St. Rita's Volunteer / Auxiliary Resources
St. Rita's is blessed to have a dedicated corps of volunteers. With a legacy of caring, volunteers have been a part of St. Rita's since it opened its doors in 1918. Today, there are approximately 625 volunteers (400+ adults, 70 college students and 150 teens) giving their time and talents in over 90 areas of the Medical Center.
A wide range of volunteer assignments are available to suit your individual needs, interests, skills, career goals, and time schedule. Opportunities such as transporting patients in wheelchairs, escorting patients and visitors, and delivering mail and flowers to patients are just a few of the many services given by our active volunteers. There are also many less strenuous opportunities such as staffing one of the many information desks on the main campus, as well as the Putnam County and Delphos Ambulatory Care Centers. Some of the "Special Programs" offered are: Eucharistic Ministers, Patient Pride Program, Emergency Department and Hospice Program.
St. Rita’s Volunteer / Auxiliary operates the Gift Shop in the main lobby in addition to various fundraising events such as craft bazaars and jewelry sales. Their events financially support programs and services throughout the Medical Center. This is an active, innovative group that is always looking for new members with creative ideas.
St. Rita’s Medical Center Volunteer /Auxiliary Resources is a not-for-profit service organization dedicated to promoting the welfare of St. Rita’s Medical Center. The major functions of the organization are:
- To maintain an adequate and competent in-service volunteer corps whose services supplement and support the work of the medical center staff and contribute to the well-being of patients, families, and visitors.
- To give members of our community an opportunity to be of service to others by offering their time, talents and supplying a caring attitude and extra pair of helping hands.
- To provide a more thorough understanding of St. Rita’s Medical Center, its missions and services, and to promote its place in our communities by serving as a liaison to the public.
- To conduct fund raising projects to support development projects.
Benefits of Volunteering:
- Gain Valuable Caring Experience
- Free Parking While Volunteering - Including Valet for Adults
- One Free Meal in the Cafeteria
- Free Flu Immunization
- Adult Annual Recognition Banquet
- Letters of Recommendation
- Fitness Center
- Discount Movie Passes
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Discount on Unpaid Hospital Bills (For Those Working 100 Hours per Year)
If you are interested in volunteering in a caring and friendly organization where you will make a difference, and make new friends, call us today or click on the appropriate link below to complete an application on-line Adult applicationCollege/Technical application
Shadowing applicants please call 419-226-9409 for a shadowing application. Click Here
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