Volunteers perform countless tasks that add that extra special touch to a patients’ journey.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Blacktown and Mount Druitt hospitals.
Our volunteers are currently returning to reduced services, following an extended suspension of volunteering due to COVID-19 arrangements.
There are currently limited opportunities during this phase of the return. The application process may also be delayed and we appreciate your patience.
For current opportunities please visit The Centre for Volunteering and type 162668 in the Keyword search.
Please complete the attached form and return to: WSLHD-BMDHVolunteers@health.nsw.gov.au
You can make a significant contribution by engaging in patient, client, staff and community activities. Volunteers help link patients and clients to the clinical and nursing services. This link helps create a holistic approach to the quality healthcare that people need.
Anyone over the age of 18 can volunteer their time and talents at Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospitals.
Your life experiences can help with support services for patients, clients, staff and members of the community.
As a volunteer you can also help us fundraise for special equipment purchases.
Benefits of volunteering
You can benefit from:
- flexible hours
- meeting new people
- the opportunity to support existing and new services and programs
- developing new skills
- cross cultural experiences.
You can be involved in a large variety of services including:
- aged day services
- book, kiosk or flower trolley
- cardiac rehabilitation
- community health
- emergency department supporting patients and staff
- fund raising
- gift shop
- hospital kiosk
- meal time assistance
- meet and greet ‘way finding’
- palliative care
- pastoral care
- pink ladies (ward helpers)
- pulmonary care rehabilitation
How to apply
If you or your friends would like to become a volunteer and help provide support care for patients, staff or our fundraising team which provides funds to purchase medical equipment to enhance our services, and are available for at least 4 hours per week, please contact:
Blacktown and Mount Druitt hospitals
Phone: (02) 9881 8000
Pastoral Care Co Coordinator | Blacktown Hospital - Jeannie Smith
Phone: (02) 9881 8193
Palliative Care Volunteer Coordinator, Mount Druitt Hospital - Kylie Clark
Phone: (02) 9881 1506
Mob: 0427 730 596