United Hospital Center has two organizations that actively seek volunteers interested in supporting the mission of UHC. For those interested in participating as a volunteer, opportunities exist with both the Auxiliary to United Hospital Center and with WVU Medicine Hospice.

Information Desk:

Information desk volunteers answer questions visitors and callers have about the location of patients and hospital services. They also sort and deliver patient mail. Good communication, phone and computer skills are needed for this service.

Gift Shop:

Volunteers work in the retail environment as cashier, stocking, and selling. The proceeds from the Gift Shop are used to purchase needed equipment for the hospital. The Gift Shop carries all types of merchandise, flowers, books and gift items.

Critical Care Desk:

Volunteers are located at the desk inside the unit controlling the flow of visitors into the department, answering the phone, along with some clerical duties.

Care Partners:

If you like people and are interested in helping the patients at UHC you would enjoy making rounds to assist patients with non-clinical needs such as helping with meal trays, meal orders, assisting with the comfort of patients by getting them warm blankets, pillows, water or ice and in many other ways. If you are interested, please click on the application link and send it to us!

How to Get Started:

For more information about United Hospital Center Volunteer Opportunities, call 681-342-1640 or fill out the electronic application to volunteer click below.

Volunteer Opportunities

Adult Volunteer Application

Shadowing Application

High School Nurse Shadowing Application

Junior Volunteer:

Students ages 14-18 (Middle School and High School) may apply by downloading the printable application below. Please have your school counselor fill out the first page. Mail the completed application and you will be contacted for an interview.

Junior Volunteer Application

WVU Medicine Hospice Volunteers

Give a few hours each week to WVU Medicine Hospice and see just how much you gain from helping others. You’ll help patients, their families, visitors or the hospice staff. You might work closely with the patients and their families by providing companionship, love and understanding or you might help with the clerical work at the office, work on special projects, help with fund raising, the speakers’ bureau or assist with the bereavement program. Call today and become one of our much-needed volunteers.

For more information about WVU Medicine Hospice Volunteer Opportunities, call 681-342-1640, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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