Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley is currently accepting volunteer applications for adult and junior volunteers.
Becoming a Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley volunteer is easy!
To apply, please complete the volunteer application today!
High school students should use this application as well (when available), but please make sure to select the type "high school student" and enter the name of your school and graduation year where requested. Once your application has been received, you will be contacted for next steps.
Studies show that those who volunteer are frequently happier and more content, and they often find new friendships and expand their horizons in ways they never expected.
Caring and Compassion
Just ask any of the more than 250 Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley volunteers if they enjoy their work. For more than 60 years, these caring men and women have unselfishly given their time and talent to help patients and visitors at Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley medical facilities.
Being a volunteer requires a commitment, but Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley offers a variety of positions that are sure to fit your schedule. Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley volunteers are:
- Minimum 6-month commitment and 100 hours of service.
- At least 16 years of age
To apply to volunteer, click here.
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Tri-Valley volunteer opportunities!
Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley volunteers are involved in a variety of activities throughout the health system including: visiting patients through the Ambassador program, escorting wheelchair patients, delivering flowers, volunteering in the Gift Shop, directing visitors at our information desks, working in our outpatient surgery center and emergency services, transporting lab specimens and helping staff members in different departments throughout the hospital. You will also find volunteers visiting with patients in our Cancer Center.
We make every attempt to match a volunteer's interest and skills to specific assignments keeping in mind the greatest needs of the organization and how we can best support the patient experience. Volunteers do not shadow, observe or provide clinical services (intern/externship), or participate in research positions.
See a complete listing of all volunteer service position descriptions!