Please review the following clarifying questions to ensure you are applying correctly for the hospital and program you are interested in:

  • Are you applying to the correct Texas Health hospital
  • Have you reviewed the specific volunteer program’s minimum requirements
  • Have you completed and answered each question in the application in full
  • Have you submitted two professional references to complete the application process

Volunteer Interview Process

Once you apply to volunteer at a Texas Health hospital, there may be an initial phone screening to provide clarification around the program you applied for, time commitments and other requirements. After the phone screening, you may be scheduled for an in-person interview. If there is a volunteer placement match found for you, you will be invited to the on-boarding process.

Volunteer On-Boarding Process

The on-boarding steps include:

  • Employee health:
    • Immunization record for proof of vaccines for measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), varicella (Chickenpox), tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap). If you have no written record of your vaccination for these diseases, you will be required to have a blood test to confirm your immunity
    • TB test
    • Flu shot during flu season
    • Urine drug screening

Once you complete the above on-boarding steps, you will be invited to an in-person new volunteer orientation.

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