Auxiliary Volunteers are people like YOU!

As a volunteer, you can enjoy the opportunity and personal satisfaction of serving as an integral member of the health care team at Mountains Community Hospital.  Auxiliary volunteers are people like YOU – homemakers, career-oriented, retired professionals–of all ages. The hospital also sponsors a Student Volunteer Program.  Contact Kathleen Walsh, 436-3006.

MCH volunteers augment the quality of health care our hospital provides.  Volunteers serve in several departments including Admitting, Emergency Room, Long Term Care (ECRC – Extended Care & Recovery Center), Laboratory, Medical/Surgical Dept, Physical Therapy, Radiology and the MCHA Gift Shop.  They serve outside the hospital boo bears

assisting at the Blue Jay Thrift Shop, assist with health fairs, maintain rose gardens and annual Rose Memorial Service, assist at Rural Clinics at Lake Arrowhead and Running Springs and provide volunteers for the Foundation’s annual Le Grand Picnic.

If you would like to know more about volunteering at Mountains Community Hospital, please visit our gift shop and secure a pre-application form or get one from our website.  You may also contact Auxiliary Membership chair, Nancy Clark, 909-336-2347.  If you are under 25 years of age, please call Kathy Walsh at 909-436-3006 or email her at kathleen.walsh@mchcares.com

2014 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR – ROCKY POLLITZ

Gift shop – The Auxiliary operates a gift shop located near the hospital entrance.  The MCHA Gift Shop is managed and run entirely by volunteers. All proceeds contribute to the goals and mission of the Auxiliary.  The store features a wide variety of merchandise, from stuffed animals and cards to more unique items such as jewelry and seasonal holiday items.  Gift Shop Hours: Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

MCH volunteers augment the quality of health care our hospital provides.  Volunteers serve in several departments including Admitting, Emergency Room, Skilled Nursing Facility, Laboratory, Medical/Surgical Dept, Physical Therapy, Radiology and the MCHA Gift Shop.  They serve outside the hospital making Boo-Boo bears for pediatric patients,  assist at the Blue Jay Thrift Shop, assist with health fairs, maintain rose gardens and annual Rose Memorial Service, assist at Rural Clinics at Lake Arrowhead and Running Springs and provide volunteers for the Foundation’s annual Le Grand Picnic.