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Volunteering at MedCenter High Point

Volunteer with papersPlease consider volunteering with our hospital. Not only will you benefit from the personal satisfaction of helping others, you will be providing a valuable service for the people of our community.

When considering volunteer applications, we value teamwork, compassion, a caring attitude and respect for confidentiality. We invite you to explore the many opportunities our exceptional hospital has to offer.

Why Volunteer

For our volunteers, the opportunity to give is more than just the hours they spend at the hospital. Whether our volunteers have made another’s job easier, helped comfort a patient or assisted a family member, our volunteers say their experiences give them a strong sense of personal satisfaction beyond what they could have imagined.

Who Are We Looking For?

Our ideal volunteer candidate is someone who genuinely wants to serve others and make a difference in the daily lives of our patients, visitors and staff. Every assignment completed by a volunteer supports our efforts to provide exemplary care. Our ideal volunteer knows that there are no small tasks when it comes to serving others.

Available Opportunities

  • Greeter/Way Finder: Our first-impression volunteers assist the entrance desk with greeting and escorting visitors.
  • Clerical Projects/Department Assistants: For those volunteers who enjoy helping "behind the scenes," both short-term and long-term opportunities are available. Volunteers perform a wide range of support for various departments such as filing, collating, addressing and stuffing envelopes, answering phones and running errands

Volunteer Requirements

We ask that all of our adult volunteers commit to a minimum of 60 hours of service within a 12-month period, serving at least one two- to four-hour shift per week. Morning and afternoon shifts are available in most service areas. Evening and weekend shifts are available in some service areas.

How to Become a Volunteer


Attend a mandatory volunteer information session at:

Moses Cone Hospital

First Wednesday of each month
at Noon
Solarium (Central Wing, 3
rd Floor)


Third Wednesday of each month
at 5:30pm
Solarium (Central Wing, 3
rd Floor)

Our information sessions give potential volunteers an opportunity to learn more about the numerous opportunities and expectations related to volunteerism for MedCenter High Point.

Once you have attended a mandatory information session and your volunteer application has been accepted, you will be given information regarding our orientation program and available volunteer opportunities.

Teen and College Age Volunteers

Our teen and college age volunteer programs only accept participants during specific times of year. Please check the program details for specific information.