Johns Hopkins Medicine offers volunteer opportunities to people looking to make a difference or gain experience in a health care environment. Our volunteers help support our health care providers and patients alike through a variety of roles, from offering valuable feedback to improve patient experience, to helping doctors and researchers in a clinical or lab settings.
Why Volunteer at Johns Hopkins Medicine?
Bring Joy to Patients and Visitors
Join an ever-growing team of volunteers who aim to create positive change in the hospital's patients and visitors lives.
Gain Valuable Experience
Our volunteer services team offers many different and unique volunteer opportunities that allow for learning and skill development in a hospital setting.
Make Lasting Connections
Create relationships with other volunteers and hospital staff alike that can last a lifetime.
9 Tips for Successful Volunteering During COVID-19
Alicia Wilson, the vice president for economic development at The Johns Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Health System, and Nancy Beck, a nurse educator in the Department of Surgery, provide 9 tips on how to safely volunteer during the pandemic.
The Magic of Volunteering
Hear from three volunteers about their time at Suburban Hospital as well as Pamela Fogan's, the director of volunteer services at the hospital, and her stories of past volunteers and how they have helped make a difference in someone's life.
Volunteering: A Gift to Hopkins
This volunteer orientation video from The Johns Hopkins Hospital that gives an inside look at volunteer services history and how we assist in providing excellent patient care.