At Doctors Hospital at Renaissance we have programs specifically designed for adults, college and hi
gh school students in which you will have an opportunity to help others and gain knowledge in the medical field.
We welcome and appreciate the contribution of the volunteers to assist in maintaining our excellent standard of care. Please feel free to fill out an application and let us match your skills and desires to our needs.
For more information about our volunteer opportunities please call:
Our Adult Volunteer Program offers community members who are 18 years of age and older opportunities to interact with patients at various levels of care, provide clerical or administrative support, or to assist hospital team members in other ways that reinforce the hospital's mission of delivering extraordinary patient care.
Currently, our available volunteer opportunities are restricted to weekdays, 8:00 AM -5:00 PM, in various clerical support settings.
Summer 2014 VolunTEEN Program
Each summer the hospital offers volunteer opportunities for teens 15-18 years of age. This program provides an excellent opportunity for students to interact with health care professionals and learn in a medical environment. Due to a large number of returning students, space in the program will be limited, so it is extremely important that your application be received by the deadline.
Summer 2014 Update
: Due to an overwhelming response from the students in our community, we are no longer accepting applications for the Summer 2014 VolunTEEN Program. We wish you much success with your future endeavors and encourage you to check our website in August for the chance to apply for the year-round VolunTEEN program.
The Rehab Center at Renaissance understands the importance of exploring career opportunities through observation. As a Student Observer you will be allowed to observe a rehabilitation professional in his/her work setting and ask them career related questions. This program is open to students, graduates or other adults interested in careers in physical, occupational or speech therapy. In certain instances, high school students can be appropriate for the structured observation program.
Applications are available upon request.