Our volunteers donate countless hours of service to Covenant Health’s hospitals and facilities throughout the East Tennessee region. Our volunteers are priceless, and we couldn’t provide the excellent care we do without their service.
How can I become a volunteer with Covenant Health?
On this page you’ll find links for more information or to apply to the hospital volunteer program nearest you. If you do not have access to a computer and would like more information or need assistance submitting your application, please call the number listed for the volunteer program in which you are interested.
|Claiborne Medical Center||(423) 526-2192|
|Covenant Homecare and Hospice||(865) 374-0864|
|Cumberland Medical Center||(931) 459-7133|
|Fort Loudoun Medical Center||(865) 271-6055|
|Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center||(865) 331-1249|
|LeConte Medical Center||(865) 446-8406|
|Methodist Medical Center||(865) 835-4170|
|Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System||(423) 492-5952|
|Parkwest Medical Center & Peninsula||(865) 373-1556|
|Roane Medical Center||(865) 316-2308|
|Thompson Cancer Survival Center||(865) 331-1227|
Who accepts Teen/Junior Volunteers?
Donating time providing community service serves as a right of passage for many teenagers. Whether service learning is required as part of school curriculum or teens interested in a career in the medical field, volunteering at one of Covenant Health’s hospitals or other facilities can provide a wonderful learning experience.
There are multiple opportunities for teenagers to volunteer within Covenant Health facilities. Although the age ranges vary slightly from facility to facility, the following accept applications for Junior/Teen volunteers (check with individual facilities for their specific criteria and application deadlines):
- Covenant HomeCare/Hospice (West Knoxville): 14 – 18 years old
- LeConte Medical Center (Sevierville): 14 – 17 years old
- Methodist Medical Center (Oak Ridge): Must have completed the 8th grade