Yes. Groups and organizations wanting to volunteer for Adults should contact Volunteer Services at (706)-721-3596 or email us at email@example.com and organization interested in activities for the Children Hospital of Georgia are encouraged to explore volunteer opportunities by contacting the Child Life department at 706-721-7637.
Yes. After an applicant has attended a volunteer orientation and interview, he/she will be contacted by the Employee Health department to schedule a screening appointment free of charge. During the health screening a blood sample is collected to determine if applicant has been exposed to tuberculosis (TB). After initial health screenings, an annual TB test will be required.
Yes. However, only those prospective interns seeking non-clinical and non-paid positions are processed through Volunteer Services. Otherwise, intern applicants should contact either the Human Resources Department or the Legal Department.
No. Prospective volunteers seeking the opportunity to shadow a physician should refer to the campus side of the Augusta University Health.
Though Volunteer Services has a high rate of placing applications in desired settings and work really hard to do so, fulfillment of requests for particular departments cannot be guaranteed. Volunteer Services works in conjunction with department managers and are only allowed to place potential volunteers in a particular department if there is a need and if the department manager agrees.
Submit an application and commit to serve for six months or 100-hours.
Come in for an one-on-one interview with Volunteer Services.
Pass your health screening and background check. Get a flu shot & PPD test.
Attend and complete an Orientation led by Volunteer Services.