Overlake Hospital Medical Center
Description As a College Summer Program Volunteer, you would be supporting a specific area in the hospital which could be a Nursing Unit, Surgical Unit,\u00a0Transport, Total Joint Program, Security\/Administrative Support just to name a few. Your hours would be four (4) hour shifts either in the morning or afternoon 3-4 times a week. Please apply only once on line\u00a0- openings are limited and application does not guarantee placement. \u00a0 Some areas of focus are listed below: Nursing\/Surgical or Total Joint Volunteer: As a Nursing\/Surgical or Total Joint Unit Volunteer, you would provide heart centered comfort rounds and act as a liaison and communicate with patient\/family\/guests. This volunteer position would include bed-side support, answering patient call lights, supporting the nursing care team with errands, assisting with Physical Therapy sessions maintaining a safe environment and assisting with discharge of our patients. Transport\/Information Desk: As the Central Lobby Information Ambassador\/Transport Volunteer, you would be the primary greeter for front lobby desk, transport patients and provide heart centered customer service to our patients, families and guests, way finding, assisting with reception function. This position maintains exceptional customer service and professionalism in accordance with organization standard practice. Security\/Administrative Support: As an Administrative Volunteer, you will provide support to a specific Non-Clinical Department. This would include providing office, clerical and resource support for your specific department assignment, and way-finding for our patients and visitors. About the hospital: Overlake Medical Center is a 349-bed, nonprofit regional medical center offering a full range of advanced medical services to the Puget Sound Region. Led by a volunteer Board of Directors, we employ just over 2,800 people, have more than 1,000 active and courtesy physicians on staff and well over 500 volunteers. About the community you will join: At Overlake, we believe exceptional patient care comes naturally when our team feels respected, valued and cared for. We've cultivated a culture that feels like a community. In fact, we're more like a great big family. Our people will always be there for you. Our supportive environment and team of passionate professionals have earned the hospital its reputation as a healthcare leader in the region. We are truly committed to providing compassionate, high-quality patient care in a progressive and collaborative environment. Thank you for considering giving your volunteered time to Overlake Medical Center
Overlake Hospital Medical Center
Website : http://www.overlakehospital.org/
Overlake Medical Center is a 349-bed, nonprofit regional medical center offering a full range of advanced medical services to the Puget Sound Region. Led by a volunteer Board of Directors, we employ 2,500 people and have nearly 1,000 active and courtesy providers on our medical staff, including some 120 providers who are employed by the organization. We were the first Level III Trauma Center on the Eastside and we are known for providing award-winning, compassionate and patient-centered care. Our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in medical care is a major reason our patients and their families choose Overlake. It is also the reason why we've received many awards and recognitions both regionally and nationally. To learn more about Overlake, read our inspiring history. Overlake was started by community volunteers, and still depends upon volunteers to support the operations of the hospital. Find out more about volunteer opportunities. To find out how to get to Overlake, view our maps and directions. Overlake has a variety of publications that you can receive in your home for added health and wellness information in addition to our annual report. We also produce a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and Implementation Strategy to help us outline how the hospital will give back to the community in the form of health care and other community health services to address unmet community needs.