Mercy volunteers play a vital role in the care of patients and residents. Whether it's assisting in hospice, PACE, independent living or helping with fundraising through events and programs, there's a place to serve at Mercy.
Mercy volunteers are from many walks-of-life including homemakers, students, lawyers, college professors, teachers, nurses, physicians, engineers, musicians and others. Someone new to the area or that has had a lifestyle change makes an ideal volunteer. Other volunteer candidates include high school students in Key Clubs or college students studying nursing, occupational, speech or recreational therapies, or similar rehabilitation fieldwork who need volunteer hours. Volunteers work a minimum of 2 to 4 volunteer hours per week.
Mercy volunteers inspire, teach, model and enhance the Mercy experience for patients, residents and staff. Our volunteers live the Mercy mission. For more information about volunteering at Mercy Medical call Phyllis Creel at 621-4431 or email email@example.com.
Read more about our volunteers
- Buddy Gilbert
- Glover Barnes
- Bob Douglass
- Brother Lee Barker
- Peggy Thornhill
- Carol Berg
- Volunteer breakfast
- Volunteering Comes From the "Hart"
- Volunteerism, a beautiful compensation of life
- Volunteering - one family's journey together