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Volunteer Opportunities at Piedmont Walton

As of October 1, 2021, COVID vaccinations will be required for all volunteers unless there is a medical or religious exemption.

Volunteers at Piedmont Walton Hospital are a valuable part of our excellent healthcare team and are made up of adult volunteers and college students. They generously give their time and talents to provide assistance to patients, visitors and staff and are regularly rewarded with sincere thanks for their generous acts of kindness.

If you are interested in volunteering, more details can be found below.

*Please note: We do not have volunteer opportunities for high school students.


Adult Volunteers (ages 18+ and not in college)

Adults applying for volunteer service at Piedmont Walton Hospital will submit a completed volunteer application. Assignments are based on openings in the volunteer schedule, skills and interests of the applicant. Requirements include a background check, two consecutive two-step tuberculosis screenings, a flu shot during flu season and a COVID vaccination. Adult volunteers are required to make a minimum one-year commitment. Adults interested in applying for the program should review this document of important information before completing an application.
 

Becoming a New Volunteer at Piedmont Walton Hospital
 

Volunteer opportunities are available five days a week with some service areas available seven days a week, nights and weekends. We are currently accepting adult volunteer applications. Please print and complete the following application. You will also need to read the handbook and send a copy of the signed signature page with your application.
 

Download the Volunteer Application   Download the Volunteer Handbook

 

College Volunteers

College students may apply year-round by submitting a completed volunteer application. Requirements include a background check, two consecutive two-step tuberculosis screenings, a flu shot during flu season and a COVID vaccination. There will be a $35 fee for College Volunteers to cover the cost of your background check and PWH College Volunteer polo shirt to be worn while volunteering, which will be due at your interview. Letters of recommendation will be written upon request for those students who actively serve a minimum of 12 weeks and 36 hours.

College volunteer opportunities are available in the following service areas five days a week with some service areas available seven days a week, nights and weekends:

  • Anesthesia
  • Emergency
  • EVS/Housekeeping
  • ICU
  • Med/Surg Inpatient Units
  • Patient Experience
  • Pre-Op/PACU
  • Radiology
  • Respiratory

 

Download the College Volunteer Application
 

You can email the completed documents to Heather.Boyce@piedmont.org or mail them to: 

Piedmont Walton Hospital
Attn: Heather Boyce – Community Relations
2151 West Spring Street 
Monroe, Ga. 30655

Once all documents have been received, your application will be processed, and the Auxiliary / Volunteer Membership Chair will contact you to schedule an interview.

For more information about this program, please call Piedmont Walton’s Community Relations Department at 404.291.1396 or email Heather.Boyce@piedmont.org.

Note: The Volunteer Program is not an internship program, nor is it a means to obtain a job within the hospital. The Volunteer Program does not place community service volunteers.

 

Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Volunteers

The Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Program is separate from the Piedmont Walton’s Auxiliary / Volunteer Program. Chaplaincy and spiritual care are available at Piedmont Walton for people of all faiths and to those with no religious affiliation. Volunteer chaplains serve as members of the healthcare team working closely with nurses, physicians, social workers and others. Chaplaincy services include emergency and referral-based spiritual care for patients, their families, and hospital staff. Parties interested in applying for the program should review this document of important information before completing an application.
 

Becoming a New Chaplain at Piedmont Walton
 

All of our chaplains serve the hospital on an on-call basis.

Once an application is completed, requirements include an interview and orientation, as well as a background check, tuberculosis screenings, drug screening, a flu shot during flu season and a COVID vaccination.
 

Download the Chaplain Application Form   Download the Volunteer Handbook


You can email the completed documents to Heather.Boyce@piedmont.org or mail them to: 

Piedmont Walton Hospital
Attn: Heather Boyce – Community Relations
2151 West Spring Street 
Monroe, Ga. 30655

For more information, please call Piedmont Walton’s Community Relations Department at 404-291-1396, or email Heather.Boyce@piedmont.org.

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