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Why Volunteer?

Volunteering at Atrium Medical Center is a great way to give back to the Butler and Warren County communities. Other benefits of volunteering include:

  • Meeting new people
  • Staying active
  • Exploring career opportunities
  • Helping others
  • Making a difference
  • Earning community service hours for school

Volunteer Opportunities

We have a place for everyone—from ages 14 to 100. A variety of volunteer assignments are available in areas such as:

  • Emergency Room
  • Family Birth Center
  • Information Desk
  • Nursing units
  • Offsite locations
  • Pastoral Care

Volunteer Chaplains

Atrium is seeking members of clergy, pastors, and ministers in the Middletown area to serve as an on-call Volunteer Chaplain.  The requirements include:  Associate's or Bachelor's degree in Religion or Theology, minimum five years as a pastor, associate pastor, elder or bishop, and experience as a pastoral caregiver/counselor in a church or outreach facility.  Resumes should be submitted to:

Showing Our Appreciation

Volunteers at Atrium Medical Center make a difference. The efforts of our volunteers are always welcomed, appreciated and acknowledged.

Along with the satisfaction of helping others and giving back to the community, volunteers receive the following benefits:

  • Complimentary meal on the day that you volunteer
  • Free parking
  • Free annual flu shot

Become an Atrium Medical Center volunteer today!

Learn more about the Atrium Medical Center volunteer program:

Content Updated: July 12, 2016

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