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Become a Volunteer at Baptist Easley Hospital and make a difference to our community of caring professionals. Our volunteers have been helping to make Baptist Easley a unique and caring place since 1958.
As a volunteer you'll enhance the care we provide in many ways. Maybe you'll greet or transport patients. Help with meal trays. Stock supplies. Help with registration. Lend a hand in many other areas of the hospital.
Join the team and find out why “Caring Is Our Calling.”
For more information, please download a copy of our brochure.
Who are Baptist Easley Hospital Volunteers?
Retired men and women
College students and teenagers
Summer student volunteer program (ages 13-18)
We regularly need volunteers for:
Critical Care Unit
Surgery Waiting Room
Shipping and Receiving
Auxiliary membership (for volunteers 18 years of age or older). Our members support the hospital and community through cookbook sales, holiday bazaars, bake sales, and various other activities.
Free flu vaccines for volunteers during flu season.
Baptist Easley Hospital Credit Union checking and savings accounts. Enrollment requires a one-time service charge of $10 and a deposit of $25 into a regular interest paying savings plan.
Baptist Easley offers in-service educational courses to volunteers at the same price employees pay.
Hospital discounts (after 500 hours of service). Twenty-five percent discount on inpatient services (after insurance) and/or 50 percent discount on outpatient services (after insurance). ($2,500 maximum discounts per year)
Complimentary hospital cafeteria meal available for each scheduled 4-hour shift or volunteer activity.
Service Awards at an annual recognition banquet.
Baptist Easley Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary provides support to various projects:
Baptist Easley Lifeline program
Surgery waiting rooms
New mom gift bags
Newborn baby hats
Newborn Christmas stockings
Gift bags to every patient during the holidays
Renovation of patient rooms
and much more
Become A Volunteer
Take the first step by completing an application. Please provide a physician reference and two personal references (not family members). We will also run a background check as part of the application process.
After we review your application, we will contact you to set up an interview with the director of Volunteer Services. During the interview, we will schedule a tuberculosis screening. You will be able to choose an area of service and work schedule that works best for you. And we'll want you to take part in the next upcoming orientation class.
For more information, call Alex Levy, 442.7846 or click here to send her an e-mail.