Volunteer

Volunteers are an important part of our team at Atrium Medical Center. They provide a personal touch that improves the quality of care our patients receive. At Atrium Medical Center and our offsite locations, we average more than 250 junior and adult volunteers assisting in more than 20 departments and service areas.With approximately 40,000 hours of service per year, our volunteers make a real difference to our patients, families, visitors and community.

Why Volunteer?

Volunteering at Atrium Medical Center is a great way to give back to the Butler and Warren County communities. Other benefits of volunteering include:

  • Meeting new people
  • Staying active
  • Exploring career opportunities
  • Helping others
  • Making a difference
  • Earning community service hours for school

Showing Our Appreciation

Volunteers at Atrium Medical Center make a difference. The efforts of our volunteers are always welcomed, appreciated, and acknowledged.

Along with the satisfaction of helping others and giving back to the community, volunteers receive the following benefits: 

  • Free parking 
  • Free meal on the days you volunteer 
  • Discount on Atrium Medical Center billed expenses 
  • Complimentary flu shots in the fall 
  • Possible career enhancement opportunities 
  • TB testing at no cost to you

Flexible Scheduling

Our volunteers range from high school students to retirees. We welcome anyone who has an interest in serving others in the community, and offer opportunities to accommodate those working outside the home full-time or part-time, full-time homemakers, students, or anyone who needs a more flexible schedule.

Most Atrium volunteers donate one half-day per week. Morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend opportunities are offered. Many of our areas are staffed 24 hours a day. We have evening and weekend hours in our Emergency Trauma Center, nursing units, nutrition services, and many other areas throughout the hospital.

Become a Volunteer

Interested in becoming a volunteer at Atrium Medical Center? Here’s how to get started

After your completed application is received, Volunteer Services will contact you to schedule an interview.