Our volunteers come from all walks of life, including professionals, homemakers, former patients, military personnel, retirees and students, and bring a myriad of abilities with them. We know you have many options in deciding how to spend your free time and we are very excited that you have an interest in becoming a volunteer with Scott & White.
Volunteers expand their horizons and develop camaraderie with others interested in lending a hand. As a volunteer, you provide a valuable service to your community and you have a chance to meet many interesting people. Scott & White volunteers make a positive impact on people's lives and are a vital part of the organization.
As members of the Scott & White team, volunteers give themselves a gift, too. Studies show that people who help others are healthier, happier people. Even if you have only four hours to spare each week, volunteering can bring you added job skills, school credit or simply feeling good from helping others.
How to Become a Volunteer
Volunteers over the age of 18 may apply. Volunteer opportunities fit individual time schedules, abilities, interests, and skills. Some volunteers work directly with patients, while others provide invaluable assistance in support areas or with special projects.
For volunteers between ages 16-18: Learn more about our summer volunteer program »
- Complete a volunteer application form
- Complete a confidentiality form
- Participate in a personal interview with Volunteer Services
- Take a free TB skin test
- Attend an orientation
- Receive training for assigned area of service
- Commit to giving a minimum of four hours a week
Available Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers opportunities are available at the following clinics:
Round Rock Hospital and Clinic
- Administrative support
- Clinic greeter
- Waiting area coordinator
- Food services
- Medical Records
- Human Resources
- Emergency Department
- Shuttle service
- Supply chain services
Georgetown Clinic - Sun City
- Coffee service