To become a volunteer at Woodstock Hospital you must first complete the application process. Once the following steps are complete we will work together on selecting a placement and arrange training for you.
1 - Application Form and References (two required)
2 - Interview
Once you have submitted your application form and two references, we will contact you to arrange an interview. At this time we will talk about your experience, interests, availability/schedule and answer any questions you may have.
3 - Health Screening
A health screening is mandatory for all applicants. Following acceptance, proof of immunizations and a two-step T.B. skin test is required. You will receive a health clearance checklist outlining what is needed. Please note that there is an out-of-pocket expense for the T.B. test. Fees range from approximately $30-$90 depending on where you go for the T.B. test.
4 - Orientation and Training
Following the interview, you will receive an invitation to attend the next scheduled hospital orientation. Here you will learn about hospital policies, procedures, information about safety and security, infection control, confidentiality and privacy. Training within your role will be scheduled with an experienced volunteer or a staff member.
Adults: 6-12 months and/or 125 hours
High School Students: 9 months (60 hours minimum)
Post-Secondary Students: 10-12 weeks minimum
Participate in educational sessions, training opportunities or departmental meetings as required.
Submitting an application package and attending an interview does not guarantee a volunteer placement.
Before you apply, have you read the Requirements & Commitment above?
The application package consists of an overview of the application process and volunteer roles, the volunteer application form and two (2) hospital reference check forms. To receive an application package, contact the Coordinator of Volunteer Services or click here. Please submit your application by fax, mail or as an e-mail attachment to email@example.com.