Volunteer scheme

17 January 2017

Volunteer with the Spire Portsmouth volunteer scheme and make a real difference to the experience of patients and visitors arriving at the hospital, at the time when they need to be calm and relaxed.

Why volunteer?

There are lots of reasons you might choose to volunteer at Spire Portsmouth, including:

  • You enjoy helping others and want to make a difference to the patient and visitor experience

  • You want to further your personal development

  • You want to use the skills and experience you’ve gained over your lifetime

  • You are thinking about career choices and are considering joining the health and social care sector

Whatever your inspiration we have flexible volunteering opportunities depending on your skills, interests and how much time you are able to give.

We make sure volunteering roles here are meaningful, enhance our services and add value to the patient and family experience.

We ensure that our volunteers are trained and supported throughout their time here to guarantee the best possible experience for both volunteer and patient.

You can attend volunteer sessions as little or as often as you like, to suit your own schedule and lifestyle. We have three sessions a day from Monday to Friday and one on Saturday morning. We ask you to give us at least three hours a week of your time for six months or more.

We are looking for confident and enthusiastic people to volunteer, who are at least 18 years old. 

For an informal chat or to request an application form please contact Jemma Parnell, our volunteer programme co-ordinator: jemma.parnell@spirehealthcare.com or 02392 456133.

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