Volunteer Opportunities at RWJUH Hamilton

The Benefits and Rewards of Giving

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton. The safety and well-being of our patients, visitors, staff and volunteers is our number one priority. We are continuing to proactively respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and are taking necessary precautions as we receive updated information and guidelines.

Why volunteer at RWJ Hamilton?

Volunteering not only provides assistance for others; it builds community, widens your worldview, creates companionship, decreases depression and stress, and offers deep fulfillment and a sense of purpose. Please consider joining our team of volunteers, where you will become one of RWJ Hamilton’s most valuable resources.

RWJ Hamilton Welcomes Back Volunteers

Resumption of Volunteer Programs (updated June 1, 2021)

Current adult / college student RWJ Hamilton volunteers who would like to resume duties are encouraged to do so. If you are interested in returning to volunteer, please contact rwjhamiltonvolunteers@rwjbh.org.

At this time, we are not accepting new applicants.

The Junior Volunteer (15 – 18 year old) program has been temporarily suspended. Note: Junior Volunteers commit to year-long service; there is no short-term summer program.

We will update this page when we begin accepting applications again.

Thank you, again, for your interest in volunteering at RWJ Hamilton, and we appreciate your patience.

Patient Stories

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