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Volunteers are a valued and essential part of the team at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. We have more than 600 volunteers working at the Trust with our staff to enhance patient services and care across our 2 sites. Volunteering is provided at UHCW through University Hospital Voluntary Services and UHCW Charity. At the Hospital of St Cross volunteering is provided through the Friends of the Hospital of St Cross and Rugby Hospital Radio.
No clinical or medical background is necessary and the only restriction is that you must be aged 16 or over (Friends of the Hospital of St Cross minimum age is 18). At the Trust we welcome and embrace diversity therefore your gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion/belief, age, social status, disability or any other characteristic you have will be viewed as a valuable asset for the Trust.
Volunteering is a rewarding way of giving up your time. There are many reasons why people choose to volunteer, such as:
The different roles open to volunteers include:
University Hospital Voluntary Services– Contact the office on 024 76965146/7
For more details on Coventry Hospital Radio visit their website.
UHCW Charity – Contact the office on 024 76966913
Friends of the Hospital of St Cross – Contact the office on 01788 663754
Rugby Hospital Radio – Contact the studio on 01788 545271
University Hospitals Voluntary Services are currently not processing new applications for volunteers. This means that if you apply to become a volunteer there may be a wait before your application is processed. We will write to you on receipt of your application to keep you informed of the current status. This does not affect applications made to UHCW Charity, Rugby Hospital Radio and the Friends of the Hospital of St Cross.
To support our hospitals and make a donation visit www.uhcwcharity.org
This site uses automatic translation software provided by Google. The Trust cannot verify its accuracy and you should not rely on the information translated. If you have a query, please contact the Patient Advice and Liaison team or your doctor/nurse.