“Hillcrest Medical Center Auxiliary is organized to use the sensitivities, knowledge, and abilities of present and future members to serve, promote, and enhance Hillcrest Medical Center in a manner that is satisfying to the individual, the Auxiliary, Hillcrest, and the Community”
Volunteers receive hospital orientation, on-the-job training and a number of benefits. Flexible schedules are available. To learn more about becoming a Hillcrest Medical Center or Oklahoma Heart Institute volunteer, or to receive a Volunteer Application, please contact Sharonda Dennard, Volunteer Services Coordinator by phone at 579-7500, or by email at email@example.com  or click here  to submit a Volunteer Team interest form online.
Being a Volunteer means being committed. The Adult Volunteer (ages 18 and above) makes a commitment of 6 months (50 hours). The Junior Volunteer (ages 14-17) makes a commitment of 2 months (80 hours).
Make a difference in your community! Volunteering is a great way to stay active both mentally and physically Use this opportunity to meet new people. Bring a friend with you to Volunteer. Free meal and parking on your volunteer day!
Junior Volunteer orientation is June 3, 2013 (9a-noon). The Summer program is June 4- July 27, 2013. Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday 9a-3:30p.
At Hillcrest Medical Center and Oklahoma Heart Institute, our volunteers make the difference when and where it matters most. There are a variety of volunteer opportunities at Hillcrest Medical Center and Oklahoma Heart Institute, including but not limited to: