Volunteer Services at Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park provides enhanced services to staff, members, and guests at the medical center and medical offices at Baldwin Park, West Covina, San Dimas, Diamond Bar, Montebello, and City of Industry.
We welcome adult volunteers, age 18 and over year- round. Applicants must be willing to commit to 4 hours per week for 1 year and a minimum of 200 hours of service. Documentation is given on completion of the of the volunteer commitment if requested.
Volunteer opportunities include service in clinical, clerical and customer service areas. We also utilize our volunteers for special events. We do not provide internships or shadowing opportunities.
Our adult requirements include an initial interview, a background check, health screening for TB, and a mandatory 2-day orientation. We provide all of these.
Pet Therapy Volunteers
We have a Pet Therapy Program and are happy to accept TDI or ATD accredited dogs and their companions as volunteers.
Our teen volunteer program, which takes place between June and December, is for 16 and 17-year-old high school juniors and seniors. Applications for the Teen Program are open from April 1 to May 5. Teens must have an initial interview, provide documentation of a 3.0 GPA, a teacher recommendation letter, an essay, and parent/ guardian permission. Teens must have a health screening and attend a 4-hour orientation. Teens must volunteer for 6 months with a minimum of 75 hours for documentation. They may volunteer weekdays, only between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm.
We do not support on-line applications. Prospective volunteers should call the Volunteer Office to request an application.
If you would like experience in a hospital or medical office and enjoy giving your time to help others, please call the Volunteer Office at 626-851-6745 or 626-851-6444 between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
Please note: Volunteering has no bearing on access to a job at Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center.
Heroes wanted: no experience necessary
Do you want to make a difference in someone’s life when it matters most? As a hospice volunteer for our Baldwin Park service area, you can help terminally ill patients and their families by running errands, providing friendly visits, or giving a caregiver a break.
Hospice care provides medical services, emotional support, and spiritual resources for people who are in the ﬁnal stages of a terminal illness, such as cancer or heart failure. Hospice also can help family members deal with the practical and emotional challenges of dealing with a dying loved one.
If you are 18 or older, can spare about 2 to 4 hours a week, and have transportation, you could help families during their difficult time. Bilingual skills are especially helpful.
For more information, contact Hospice Volunteer Recruitment at 562-622-4239.
To contact Bereavement Support, please call 562-622-3863.