Volunteering with us
Update - June 2022
As Covid restrictions are lifted and the number of Covid patients in our hospitals falls, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is pleased to be able to start welcoming back Ward Volunteering and other volunteer roles.
The process of returning our pre-Covid volunteers is now a priority, subsequently there will be a delay with us responding to your application which we will hold on file until we can contact you.
Help us make a difference today
Volunteers make an invaluable contribution to running our hospitals and to the wellbeing of our patients. We currently have over 800 enthusiastic volunteers working in various departments and areas across our three sites but we are always looking for more.
We are a 24/7 operation and any help and support is greatly valued by staff and patients alike. There are many opportunities to volunteer across our all our hospital sites and roles to suit everyone with a passion for people and making a difference.
There are countless reasons why people volunteer. For many it is a chance to do something positive and to help others. For others they simply have time to spare that they wish to give to something that matters to them. Volunteering helps others, can be highly rewarding and can help develop new skills and confidence. It can be a stepping stone into employment or training, creates opportunities to meet new people and make new friends and can improve health and wellbeing.
We are also supported by local volunteering groups
|League of Friends||Chaplaincy volunteers||Macmillan Cancer Support|
|Alexandra Hospital||01527 512009||Rev David Ryan
|01527 503030 ext 44238|
|Kidderminster Hospital||01562 67653||Rev David Southall
|Worcestershire Royal Hospital||01905 731456||Rev David Southall
|Age UK||Royal Voluntary Service||Alzheimer's Society|
Age UK Redditch District