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Volunteering

Volunteer to Visit Patients

For Clergies and Laities

For those who have had prior theological credentialing and training, you will visit with patients and offer support, comfort and loving care within the context of the patient's own religious beliefs. Pastoral Care volunteers should have poise, tact, discretion and sensitivity in meeting and talking with patients and their families. A minimum of four hours a week in hospital visitation, as assigned by staff chaplains, is required. Download an application here and bring it to our pastoral care department, or send it to:
 
Attn: Pastoral Care Department
301 Memorial Medical Pkwy.
Daytona Beach, FL 32117
 

Volunteer in the Chaplain's Office

Clerical

These volunteers do not need to have theological credentials, just a desire to serve the community from within the Pastoral Care department. If you are interested, visit our Volunteer page.
 

Community Church Representative

Community Church Representatives receive a hospital ID badge and confidentiality training to visit people of their own faith in the hospital. As a Community Church Representative, you must complete an orientation program at the hospital and training at your own place of worship, if necessary. Download an application here and bring it to our Pastoral Care department, or send it to:
 
Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center
Attn: Pastoral Care Department
301 Memorial Medical Pkwy.
Daytona Beach, FL 32117
 

Spiritual Ambassador

Employees Only

The goal of a Spiritual Ambassador is to redefine the focus of the "job" to the " Mission." A Spiritual Ambassador will be sensitive to the spiritual needs of the department staff, while working in conjunction with Pastoral Care to provide needed services. If you have a willingness to provide comfort and support through scripture and prayer to your fellow team members, download and complete the application to become a Spiritual Ambassador and bring it to the Pastoral Care department at Memorial Medical Center.