Volunteering at Crisp Regional

At Crisp Regional, our volunteers are important members of our care and services teams. Volunteers dedicate their time to many important activities here, with a direct and positive impact on both patients and staff. By volunteering, you are not only providing a valuable service, but you are also giving a precious gift to our community—your time. Becoming a part of our care team will make a difference in people’s lives, including your own.

Through fundraising efforts, jewelry sales and gift shop sales, the Auxiliary supports many worthy projects at Crisp Regional, including a $30,000 pledge to the Cancer Center campaign and a recent gift of $9,000 to the Birthing Center. Other projects sponsored and funded by the Auxiliary include:

  • Lights of Love
  • Red wagons for pediatrics
  • Donation to Hospice for Alzheimer’s Tour
  • Ministry for Hospital
  • Artwork for pediatrician’s office
Volunteering at Crisp Regional

Volunteer Assignments

Our volunteers can be seen throughout the hospital, some with patient interaction and others with limited patient contact. They serve in a large number and variety of non-medical roles and provide comfort and support to patients, family members, visitors and staff. They deliver newspapers to patients, transport specimens to the lab, greet visitors and run miscellaneous errands. Whether serving at our information desks, in our gift shop or as a volunteer chaplain, they brighten days and lives. There are many opportunities to serve, whether you have only a few hours or wish to volunteer more time. Please review the relevant qualifications and submit the application form available here.

A father and son volunteering

Volunteer Opportunities

If you are 18 years of age or older and are considering becoming a hospital volunteer, we request that you:

  • Be able to devote four hours per week for a minimum of six months.
  • Be willing to follow CDC recommendations for hospital volunteers, which include an immunization record (if born after 1957), an annual flu shot and an annual TB test.
  • Submit personal references and have a background check.
Woman bringing a patient flowers

Please click here for our volunteer application. You may email or mail it to us at:

Community Relations
Attention: Brooke Marshall
902 7th Street North
Cordele, GA 31015
Email: bmarshall@crispregional.org

For more information about Volunteering, call 229-276-3284 or email bmarshall@crispregional.org.