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To protect the health and safety of our patients and staff, we have suspended all in-person volunteer programs and services until further notice. 

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Why volunteer?

Volunteering is a great way to explore career fields, gain valuable learning experiences and add to your repertoire for future employment and/or college entrance requirements. It is also a known way to increase self-esteem, meet new friends and develop new skills.

Simply put, volunteering feels good. By taking an active role, you will get the chance to connect with others, share compassion and be an important part of your community. You will learn about others, while learning about yourself.

Adult volunteer opportunities

Regina Hospital offers opportunities for volunteers that encompass many fields of interest such as:  

  • Contribute to non-nursing aspect of patient care in the hospital
  • Provide escort with Regina's health care campus
  • Greet the public and give directions at main entrance
  • Help with clerical tasks

Youth volunteer program

An experience that is very positive for all involved is available for youth between the ages of 13 and 17 years old.  

  • Ortho & Sports Therapy assistant (age 14 - 17) Assists with patient flow in rehab area.  After school hours available.                         
  • Patient Satisfaction Data Collector (age 16 - 17) Assists patients in using an electronic tablet to identify opportunities for improvement in patient care. 1 to 1½ hour shift depending on patient count, includes Sat/Sun

Steps to become a volunteer

  1. Complete volunteer application.
  2. We will get together to get acquainted either before or after you have completed the enrollment paperwork. Regina is required to perform a background check, so be prepared to provide your MN Driver’s license number (if you have one) and Social Security number.
  3. Prospective volunteers contact Regina's Infection Control Practitioner to verify immunity to measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox, and tuberculosis. If your immunization record is unavailable, our Infection Control Practitioner may arrange for a free test at Regina’s laboratory to verify your immunity (parent or guardian's permission signature required for youth).
  4. We’ll schedule a time for you to attend a general orientation session to learn what you need to know about Regina before you get started. Training in your area of service will also be provided.
For more information
Call 651-404-1104 or email
Volunteer delivering flowers at Regina Hospital

Regina Hospital volunteer delivering flowers to a patient.