Picture Yourself as a Volunteer
Our hospital welcomes volunteers to help serve the growing healthcare needs of our community.
If you have a specific interest or background, there are ways you can choose to contribute your time and talents. In addition to supporting various clinical and non-clinical departments, our volunteer auxiliary manages Lifeline, an in-home emergency monitoring program that provides homebound residents a way to activate emergency response.
Hospital volunteers are also needed to help operate the gift shop. Those with pastoral backgrounds are also essential to the volunteer Chaplain Program.
Cumberland Medical Center appreciates and values the assistance of community volunteers to help provide a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere for patients and visitors. Volunteers serve as hospital representatives and may be the first to greet patients or visitors. We are searching for caring, compassionate, dedicated individuals who are willing to commit at least four hours a week in service to their community by volunteering at the medical center campus.
Volunteers play a significant part in our patients’ experiences at the medical center.
Volunteer Work Areas
- Cardiac Rehab
- Gift Shop
- HABIT Pet Therapy
- Information Desk
- Labor & Delivery
- Medical Imaging
- Medical Staff Services
- Pastoral Care
- Pathology Lab
- Physical Therapy
- Same Day Surgery Waiting Desk
- Wellness Complex
Want to Volunteer?
Volunteering is an inspiring way to make a difference in the community, meet new people and stay active. Men and women of all ages have found friendship, inspiration, renewed energy, and the satisfaction of assisting others through their work. To learn more about our volunteer program, call 931-459-7133 or click here to apply online.
Volunteer Eligibility & Requirements
- 18 years or older
- Minimum six month commitment
- Completion of volunteer application
- Completion of interview by hospital administration
- Completion of acceptable background check
- Completion of confidentiality agreements
- Volunteers must always act in a kind, courteous, gracious and professional manner to every hospital patient and visitor.
Money raised by the hospital auxiliary helps fund special projects that benefit patient care while at the hospital. Fundraising occurs through gift shop and vending machine sales as well as other promotional fundraisers throughout the year.