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What interests you – making someone smile, meeting new people, learning how a hospital works? The Norman Regional Auxiliary has many volunteer opportunities in a wide range of areas throughout the hospital. Please call 405-307-1788 for an informational brochure and application.

A few of the volunteer areas include:

  • Customer Service – Volunteers visit newly admitted patients to check on their admission process and determine if they have any needs.
  • Gift Shop – Be part of the Auxiliary’s largest revenue-generating effort as a sales associate or cashier in the hospital’s Gift Shop.
  • Information Desk – Volunteers escort patients, assist visitors, provide room numbers and deliver mail and flowers to patient rooms.
  • Patient Rounding - Volunteers visit patients offering complimentary comfort items such as lip balm, hair combs, puzzle books, etc.
  • Scrub Shop – A specialty retail area offering scrubs, shoes & various accessories. Volunteers assist customers with special orders, sales and stocking the store.
  • Surgery Waiting – Volunteers serve as the contact between surgery, recovery, and families of surgery patients, providing assistance when needed.

If you have any questions please call 405-307-1788 or e-mail

Volunteer Benefits

Benefits to active volunteers include the following:

  • Meal provided by the cafeteria
  • Flu shots administered during flu season
  • Invitations to conferences, retreats, and other events
  • Opportunity to meet new friends and acquaintances
  • Training and learning opportunities
  • Recognition at an annual event

Volunteer Application

Upon completion of an application, potential volunteers will be required to complete the following:

  • Orientation – Each prospective volunteer is required to complete an orientation which includes viewing videos and completing training online, prior to finalizing paperwork in our office.
  • Tuberculin or TB Skin Test – Mandatory for all volunteers and given free of charge at the hospital.
  • Immunization Screening – A one-time screening for measles, mumps, rubella and varicella is done in the hospital's laboratory at no cost to the volunteer.
  • Flu Shot – Flu shots are mandatory for all volunteers unless there is a medical or religious reason a volunteer cannot receive it. In this case, appropriate documentation must be presented. Flu shots are available at no cost to the volunteer.
  • Background Check – A background check will be done on all volunteers prior to receiving placement.
  • Annual Education – All active volunteers must complete an annual training online.
  • Uniforms – Uniform tops are provided to volunteers at orientation.

Fill out our Volunteer Application today!