How Do I Get Involved?
Many people imagine themselves becoming hospital volunteers, making a difference for patients and families. Too many never make the phone call that could change their lives because they’re not sure what will be expected of them, or they’re not sure if they have what it takes. At Jupiter Medical Center, it all starts with a friendly interview. Call the Auxiliary at (561) 263-4461, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. You can learn about opportunities that suit your skills and interests, and we can learn about you! For your convenience, you may download and bring the completed Volunteer Application and Background Consent Form with you to your interview. Every volunteer goes through orientation and receives training before beginning their new role. All volunteers are required to adhere to the Auxiliary dress code which consists of a teal polo shirt or teal long sleeve jacket for the women, and a teal polo shirt for the men. Shirts or jackets may be purchased in the Gift Shop.
Note: In keeping with hospital safety standards, a routine background check and tuberculosis screening is required.
College Volunteers: We welcome students currently attending a college or university in Palm Beach County and enrolled in a pre-medical, nursing, imaging, or related healthcare program or those who are taking prerequisite courses for admission. Along with the Volunteer Application and Background Consent Form, students must submit an unofficial transcript or most recent grade report and a statement indicating the number of volunteer hours required or suggested by the healthcare program the student is in, or plans to enter. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required. Student must be able to volunteer at least once a week and complete a minimum of 75 hours.
TeenAge Volunteer (TAV) program for high school students offers career experience in the healthcare field or in retail. The criteria for acceptance into the TAV program are as follows:
Applications are accepted twice a year, in the Spring and in the Fall.
Step 2: Submit the following documents to the Auxiliary Office:
Completed applications (including all of the items listed above) must be in our office by 4 p.m. on Friday, October 27, 2017. Applications will not be accepted after this date until the Fall.
Once we receive and review all the information, the Auxiliary Office will contact you to schedule an interview. Upon acceptance into the program, you will be invited to attend an orientation which will be held on Friday, January 12, from 4 to 6 p.m. Attendance at Orientation is mandatory.
The Auxiliary Office is located in a modular office building on the south-east side of the hospital campus, next to the Cancer Center.