Volunteer at Adventist Health Tillamook

At this time, due to pandemic considerations, all active hospital volunteers are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and wear a mask while on duty.

Fully vaccinated is defined as: 1) both initial and booster shots of Moderna or Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine; OR 2) one shot of Johnson & Johnson vaccine; PLUS 2 weeks to allow fullest possible immune levels.

If you are not fully vaccinated, you may receive a vaccination from the medical center during the volunteer application process in order to fill the requirement. Please also note that some patient care areas of the medical center remain suspended for volunteer services at this time.

What do volunteers do?

At Adventist Health Tillamook, adult and teen volunteers provide unlimited and valuable resources to our staff by delivering a wide assortment of services throughout the medical center and medical offices. In offering their time and talent, volunteers enhance the high quality of care that we provide to our patients and guests.

We are truly grateful for our dedicated volunteers. Our desire is to provide volunteers with a supportive and caring environment where they can learn and thrive. We match volunteers based on their interest, skills and available positions. They provide assistance to a myriad of departments, but not limited to:

  • Outpatient therapy services
  • Outpatient surgery liaison
  • Volunteer support for departments and clinics
  • Special projects and tasks

Although we don’t have a job placement program, we feel that your experience while volunteering will reflect the type of employee you may be. Many of our adult and teen volunteers are directly hired by our departments for their excellent volunteer performance.

Become a volunteer

The initial steps in becoming a volunteer at Adventist Health Tillamook are:

  • Complete the online application. Please note you must be 16–90+ years of age and speak fluent English.
  • Interview and background check
  • Drug screen to include cannabis
  • Tuberculosis (TB) screening
  • Volunteer health history and screening

Upon acceptance to the program, volunteers are provided with a general orientation, service-specific orientation and training and benefits. We hope that your orientation and training will be an inspiration to you as you follow in the footsteps of many wonderful volunteers.

For more information call: (503) 815-2272