Sheridan Hospital


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Our Volunteer program has been a mainstay at Sheridan Community Hospital since 1994. Our volunteers are people who make a difference because of the role they play in meeting patients' needs or providing essential services and lending support to our hospital community. At SCH, they include men, women, teens, senior citizens, and individuals of all races, ethnic background, education level, and abilities.

Many outreach service efforts (including the marketing of Lifeline, personal help buttons) are the work of the hospital's volunteers. They are also responsible for keeping the two gift cases, located inside the front lobby and physician specialists' waiting room, up to date and ready for shopping purchases. As part of the healthcare team, the Sheridan Community Hospital volunteers support and broaden staff efforts to meet the hospital's goal of providing homelike, personal care.

There are many areas in which volunteer help is needed and scheduling is very flexible. Certain internship, externship, school-to-work, and job shadow opportunities are also available through the volunteer services department.

Sheridan Community Hospital invites you to serve as a hospital volunteer. Our volunteer group gives their time and talents to serve at the hospital. Their familiar and friendly faces brighten our corridors and are a daily reminder of the importance and value of volunteerism. We encourage you to contact Julie Camp at (989) 291-6323 if you want to learn more about volunteering at Sheridan Community Hospital.




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