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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
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.