Putnam Hospital Center
volunteer/auxiliary opportunities May 14
 

What is the volunteer program?
Putnam Hospital Center's volunteer program is designed to meet a variety of needs and goals. Volunteering is an opportunity to learn new skills and to make new friends.

Volunteers augment the hospital staff by providing a wide range of services. Almost anyone can volunteer. Men and women of all ages assist the health care team in many areas of the hospital; every attempt is made to assign volunteers to their specific field of interest.

What is the Putnam Hospital Center Auxiliary?
The Putnam Hospital Center Auxiliary, established in 1963, is a group of men and women dedicated to three goals:
1. To raise money for Putnam Hospital Center
2. To serve as volunteers
3. To act as a liaison and source of information to the community.

How do you become a PHC volunteer or member of the PHC Auxiliary?
Please call the PHC Volunteer Department at 845-279-5711, Ext. 2453 for further information about volunteer opportunities or becoming a member of the Putnam Hospital Center Auxiliary.


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