Give Back to the Community by Volunteering at UH Bedford Medical Center
Working as a volunteer at University Hospitals Bedford Medical Center, a campus of UH Regional Hospitals offers many opportunities. Volunteers work in clerical positions, guide patients and their families to appointments, and deliver magazines, newspapers and puzzles to the patients' rooms. Some volunteers work in specific departments handling a variety of tasks like filing, faxing and making phone calls. If a community member has time to give, we'll find a place to use his or her talents at UH Bedford Medical Center.
Our volunteer program currently has over 50 active volunteers donating a minimum of four hours per week to the hospital. Volunteers come from the surrounding communities: Bedford, Bedford Heights, Macedonia, Maple Heights, Northfield, Sagamore Hills, Solon, Twinsburg and Walton Hills.
The observation program at UH Bedford Medical Center gives individuals interested in a healthcare career to shadow a hospital worker to learn more about the field. Observation opportunities are available in areas such as neurology and the OR.
Before starting their position, all volunteers will receive a TB test. It is provided by the hospital at no cost. The TB test is an annual requirement.
Reference and criminal checks, including fingerprinting, are conducted on all volunteers before they start their position.
Volunteer Dress Code
You will receive a badge and are required to wear casual business attire.
Complete the application then call or email Brenda Junkin, CPCS to set up an appointment for an interview.