Why Volunteer at Intermountain?

Benefits of Volunteering:

  • Experience in a medical setting
  • Giving back to the community
  • Build interpersonal skills
  • Connect with staff and volunteers
  • Free vaccinations
  • 20% discount to Intermountain Gift Shops
  • Meal Voucher (Hospital volunteers only)
  • Annual caregiver gift 

Volunteer Opportunities (opportunities vary based upon the needs of the hospital)

  • Gift Shop Support
  • Information Desk / Greeters
  • Waiting Room and Department Support (Emergency Department, Operating Room, Rehabilitation) 
  • Patient Deliveries
  • Perform Music for Patients
  • Pet Therapy Teams (Certification required)
  • Visit Patients
  • NICU Cuddler
  • No One Dies Alone Program (NODA)
  • Hospice
  • Community Garden Support
  • Primary Children’s Hospital: https://intermountainhealthcare.org/primary-childrens/about/volunteer
  • Other Ways to Help:
  • In-Kind Donations (website coming soon)
  • Monetary Donations (website link coming soon) 

Requirements to Volunteer

  • 18 Years of Age / Limited volunteer opportunities for Jr. Volunteers (ages 14-17) 
  • Commit to one shift per week for a minimum of six months. Exceptions may be given for vacations and illness.   
  • Pass a background check (ages 18+)
  • Drug screen
  • Complete training and education requirements 
  • Maintain patient confidentiality 
  • Follow dress code requirements 

Proof of Immunization is required for volunteer service which may include:

  • Annual Flu Shot
  • Hepatitis B
  • MMR
  • Tuberculosis
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox)
  • Tdap

How to Apply

Available Volunteer Opportunities Here:

What happens after I apply?

  1. Participate in an interview
  2. Complete background check and drug screen
  3. Verify/receive required vaccinations
  4. Orientation
  5. Begin Volunteering 

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