Volunteers and Chaplaincy Services

At St George Hospital we are extremely fortunate to have a diverse range of volunteers offering up their time and supporting our patients and healthcare community.
Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer should contact the Volunteer Manager on email SESLHD-STG-Volunteers@health.nsw.gov.au
Or Telephone: (02) 9113 2726

Areas at St George Hospital for volunteering include:

Allied Health Department
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Pathology
Bezzina House
BreastScreen Services
Cancer Services
  • CanRevive – Cancer Council
  • Genetics
  • Wayfinding
Clinical Skills Building
Community Relations
Emergency Department
Gastroenterology / Liver Department
Medical Imaging
Patient Library Service
Pelvic Floor Unit
Recovery College
Inpatient Unit Areas
  • Aged Care – Recreational and Leisure Program
  • General Helpers – Administrative and Inpatient re-stocking tasks
  • Infection Control Department
  • Maternity and Delivery Suite Services
  • Mental Health Unit
  • Ward Grannies – Women’s
    and Children’s Services
Redevelopment
  • Information Booth – Customer Service
  • Wayfinding Service – Customer Service
Application Package:

Attachment Forms:

To protect the health and safety of our patients, all prospective volunteers must satisfy the following criteria:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Complete a volunteer application
  • Have a cleared National Criminal Record Check (this check is undertaken by the Hospitals before a volunteer commences - there is no charge to the volunteer to have this check completed)
  • Have a cleared Working with Children Check (there is no charge to the volunteer to have this check completed).

If volunteering directly with children, volunteers must have current immunity status for Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella (Chickenpox), Pertussis (Whooping Cough), and Hepatitis B. Any tests or immunisations that a volunteer may need to have to comply with this policy are at their own expense.

Send enquiries to SESLHD-STG-Volunteers@health.nsw.gov.au

 

Chaplaincy Services
We have chaplains from a wide range of religions and denominations. If you would like a chaplain to visit a particular patient, please ask the inpatient nurse team member caring for your loved ones.  A non-denominational chapel and Muslim prayer room facilities are available.