Volunteer at CHI Health and make a difference in the lives of others.
Volunteering at CHI Health is an excellent way to make a difference, not just in the lives of others, but also in your own. Whether you are a part of a community-minded group or a concerned individual aware of the difference one person can make, we have many fulfilling opportunities for volunteers at any of our CHI Health hospitals. Apply to be a volunteer today. After submitting your form, you can expect a response within 3 business days.
Who we are
- We are volunteers who work in partnership with CHI Health to ensure its mission is carried out in the community and surrounding areas.
- We provide high quality volunteer service to the patients, families, visitors, medical staff and associates of CHI Health .
- We encourage diversity among the volunteers that will reflect the community CHI Health serves.
- We explore programs of vision which enhance CHI Health services, and develop fund-raising strategies to initiate and support those programs.
- We have opportunities for personal growth through meaningful educational experiences and recognition.
- CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy
- CHI Health Good Samaritan
- CHI Health Immanuel
- (402) 572-2132
- CHI Health Lakeside
- CHI Health Mercy Council Bluffs
- CHI Health Mercy Corning
- CHI Health Midlands
- CHI Health Nebraska Heart
- CHI Health Schuyler
- CHI Health St. Elizabeth
- CHI Health St. Francis
- CHI Health St. Mary's
What we do
As adolescent and adults, we touch the lives of others by giving of our time, knowledge and skills in the following areas:
- Administration: clerical support typing, filing
- Admitting: recordkeeping, clerical support
- CHI Health Home Care
- Auxiliary Fund Raisers
- Behavioral Services: clerical support
- Maternity: assisting with non-medical patient needs
- Business Services: clerical support
- Arts and Crafts: making craft items
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Critical care waiting
- Dietetic Services: kitchen aide
- Emergency Services: clerical support and assisting with non-medical patient needs
- Escort/Messenger Service: transporting patients, mail and flowers
- Gift Shop: sales clerk
- Heritage Center
- Hospitality House
- Hospitality: welcoming patients and families, staffing the hospitality cart
- Human Resources: clerical support
- Immanuel Fontenelle Home Information Desk
- Information: providing patient room numbers and direction to visitors
- Child Care: helping children with their activities
- Non-clinical patient care pastoral services
- Nursing Services: assisting with non-medical patient needs
- Occupational Health
- Physical Therapy
- Patient escort services
- Radiology: clerical support
- Surgery Services: assisting patients and their families
- Wellness Center
What we can do for you
As a volunteer at CHI Health, you will participate in promoting the welfare of our hospitals and our patients. You will enjoy many personal benefits as well, including:
- Free Flu Shot
- Free TB Test
- New friendships
- New interests
- New skills
- Service to the community
- Experience and references for future placements
- Inclusion in the hospital and volunteer activities
- Free and reserved parking
- Tax credit for travel
- Job enrichment opportunities
- Meal compensation
- Gift Shop discounts
- Free blood pressure screening
As a volunteer at CHI Health, you will participate in promoting the welfare of our hospitals and our patients. Requirements include:
- 1-year commitment
- A smile and a friendly attitude
- Annual Flu Shot (paid for by CHI Health)
- Annual TB Test (paid for by CHI Health)
- Background check
- Volunteer candidates are required to submit to a drug screen upon initial interview. This is done at no cost to you.
You can learn new skills, develop leadership qualities, open the door to new friendships, and have a positive experience by becoming a member of an CHI Health Teen Volunteer Program. Here are some facts about the Teen Volunteer Program:
- Teen volunteers receive complete training; they do not provide any hands on patient care.
- To be a teen volunteer, you must attend the orientation sessions.
- You will be assigned to a service area after orientation.
- Teen volunteer shifts are available after school on weekdays and also on weekends.
- A minimum of one year commitment is required!
- You must be 14 years of age to be a teen volunteer. You will be asked to show proof of age.
- Duties vary according to the areas of the hospital which you are assigned.