Volunteering at Weiss

Etta Schiller, 97, has volunteered at Weiss for 38 years.

Weiss Memorial Hospital strives to provide the best customer service to our patients and families through outstanding medical practices and attentive employees. The volunteer department supports this goal with its 150 volunteers, who work in a variety of departments throughout the hospital. Our friendly volunteers complement the care delivered by professional staff by making sure the needs of the patients, families and visitors are met. 

From greeting visitors and helping them find their destinations to being a compassionate voice on the phone, our volunteers help make our patients and their families feel welcome and appreciated. Volunteers assigned to patient care units are vital in helping ensure that a patient’s experience at Weiss is a pleasant one. Volunteers also provide clerical support, including filing, mailings and computer work. In the WISE Senior Center, volunteers assist with a variety of activities to support our active senior population. 

Etta Schiller (shown above) has been volunteering at Weiss Memorial Hospital for more than 40 years. She turned 100 years old in August 2012 and is still going strong. Watch Etta Schiller—Someone You Should Know, for the full interview by Harry Porterfield of CBS Channel 2.

To be considered as a volunteer at Weiss, you must complete the volunteer application and fax or mail it to the volunteer department. The volunteer coordinator will contact you discuss opportunities at Weiss and the next volunteer orientation. 

Please go to Frequently Asked Questions for more information about volunteering at Weiss. Find out more about what it is like to volunteer at Weiss by visiting Testimonials.

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