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Volunteering at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) presents new learning opportunities and an enriching experience. Volunteers play an instrumental role in supporting our healthcare team to offer quality service to our patients and their families, by assisting with supplementary duties such as reading to patients, restocking of supplies, sorting files, assisting with the feeding of patients and any other miscellaneous non-clinical tasks which may be required.

Volunteers are mostly assigned to the various wards and can also be assigned to one of the other departments at the QEH. There is no stipend attached to volunteering but your gift of time will prove to be invaluable to your personal and professional development.

Why Volunteer?

  • Interested in medicine? As a volunteer at QEH, you get to to better understand the duties and responsibilities associated with the various healthcare professions. If you’re interested in a future career in medicine, volunteering affords you the opportunity to be exposed to the setting of a major healthcare facility in operation.
  • Community Service : For students, your hours spent as a volunteer, aids in contributing to the community service hours which are required for entrance into various tertiary educational programmes
  • Add to your skill set: Volunteering contributes to personal growth and development as you learn new skills and gain experience in the healthcare environment in exchange for the gift of your time.

Ready to Volunteer?

If you’re a reliable and enthusiastic team player with a willingness to learn, possess good communication skills then we’d love to hear from you! Here’s what you need to do to apply:

  1. Download the application form :
    Application for Volunteer Employment (PDF)
  2. Complete and submit your application along with the stipulated supporting documentation to our Human Resources Department

If you’re successful, all volunteers will be required to undergo orientation before their assignment commences. Any application without supported documentation will not be considered.

Supporting documentation

If you’re a student from an educational institution:

  • Two (2) testimonials
  • Health certificate from a medical practitioner

All other persons:

  • Two (2) testimonials
  • Health certificate from a medical practitioner
  • Police Certificate of Character
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