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For over 100 years, Washington County Hospital and Clinics has been providing healthcare services to Washington County and surrounding community residents.

Volunteering at WCHC

It's Enlightening

Washington County Hospital and Clinics offers a number of volunteer opportunities. Do you enjoy visiting with people while being surrounded by beautiful gifts and flowers? If so, the Pillars Gift Shop may be just the place for you. Beginning in 1999, the shop owes its success to the committed group of volunteers who come in as scheduled and give of their time. The shop is open from 9 AM - 5 PM and has several special events and discounts throughout the year.

It's Rewarding

A group of wonderful volunteers delivers ice water to the hospital's inpatients. They share their smiles and words of encouragement to those who really need it. This group also delivers the mail and many other miscellaneous duties.

It's Impactful

Another group of volunteers make a difference in the lives of our residents at McCreedy Home, our long-term care unit. They help with countless activities and trips at McCreedy Home and also spend time interacting with the residents. They provide another pair of hands or simply an ear to listen.

Washington County Hospital and Clinics has a proud tradition of neighbors helping neighbors. Consider these reasons to volunteer:

  • Good for the heart
  • Increases you self-esteem and competence as well as lessens stress and depression.
  • Studies show people who volunteer live longer, healthier, happier lives.
  • You can help someone not as healthy or fortunate as you. The work is enjoyable and makes one feel good.
  • Provides a way to be useful, help others, and do good deeds.
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please call 319-863-3975.

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