Volunteer Opportunities & Benefits
Cullman Regional Medical Center Adult Volunteers offers opportunities to adults 18 years of age and older in various areas throughout the hospital including Guest Relations, Medical Day Hospital, One Day Surgery, Marketing, Community Education Center and many more. Adult Volunteers perform a variety of duties including but not limited to sitting with patients, setting up for events or completing clerical office work.
The CRMC Auxiliary supports the work of CRMC by fundraising for special needs in the hospital and by offering healthcare scholarships for local students. The Auxiliary also purchases and delivers daily newspapers to our guests in addition to running errands throughout the hospital.
Hospice of Cullman County Volunteers
Volunteers are a vital part of the Hospice of Cullman County team. There are many volunteer opportunities available and all of them are very important. Some of the opportunities available through Hospice of Cullman County, include:
Requirements for Volunteers
- Patient Care Volunteers
These volunteers assist caregivers with running errands, chores, shopping, meal preparation, visiting or providing breaks for the caregiver. These volunteers share a cup of coffee, hold a hand, visit the patient and caregiver or provide a listening ear for patients and caregivers.
- Office Volunteers
These volunteers answer telephones, make copies and assist with filing and large mailings.
- Bereavement Volunteers
These volunteers work with survivors who have recently experienced the loss of their loved one and help them through the grieving process.
- Resource Volunteers
These volunteers typically have a professional degree or expertise and are willing to share this knowledge with Hospice of Cullman County patients and their families.
- Special Projects Volunteers
These volunteers provide assistance with projects including fundraisers, crafts, holiday celebrations and more.
- Bi-lingual Volunteers
These volunteers translate for the Hospice staff and/or patients and their family, particularly Spanish-English language skills.
- Volunteer Professional Hair Stylists
These volunteers style hair for patients and/or caregivers, particularly for patients that want to attend special events while in Hospice care.
Benefits of Volunteering
- Serve at least four hours weekly
- Complete a personal interview at the Volunteer Office
- Agree to a one-year commitment
As a gesture of appreciation, CRMC offers various benefits to our volunteers.
Some of these include:
- Free Cafeteria meals while working
- Gift Shop discounts
- Free annual TB test
- Free flu shots
- Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon
Volunteers also get to participate in hospital-wide programs such as: picnics, National Hospital Week, Employee Christmas Celebrations, etc.