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Volunteer with Wesley

At Wesley Medical Center, we believe volunteers are important and encourage Wichitians to give back to their community by volunteering at our hospitals or clinics.

Their dedicated service:

  • Complements the work of nursing and other healthcare staff
  • Provides patients and their families with support and comfort
  • Reaffirms the basic tenet of healthcare of people helping people in need, simply because they care

Our volunteers aren’t just a part of our guest services department; they are part of the Wesley family. After a brief training period, volunteers are assigned tasks based on their areas of interest and our patients’ needs.

Volunteers may serve during the day, Mondays through Saturdays, and some evenings.

Download our Volunteer application

Download our Volunteen application

Benefits of volunteering:

  • Enjoying the satisfaction of helping others
  • Making new friends
  • Developing new interests
  • Expanding your horizons
  • Courtesy meal tickets for volunteers working four or more hours
  • Free parking in the parking garage

Volunteers help in the following ways:

  • Driving the Care-A-Van parking lot shuttle
  • Assisting in the chaplain's office
  • Cuddling tiny babies
  • Providing information for families in the emergency room
  • Greeting guests
  • Delivering flowers
  • Working in the gift shop
  • Serving as a host or hostess in various areas
  • Assisting families in waiting rooms and the Ronald McDonald Family Room
  • Filing and answering phones
  • Escorting patients
  • Delivering patient mail
  • Playing with or reading to children

Other assignments may be available upon request and need.

Our guest services staff members would be happy to answer your questions or speak to any interested clubs, schools or church groups. If you are thinking about volunteering your time, bring a friend! There is nothing more rewarding than giving back to your community.

Please call (316) 962-2100 for more information about how you can make a difference in our patients’ lives.