St. Francis Medical Center Transition to Capital Health

For more information on St. Francis Medical Center’s transition of services to Capital Health, click here.

Adult Volunteer Programs

Volunteers play a vital part in helping us enhance the patient experience every day. While this is a very rewarding experience, it also requires a significant commitment both in terms of service hours and the prerequisites that must be met as part of our process.

Volunteer Service Requirements

Volunteer Application: Online submission only.

Personal Interview: Meet with the manager of Volunteer Services for an interview and also learn more on the current available volunteering opportunities.

Service Hour Requirement: Volunteers are expected to commit to a minimum of 100 hours across 6 months. Hours may vary depending on the role or location (usually is 3-4 hours per week).

Medical Clearance: Provide immunization records for or undergo immunization screenings for:

  • Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR)
  • Chickenpox (Varicella)
  • Tuberculosis (Quantiferon bloodwork)
  • Flu shot if volunteering during flu season
  • Fully vaccinated for COVID -19 at the start of volunteering (2 dose series Pfizer/Moderna; 1 dose of Johnson and Johnson/Janssen) and Booster shot

Criminal Background Check: Will be run once all medical clearance is received. This includes Social Security number verification.

Orientation/Training: Orientation and on-site training must be attended to complete on boarding process.

Volunteer Opportunities at Capital Health

We have multiple opportunities available at both our Hopewell and Regional Medical Center campuses. Please click here to see a list of opportunities that are available at our hospitals.

If you have any questions, please contact the Volunteer Services department between 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 609-303-4023 or email [email protected].