Why Volunteer?

Volunteering at Pali Momi Medical Center, Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women & Children, and Straub Clinic & Hospital provides many rewarding benefits:

 
  Make a difference       Gain experience       Build new friendships  

What would I do as a volunteer?

There are many volunteer opportunities available throughout our facilities:


What does it take to be a Hawai'i Pacific Health volunteer?

We're looking for individuals with:


  • Positive Attitude
  • Open Mindedness and Flexibility
  • Maturity and Respect for Others
  • Genuine Desire to Help Others
  • Sincere Interest in Straub

Volunteers must also be at least 16 years old, and commit to working a regular weekly schedule for three to six months.  

What would I do as a volunteer?

Many volunteers work directly with patients, assisting staff in transporting, visiting or reading to patients. The information desk, patient care units and gift shop are just a few of the areas where volunteers can provide assistance.

How do I apply?

As a volunteer, you become a member of our health care team. Because our patient's health and safety is of utmost importance, our volunteers go through a screening and orientation process similar to that of our hospital staff.

Volunteer screening and orientation takes about three to four weeks from the time we receive your completed application.

To receive your Volunteer Information Packet, click here.