Call 724-983-5441 to volunteer
at Sharon Regional Health System
Sharon Regional has exciting opportunities for outgoing, friendly, energetic persons who have time to share in helping others.
The Volunteer department was established in 1928 to serve what was then known as the Christian H. Buhl Hospital. Over the years the Auxiliary, the fundraising arm of the Volunteers, has donated over $1.6 million.
Volunteering at Sharon Regional offers the opportunity to grow and utilize your special talents to help those who rely on us for their care.
For an application, interview, or for more information about volunteering e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, call us at 724-983-5441 or stop at the Volunteer Office between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays.
Applications are now online, both for adult and teenagers. Simply click on the form you want, print, complete, sign, and deliver or mail to the Volunteer Office.
Click here for the Adult application
Click here for the Teenager application
Remember...Applications can't be submitted online
Places where Volunteers assist are Behavioral Health Services, Blood drives, Case Management, Dietary, Heart and Vascular Institute, Hospice, Human Resources, Lab, Medical Imaging, Outpatient Surgery Unit, Surgical Waiting Room, Medical Records, Recreational Therapy, Inpatient Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy, Rehab Center, Pharmacy, Sharon Regional Physician Services, Warehouse, 6 West, Emergency Care Center, Woman's Center, Cancer Care Center, Advanced Wound Recovery Center, Diagnostic & Imaging Center, Center for Digestive Diseases, and information desk.
Volunteers are an integral part of the Sharon Regional family. They go through an interview process, orientation and job specific training, yearly inservices and annual evaluations.
You will meet with our Volunteer Coordinator to determine how your interests and skills match the needs of the Health System. And you'll receive training for your volunteer duties so you can give that "special touch."
Benefits of volunteering include a free annual flu shot and TB screening, annual recognition dinner, and free meals after three hours of service.