As a Mark Twain Medical Center Volunteer you can join a team of people dedicated to high quality patient care conveyed with humankindness.
Employees and Volunteers at Mark Twain are committed to providing services to patients in a caring, respectful manner. We honor the individual worth and dignity of each patient and members of their family. Everyone at Mark Twain is mindful that each of our roles affects patients and their families in direct and vital ways, no matter how remote from patient care these roles may appear.
Volunteering can be fun, but it is also a serious commitment. Therefore, offer your services only if you intend to do your best, have the time and ability to do so, and can accept guidance and supervision with enthusiasm. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
Volunteers Are Trained in Needed Skills
Volunteers receive a comprehensive orientation and training period in specific areas of interest, including:
- Information Desk
- Family Medical Centers
- Emergency Services
- Medical Records
- Medical/Surgical Unit
- Workshop - making items for sale in Bazaar
Learn More About Becoming A Hospital Volunteer
If you are interested in becoming a hospital volunteer, please pick up a Volunteer Application Form at the hospital information desk. If you would like an application mailed to you, please contact:
Paul Mundy, Volunteer Coordinator