Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers have played a critical role in hospitals for centuries, compassionately supplementing the services that staff provides to their patients, their families and guests. Volunteers also play an important role in patient satisfaction, adding a special dimension of personal service and care. Volunteering can be a source of pride, enjoyment and challenge. 

Benefits

  • A volunteer uniform will be provided,
  • For each shift served, you will receive one free meal in the hospital cafeteria
  • A free flu shot will offered once a year
  • Recognition during National Volunteer Week

Other Benefits:

  • A desire to help others
  • Maintaining an active life
  • Meet new people
  • Resume builder for re-entry into the workforce
  • Exposure to careers in health care

Jobs the volunteers might be doing include:

  • Greeting visitors
  • Involvement with community projects
  • Health screenings and health lectures
  • Staffing the gift shop and providing directions

Basic requirements:

  • Must have a TB test and substance abuse screening before placement begins
  • Attend hospital orientation, have hospital/departmental training
  • Adhere to volunteer uniform and dress standards
  • Adhere to our “Code of Conduct”
  • Be punctual and reliable, displaying dignity, courtesy and consideration for others
  • No volunteer can directly participate in or observe patient care without patient consent

Additional requirements for Adult Volunteers

Because the safety our employees, patients and other volunteers is a priority, a criminal background check is required (paid for by hospital). This requires a social security number.

Download Application

Adult Application
Teen Application

If you are looking for a challenge or new friends, volunteering at Bayfront Health Spring Hill may be the place for you to make a difference. For more information, call (352) 688-8200 ext 8300.