It's never been easier to become a volunteer at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine. Learn about the opportunities we have for volunteers:
Types of Volunteer Work
As a volunteer at Baylor Scott & White – Grapevine, patients, families and staff 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. As a volunteer, your duties might include these areas*:
- Providing comfort, encouragement, and support to patients
- Assisting staff on nursing units
- Delivering mail and flowers to patients
- Greeting patients
- Assisting in the gift shop
- Sponsoring fundraisers
- Awarding scholarships
- Participating in health fairs
- Assisting with clerical support
- Performing general office duties
Adult Program - For adults 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 completing
our application or by submitting an
Junior Volunteer Program (Summer Only)
Our 2019 Junior Volunteer Program is now closed.
The next session of our summer junior program is for high school students entering 11th – 12th grades in the fall of 2020 (ages 16-18), that have an interest in a career in healthcare and who have not previously participated in Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine’s Summer Junior Volunteer Program. Volunteering provides a wonderful opportunity to fulfill community service requirements. Information for our 2020 program will be online February 1, 2020.
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. Each Baylor location has its own requirements, so the volunteer process may be different at various facilities. 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).
*There are different volunteer opportunities at each Baylor hospital.
Rewards and Benefits
As a volunteer at Baylor, 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 are eligible for the following benefits*:
- Discounts in our cafeterias
- Participation in Baylor Health Care System Credit Union
- Free parking
*Each Baylor Scott & White location has unique benefits for volunteers.
Be a part of a rewarding and fulfilling experience at Baylor Scott & White – Grapevine. Please contact us at 817.329.2665.