Carolinas Medical Center-Lincoln (CMC-Lincoln) provides a high level of professionalism and medical technology combined with the essential element of the human touch, which all aid in improving overall health. Our volunteers are of great service to the hospital in providing that additional compassionate, healing and high-touch presence at work in a high-tech environment. Volunteers assist in alleviating the natural fears and apprehension of a patient or family member by performing courteous and beneficial services. They help reduce the isolation and stress associated with hospitalization by delivering mail or flowers to the patient, filling a water pitcher, escorting a family member to the appropriate area, communicating to family members and friends while they are waiting for surgery and recovery of their loved ones, or simply working in the gift shop.
No matter how small the service may seem, volunteers continue to prove themselves as an integral part of the healing process.
How to Become an Adult Volunteer
To become an adult volunteer, one must be 18 years of age or older and complete an application form.Once this form is completed and presented to the Director of Community Outreach, the adult volunteer will attend orientation and provide documentation of immunizations and a TB test. Training for a specific volunteer position is provided.
How to Become a No One Dies Alone Volunteer
To become a No One Dies Alone volunteer, one must 21 years of age or older and complete the No One Dies Alone application, two references (one should be from your pastor) and return to the Director of Community Outreach. Volunteers will attend orientation and must provide documentation on current immunizations and a TB skin test. Upon acceptance into the program, a specific training for this position will be done.
How to Become a Junior Volunteer (Ages 14-18)
Junior volunteers typically work during the summer months and are assigned to specific departments at CMC-Lincoln. Applications for junior volunteers are typically due to our CommunityOutreach Department by March of each year to be processed for the summer. The applicant will be asked to provide teacher references, documentation of immunizations and TB tests, and attend an orientation program.
The following opportunities are available to dedicated and capable adults and juniors:
- Community Outreach
- Diabetes Education
- Emergency Department
- Environmental Services
- Front desk liaison
- Gift Shop
- Health Information Services (Medical Records)
- Human Resources
- Materials Management
- Nursing Units (Medical, Surgical, Telemetry)
- Physical Therapy
- Service Associate
- Special project volunteers
- Surgery waiting liaison
To apply, please click on the applications below:
Adult Application Form (PDF)
Reference Form (PDF–Must print two copies)
Adult Application (PDF)
No One Dies Alone Volunteer:
No One Dies Alone Brochure (PDF)
No One Dies Alone Volunteer Application (PDF)
No One Dies Alone Reference (PDF–Must print two copies)
Applicant Letter (PDF)
Fact sheet (PDF)
Junior Volunteer Application (PDF)
Junior Reference Form (PDF–Must print two copies)
For more information about volunteer opportunities, please call 980-212-6041.