Volunteers

At the Lorne Community Hospital, volunteers are the foundation of our organisation.

Their commitment, expertise and time greatly enhances the personal care the Hospital provide to patients.

For over 50 years, volunteers have supported the Lorne Community Hospital in a number of positions such as, recreational activities, peer support, patient transport, gardening and special projects.

Why volunteer at the Lorne Community Hospital? Just ask our volunteers…

“I feel that my efforts as a volunteer are appreciated and allow me to make worthwhile contribution to our local community”.

“I really enjoy volunteering as I am able to help people in need, meet and work with others and gather new skills and ideas”.

Benefits of volunteering with Lorne Community Hospital:

  • Expands skills and experience
  • Enables support to the wider community
  • Help improve the lives of those utilising our services
  • Meet new people and build friendships
  • Great career experience

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at Lorne Community Hospital, please contact our volunteers coordinator, Joy Dywer on 5289 4315.