With many different areas to choose from, you can find a volunteer opportunity that fits your skills and interests. We welcome volunteers of all ages and request a minimum of one four-hour shift per week. Areas of service include:
- Ambulatory/Special procedures
- Diagnostic imaging
- Emergency department
- Gift shop
- Information desk
- Infusion center
- Patient relations
- Surgery liaison
Our student program gives high school students a chance to discover the rewards and challenges of working in a medical facility. The program is open to young people who are at least 16 years of age.
The hospice volunteers program make a difference in the final days of a patient's life and help reduce the stress on family and friends. Regular training sessions are available for those who wish to contribute to this meaningful program.
For more information about these services please contact Sutter Auburn Faith VNA & Hospice at (530) 886-6650.
Benefits of Volunteering
"There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up." — John Andres Holmes
Volunteering is a wonderful gift that can be given to patients and the community. Volunteers meet new people, make new friends, use their skills and acquire new ones. They feel a sense of accomplishment and perhaps the most important benefit is the satisfaction of knowing they are contributing to their community and making a difference.
Volunteering at Sutter Roseville Medical Center is fun, it’s rewarding, and it’s a way to make a difference in someone’s life every single day.
Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital
Volunteer Services Office
(530) 888-4500, ext. 5004