Volunteer at University of Colorado Hospital
Volunteers play an extremely important role at University of Colorado Hospital. Volunteers provide the personal touch that enriches the hospital experience for:
In 2010, over 500 people volunteered at UCH. These generous volunteers logged more than 60,000 hours of service in more than 75 areas, a $1.25 million savings for the hospital.
Volunteer positions are available for:
- Teens (Minimum age is 16; apply in April for summer teen program)
- College students
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Find out about the PFCC Advisory Council
Contact Volunteer Services
To contact Volunteer Services with questions, or to schedule your interview, call (720) 848-1886 or e-mail email@example.com
University of Colorado Hospital receives many requests for "shadowing" – where a visitor to UCH observes doctors, nurses, therapists, technicians, and other healthcare providers as they care for patients or perform their day-to-day duties.
The Educational Observation Program (EOP) at UCH is designed to provide a structured educational experience for those visitors.
Sponsors and observers
In order to participate in the program, visitors to UCH ("participants" or "observers") must have a sponsor – a UCH employee who has made arrangements for the observation and who will accompany the observer at all times during the visit.
- Observers must be at least 18 years old and a high school graduate.
- There is a lifetime limit of 12 hours for observers.
- Any UCH employee can be a sponsor.
If you are a UCH employee who wants to sponsor a participant in the program, please review the "algorithm" and "procedures and checklists" documents below to begin the process.
Contact Rita Alexander, Volunteer Services manager, at x84068
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