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Volunteer Opportunities


Your special skills, interests and time commitment are matched with the needs of St. Luke’s. You may work with patients, families and visitors, or assist staff in a hospital department or clinic. This list represents many of our volunteer positions. It is not inclusive of all volunteer opportunities.

St. Luke's has many volunteer opportunities available. Call Volunteer Services at 218.249.5344 for more information and work with us to put the patient above all else.

Breast Center Reception Desk

Greet patients and communicate information to them. Call patients to remind them of appointments.

Clerical Assistance

Perform clerical duties as needed in a specific department.

Clinic Volunteer

Work in St. Luke’s outpatient medical clinics. Help with office work and duties as requested by clinic staff.

Hospital Deliveries

Deliver books, magazines and patient comment cards to patient care and waiting areas. Project deliveries to departments and employees.

Information Desk

Greet and direct visitors. Respond to requests for information.

Intensive Care Waiting Area (ICU)

Greet visitors, supply information about the ICU and waiting area. Provide a caring ear for family and friends of patients in ICU. Keep waiting area presentable (coffee area, magazines, etc.).

Laboratory-Pathology

Organize supply shelves. Pull slides when requested, file slides, assist staff.

Mail Messenger

Sort and deliver mail to hospital departments/adjacent clinics and pick up out-going mail.

MARKETPLACE

Assist customers, ring up cash, credit, and payroll deduction sales of food, beverages and merchandise. Clean and stock shelves and coolers, mark merchandise, open and close marketplace.

PHARMACY

File orders, photocopy, transfer labels, file records, box records, clean shelves.

SPECIAL PROJECTS

Group work: Complete special projects—mailings, packet building, inventory supplies, deliveries.

SURGICAL & PROCEDURAL CARE

Greet patients as they arrive for surgery/procedures, enter patient arrival time , escort families to patient bedside and doctor consultation rooms, assemble patient charts, answer phones, direct or escort families and visitors to hospital locations.