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Volunteer at Pennock Hospital or for Pennock Hospice

Time....Its Most Valuable When Shared With Others! Donating your time as a volunteer with Pennock Hospital or Pennock Hospice can change your life and the life of others. Being a volunteer has the unique opportunity to help individuals during one of their greatest times of need. The simplest gestures can have a meaningful impact on someone and provide an enriching experience for you.

Once an individual has decided to give their time as a Pennock Hospital Volunteer, a Volunteer Services Coordinator will contact you to for placement in an assignment that meets interests, schedules, and the Hospital’s needs. The availability of some volunteer positions is dependent upon the needs of the hospital.


As a Pennock Hospice Volunteer, you become a member of a team that is dedicated to embracing patients and their families with care. Pennock Hospice volunteers are sensitive to the needs of others, helping in a variety of areas. Volunteers bring relief, comfort, and support to patients & families, as well as assistance to Hospice staff. Once your application has been submitted, the Pennock Hospice Volunteer Coordinator, Janice Cleary, will contact you directly.

 

Volunteer Perks:

Not only is becoming a Pennock Volunteer a great way to give back to your local community, becoming a Volunteer also provides some great perks! Serve your 4 hour Volunteer shift and take a free snack break in the Green Street Cafe, receive the free flu shot each year and obtain a discount initiation fee at Pennock's Health and Wellness Center! For more information, please feel free to contact Kendra Harthun at (269) 945-1212, ext. 1181.

 

 

Apply to Become a Volunteer

 

 

Thank you for expressing an interest in volunteering at Pennock Hospital! You may complete our online applications below. Once your application is submitted, it will be sent to Volunteer Services. If we are able to move forward with your generous request to volunteer at Pennock, the following will be required:

*A Tuberculosis (TB) test or proof of one completed within the last year. Pennock is able to provide one at our Occupational Medicine Department at the Pennock State Street Center. After the TB test is administered, it is necessary to return to the clinic within 2-3 days for results.

*A short orientation session will also be required before you begin volunteering.

Please feel free to contact Kendra Harthun, Events and Volunteer Coordinator, 269-945-1212 ext. 1181, if you have any questions! Thank you for your interest in our program and we will be in contact with you as we proceed.

 

 

Current Volunteer Openings

 

 

Online General Volunteer Application

 

 

Online Hospice Volunteer Application

 

 

 

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