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Volunteer
At this time we are unable to take any new volunteers due to being in the red zone.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering opportunities at Western Wisconsin Health! Our volunteers are an extended part of our staff and are a reflection of who we are as an organization. Your time and dedication enhances the quality of care we can provide to those we serve. Whether you want to give back to the community, learn about potential career opportunities, or fill your time with purpose and meaning, we welcome you!

Volunteering at Western Wisconsin Health is an opportunity for you to share your time and talents, develop new skills, learn about a variety of health care professions, and meet new friends. Our volunteers are an integral part of our mission to build a healthier tomorrow and we are so grateful for their dedication and hearts.

Please note the following requirements:

To become a Western Wisconsin Health volunteer:

  1. Complete our volunteer application (must be at least 16).  Click here to submit your application.
  2. For the safety of all, we do respectfully request that all interested volunteer candidates have both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine completed along with booster. These will need to be on file with our employee health records.
  3. In addition, all volunteers will have to take precautions while volunteering, including but not limited to hand hygiene, masking/PPE and additional precautions training.
  4. After receiving your volunteer application, volunteer services will contact you about next steps.
  5. If selected for a volunteer position, you will meet with employee health for a brief health screening. This will include a review of your immunizations (MMR, Varicella, COVID-19 and a TB Gold test which is a screening for tuberculosis).
  6. A criminal background check will be conducted if you are over the age of 18.
  7. We do ask for a six month commitment.
  8. Once the prescreening process has been completed, you will be scheduled for a hospital orientation and departmental training. Then you will be ready to begin your volunteer position!

Benefits of being a Western Wisconsin Health Volunteer:

  1. Flexible Schedule
  2. Great Staff to work with
  3. Free gym membership and pool membership
  4. 10% Discount at the Optical and Pharmacy Shop (over the counter)
  5. Free meal and beverage with any shift worked, coffee/tea too!
  6. Invitation to special events and recipient of weekly internal newsletter
  7. Volunteer recognition

Types of Volunteer Positions at Western Wisconsin Health:

  1. Administration – Support to administrative staff, employee health, occupational health screenings on and off site.
  2. Community Garden – Oversee Community Garden maintenance to ensure a beautiful, weed free thriving garden May through October.
  3. Fitness Center Instructors – Facilitate classes in studio – yoga, cycling 
  4. Knitting, Crocheting and Sewing – Done from home, knitting and crocheting Baby hats and sacs for our birth center along with Cancer Center gloves, hats and scarves. Sewing small fidget blankets for our Occupational Therapy Patients.  Patterns for baby hats and sacs as well as fidget blankets provided.
  5. Med Surg Hospitality – Helping our nursing team with visitors and other needs within med surg (inpatient area)
  6. Music Appreciation – Playing your stringed instrument in our atrium once a week
  7. Pet Therapy – Therapy Dogs International Certified teams visiting patients, guests and staff in the atrium. Say hello, see a trick and receive a trading card from your favorite furry animals at WWH! 
  8. Valet Transportation – As patients arrive in the WWH parking lot, our Volunteer golf cart driver will pick our patients up, take them to the building and back to their car after their appointment. May through October.

For more information contact Rosa Magnus, Development Manager and Volunteer Services at rosa.magnus@www.wwhealth.org

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