Share good health by volunteering at Surrey Memorial Hospital

Positions also available at the Jim Pattison Outpatient & Surgery Centre.

Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH) needs volunteers for the following:

• SMH Auxiliary: Lottery Booth Lotto sales and service, Monday and Thursday from 12:30-4 p.m. Applicant must be friendly and able to work with the public. Also must be comfortable handling cash and working with the lottery terminal. Training is provided.

• Penny Savers’ Thrift Shop (11961 82 Ave.) To perform a variety of functions. Various full and half-day shifts, Monday to Saturday.

• Emergency Support Service to complement the role of the Emergency Department by enhancing communication and providing comfort and support to patients, families, visitors and staff. Applicants must be mature (18+), assertive, self-motivated and have the ability to maintain confidentiality, exercise sound judgment in stressful situations and enjoy working with the public. Various four-hour shifts are available during weekdays.

• Jim Pattison Outpatient & Surgery Centre: Roles in several locations and departments, including a Cardiac Rehab Exercise Class assistants, Diabetic Education Classroom assistants, Medical Imaging hosts, Specialized Senior Clinic hosts, Maternity Program assistant, welcome and wayfinding, Health Promotion and Education volunteers, Pre-Admission Support volunteers and Breast Health Clinic hosts. Most shifts are two to four hours long. All volunteers at Jim Pattison Outpatient & Surgery Centre must be at least 18 years old.

Go to www.govolunteer.ca for more detailed volunteer position descriptions.

For further details or to apply, contact call 604-588-3381 or email volunteer.smh@fraserhealth.ca. To download an application form, visit www.fraserhealth.ca

 

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