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Published on August 12, 2015

Expanded Volunteer Opportunities at Milford Regional Medical Center

Volunteer opportunities are growing at Milford Regional Medical Center!

If you have a few hours a week to give, are friendly and outgoing, want to give back to your community, consider volunteering at Milford Regional. Some of the volunteer needs include visitor escort, lobby information, emergency department volunteer, wheelchair escorts and gift shop assistance.

Milford Regional has a particular need for volunteers to serve as emergency department visitor escorts. In this role, volunteers escort visitors from the emergency room lobby to see their family member who is a patient. Each shift is three hours, and shifts are available late morning, afternoon, evening and night any day of the week. This role is ideal for anyone looking to add steps to their day as it entails a lot of walking.

To apply, download a volunteer application at milfordregional.org and return it to Volunteer Services, or email Elaine Willey at ewilley@milreg.org.

All volunteers are screened and must provide character references and complete a criminal background check.


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