The Medical Center of Plano volunteers are respected members of the health care team. Whether they are escorting patients to their destination, providing clerical assistance or serving as a family liaison in the emergency room, their support is an essential ingredient in delivering the highest quality health care available in Collin County. We invite you to join our diverse team of energetic, dedicated and compassionate volunteers.
- Enrich your life by helping others!
- Learn new skills!
- Meet interesting people and make new friends!
- Experience the world of health care!
- Discover personal fulfillment!
Volunteer Service Areas include:
- Greeters & Guides
- Information Desk
- Critical Care Waiting Room
- Patient / Family Liaison in Emergency Room
- Cancer Resource Center
- Patient Transporters
- Patient Floor Assistants
- Flower and Mail Couriers
- Surgery Waiting Room
- Chaplain Services
- Clerical Support
Volunteers typically work a regularly scheduled 4-hour daytime shift once a week (Monday - Friday). Evening and late afternoon assignments are available on a limited basis in specific assignment areas. All volunteers are required to attend a hospital orientation class, undergo a criminal background check, have an annual T.B. test and purchase one of several available uniform options.
Adults may apply by completing the volunteer application and returning to TMCP for processing at The Medical Center of Plano, Volunteer Services, 3901 West 15th Street, Plano, TX 75075. If you have any questions, please call (972) 519-1272 or e-mail Billie O'Brien, Volunteer Resources Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. After your application has been processed, you will be invited to a Volunteer Services Introductory Meeting to learn about specific assignment openings.
2013 Summer Junior Volunteer Program (High School and College Applicants)
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2013 Summer Junior Volunteer Program.