adequate orientation, training and recognition. For more information on Volunteer Services at Richmond Memorial Hospital call (910) 417-3432.
Day, evening and weekend shifts available.
Morning, evening and weekend shifts available.
Friendly Visitor/Magazine Cart
Morning shifts available.
Day shifts available.
At Montgomery Memorial Hospital the Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for the volunteer program. It is the responsibility of the volunteer program staff to interview each prospective volunteer in order to evaluate the volunteer’s needs and interests and then assign the volunteer to a suitable service area and provide adequate orientation, training and recognition. For more information on Volunteer Services at Montgomery Memorial Hospital call (910) 571-5020.
Main Entrance Greeters
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; Thursdays, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. or 1-4 p.m.
Wednesdays or Thursdays, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Moore Regional-Hoke Campus
The Administrative Director of Guest Services at Moore Regional is responsible for the volunteer services program at MRH-Hoke Campus. It is the responsibility of the Volunteer Services staff to interview each prospective volunteer in order to evaluate the volunteer’s needs and interests and then assign the volunteer to a suitable service area and provide adequate orientation, training and recognition. For more information on Volunteer Services at MRH-Hoke Campus, call (910) 715-1266.
Looking for reception volunteers to meet, greet and escort patients and visitors. An active job that involves great customer service skills! If interested, please contact Volunteer Services at (910) 715-1266 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. When contacting us please specify that you wish to volunteer on the Hoke campus.
Clara McLean House
New volunteer opportunities at the Clara McLean House frequently become available. They include:
- House Volunteers
- Group Volunteers
- Special Events Volunteers
Requirements & Application
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Successfully complete application/interview process
- Complete initial health screening and annual TB skin test provided by FirstHealth Employee Health
- Complete Clara McLean House orientation, which includes a one-day classroom session and an on-site “shadowing” orientation (with length tailored to individual needs)
- Time commitment: At least six hours per month (two three-hour shifts) for the first six months and one three-hour shift per month thereafter
- Attend required continuing education sessions
For more information or to apply to be a volunteer, contact:
Laura Kuzma, Foundation Volunteer Coordinator
Clara McLean House
20 FirstVillage Dr.
Pinehurst, NC 28374
Morning coffee/breakfast bar
Arriving early to set up/clean up and interact with guests in the family area
Monthly afternoon tea service to guests and visitors
“Back office” assistance including phone, computer and mailings
Providing docent-quality tours of the Clara McLean House and Healing Garden to special groups and visitors
Ongoing monitoring/arrangement of resource materials, borrowing procedures and computer assistance to guests researching medical information, accessing e-mail and performing business functions
Children’s play area
Ongoing monitoring/arrangement of toys, games and activities for the spectrum of developmental levels, with special attention to safety, cleanliness and toy replacement
Volunteers who inspect and report maintenance needs on a scheduled basis and perform minor house maintenance such as light bulb and filter replacement
Volunteers who pick up house supplies or items for guests
Volunteers who keep brochures stocked in waiting areas at the hospital and assist with newsletter and other house publications
Volunteers who provide garden maintenance under the supervision of Healing Garden volunteer leaders; cutting and arranging flowers from the cutting garden to be used throughout the house
Accomplished pianists who will keep the house filled with music by volunteering to play the beautiful piano donated by a local family
Community groups may provide a much-appreciated home-cooked meal for families staying at the house. Groups may also contribute a program such as music and dance performing arts, visual arts, health/fitness activities, games, cookie or muffin baking, devotional programs, computer training, quilting, knitting and other crafts.
Special Events Volunteers
- Decorate the house for special occasions
- Provide educational programs for guests or volunteer staff
- Provide fundraising activities – assisting with major events or third-party fundraisers within civic groups, school children, church groups, etc.
- Coordinate community involvement – helping contact/schedule organizations that can contribute a program or activity
FirstHealth Hospice and Palliative Care
FirstHealth Hospice & Palliative Care needs committed, caring volunteers who can be trusted to maintain professional boundaries and respect patient confidentiality.
We offer flexible, comprehensive training and work schedules for all volunteer positions. No prior hospice experience is required.
To become a volunteer, an individual must complete an application and the interview process. Our goal is to match the volunteer's needs, experience and talents with the volunteer position that is right for him or her.
For more information, call (910) 715-6000 or (866) 861-7485 toll-free.
Provide companionship for lonely patients, provide emotional support for patients, their caregivers and their families , sit with patients for a few hours to allow a caregiver to take a break , run errands for patients/caregivers and deliver supplies.
Patient/Family Volunteers at the Hospice House
Read to patients , provide caregiver respite , facilitate life review , assist with light day-to-day patient support duties (i.e. deliver menus, flowers, reading materials; restock warmers & linen closets; assist with packet preparation).
Kitchen Volunteers at the Hospice House
Support chef in an industrial kitchen during meal prep following applicable policies and procedures.
Gift Shop Volunteers
Assist customers with selecting merchandise, assist customers with purchasing merchandise and stock/restock items.
Provide general administrative support for the FirstHealth Hospice & Palliative Care office with tasks targeted to volunteer interests and skill level.
Receptionist Volunteers at the Hospice House Evening Shifts 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Greet visitors , answer phones , answer call bells , provide emotional support to visitors, provide family tours of the common area of the hospice house, assist visitors in navigating the common areas of the hospice house , and follow staff direction.
Special Project Volunteers
Run routine errands for administration, shop for events, bereavement support group refreshments, office supplies and hospice house supplies, deliver flowers, assist at periodic hospice events or community events.
Provide ongoing emotional support and companionship for a family member/caregiver following the death of a patient.
Light Keeper Volunteers
Sit with patients who are actively dying. This is an advanced opportunity requiring additional training and experience.