Volunteering at Grapevine

We know that you have many choices where you can spend your free time. We are very excited that you have an interest in becoming a volunteer with Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine.

Volunteers expand their horizons and develop camaraderie with those who share their interest in helping others. As a volunteer, you provide a valuable service to your community and you have a chance to meet many interesting people. Baylor, Scott & White Health volunteers make a positive impact on people’s lives and are a vital part of the organization.

As a member of the team, volunteers give themselves a gift, too. Studies show that people who help others are healthier, happier people. Even if you have only four hours to spare each week, volunteering can bring you added job skills, school credit or that feeling you get from donating your time to helping others.

Types of volunteer work

As a volunteer at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine, patients, families and team members appreciate your time and service. From answering phones to comforting families during a traumatic event, our volunteers make a significant impact on our patients and the community.

  • Adult Volunteer Program (volunteers 18 and older)

    We invite you to join us as a volunteer at Baylor Scott & White Health.

    Once we receive your request to volunteer, we will call you to schedule an interview.

    This will allow us to get to know you and learn about your interests, skills, and availability.

    We'll also have the opportunity to tell you more about our programs and what areas are a good fit for your experience and skills.

    You can apply to become a volunteer by submitting an on-line application.

    Adult online volunteer application

  • Junior Volunteer Program (summer only)

    During the summer break, high school students entering 11th – 12th grades in the fall of 2023 (ages 16-18) that have an academic average of 3.0 or above, have an interest in a career in healthcare and who have not previously participated in Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine’s Junior Volunteer Program can volunteer at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine.

    Volunteering provides a wonderful opportunity to fulfill community service requirements. If you are interested in participating in Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine’s Junior Volunteer Program this summer and meet the above criteria, please complete the application and return the entire packet to:

    Maureen Hair, Manager Volunteer Services
    1650 W College
    Grapevine, TX 76051

    Submission should be received no later than 5:00 PM on Tuesday (February 28th).  Submission of an application does not guarantee acceptance into the program.

    Thank you for your interest in Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine’s Junior Volunteer Program.

    Download junior application form

Benefits and rewards

As a volunteer at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine, you can help provide an extra dimension of caring that we can't do without. Your smiles, words of encouragement, and giving of time can help make a difference in a patient's life, lighten the load for our staff, and help support the community. Our volunteers reap rewards such as:

  • Helping others
  • Sharing skills and learning new ones
  • Developing new interests
  • Serving neighbors and community
  • Making new friends and having fun

We recognize how important volunteers are to our patients. Volunteers at Baylor Scott & White Health are eligible for the following benefits*:

  • Discounts in our cafeterias
  • Participation in Baylor Health Care System Credit Union
  • Free parking

Requirements for volunteering

The purpose of our volunteer organization is to promote and advance healthcare to patients and their families. We welcome individuals of all backgrounds and abilities who wish to volunteer.

Applicants will be asked to submit information and meet certain qualifications including being a non-nicotine user.  Requirements may include a general health screening, background check (in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act), submission of personal references, and patient care training (if the nature of the volunteer service requires patient contact).