Volunteers are not paid – not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless. Corpus Christi Medical Center has an exceptional group of volunteers who are actively involved in supporting hospital services provided to patients. Our volunteer program provides an opportunity to serve, grow, learn, make new friends, exchange ideas and feel needed. Volunteers share their unique talents and skills in many areas of the hospital.

The benefits of volunteering include contributing to your community and bringing joy to our patients and visitors. Volunteers receive one free meal per four-hour shift. They may attend luncheons with guest speakers and are also invited to the Volunteer Christmas Celebration and the annual Awards Recognition Luncheon.

Where Volunteers Work

  • Information desk-main lobby
  • Surgery waiting room
  • Marketing department
  • H2U office
  • H2U Needle Crafters Club
  • NICU Cuddle Club
  • Patient advocacy
  • Pharmacy
  • Central supply
  • Human Resources
  • Medical Records
  • And other areas as assigned

To Become a Volunteer:

  •  Complete our application
  • Show a valid photo ID
  • Complete an interview
  • Have a TB skin test
  • Undergo a background check
  • Attend orientation
  • Review the Volunteer Handbook
  • Receive a tour of the hospital
  • Wear a uniform during your shift

Start your volunteer experience by completing our application, which you can download adult application or junior volunteer application or pick up in person at the information desk in the hospital lobby at Bay Area or Doctors Regional Hospital. You may return the completed application:

Corpus Christi Medical Center
Volunteer Office
3315 S. Alameda St
Corpus Christi, TX 78411

Learn More About Volunteering

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or for more information, please call the Volunteer Office at 361-761-1416.