Volunteer at Excela Health
When you volunteer at Excela Health, you become part of a unique group of individuals motivated by various reasons but together, working toward one goal ― improving the health and well-being of every life touched. And the opportunities to volunteer are as varied as the people seeking to help. From preparing mailings, packaging medical charts, making the initial connection with visitors at the front desk, staffing the surgical waiting areas, or any other of the roles available, you contribute toward making Excela Health a caring place for those who enter our doors.
Our age requirement for volunteering is 16 years old and above. So, if you have a particular skill, the ability to give back, a passion for caring, and enjoy being part of a team, you can become an Excela Health volunteer.
What You Gain from Volunteering at Excela Health
Our volunteers find their experiences rewarding and adaptable to their skills, abilities and needs. As part of volunteering, you get:
- Orientation and training
- Free parking
- Free meal in the hospital cafeteria
- Flu shot
- Opportunities to attend Safety and Employee Health Fairs
- The ability to meet new people and interact with staff
- A spring volunteer recognition luncheon
- An autumn employee/volunteer appreciation picnic lunch/supper
- A special holiday meal
- Career exploration and job experience
- A chance to learn more about your community’s leading health system
And so much more. We invite you to join us by calling:
Westmoreland Hospital - 724-832-4099
Latrobe Hospital - 724-537-1024
Frick Hospital - 724-542-1870
Excela Health Hospice - 724-689-1800
Explore Volunteer Opportunities
Pet Therapy Volunteers
Our team of volunteers at Excela Health includes a few furry friends as well. Pet therapy animals are used to provide comfort and affection to patients, staff and visitors at various locations throughout the system. Their owners, who accompany their animals on visits, must meet the same requirements as any Excela volunteer.
• Must be at least one year old
• May be of any breed or mixed breed
• Must be tested and registered through one of the recognized national or regional therapy animal organizations
• Must be up-to-date on certain health requirements
• Must not be fed a raw diet
For additional information, review our pet therapy FAQ document.
To begin the process, contact Marilyn Daniels, Coordinator, Pet Therapy, at 724-537-1275 or email@example.com to obtain copies of the application forms.