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Alaska Regional Hospital
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Volunteer With Us

Alaska Regional Hospital Volunteers

Volunteers are the hospital’s most valued ambassadors because they give their time freely to others who are in need of their friendship, work expertise, and fellowship. Here at Alaska Regional Hospital, we depend on our volunteers to help provide that personal touch to make patients and their families feel more comfortable.

Volunteer Opportunities

Alaska Regional Hospital has a wide variety of volunteer work for anyone wanting to act as goodwill ambassadors and help with various assignments throughout the hospital. Some positions require regular hours, while others have flexible schedules. Training provided in each volunteer area. Do you have a skill or talent? Alaska Regional Hospital would love to have you share your expertise with us.

To learn about the opportunities to volunteer at Alaska Regional Hospital, please email Josie Wilson, our Volunteer Coordinator, at Josie.Wilson@hcahealthcare.com.

Therapy Dog Program

The Alaska Regional Hospital Furry Friends (ARHFF) pet therapy program is affiliated with Pet Partners, an accredited, nonprofit organization that brings together animals and people who love them.

Benefits of Becoming An Auxiliary member

Being a member of the Auxiliary results in learning opportunities and new experiences. In addition to attending and participating in meetings, members are encouraged to serve on a committee or become an Auxiliary board member. Hospital events hosted to recognize the group, and functions put on by the Auxiliary, are also open to volunteers. Other free benefits include covered parking, valet parking, shift meals at the cafeteria and annual TB testing and flu shots.

A Sense of Purpose

Alaska Regional volunteers enjoy being part of a group of like-minded people who give back to the community. Their services are seen campus wide as they support staff and healthcare teams, welcome and escort patients and visitors, and participate in community events and health fairs.