Volunteer at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

Join Our Team 

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. 

Our volunteers serve in a number of areas, including:  Wayfinding, Ambulatory Surgery, Emergency Department, Good Sam’s Gifts, in-patient pharmacy and patient care programs.

Start the Volunteer Process

Initial Steps & Requirements

  • Complete and return your application. Find the downloadable application packet below.
  • Submit two references. References must be completed by individuals outside your family. Reference can include friends, teachers/professors, work associates…
  • Complete a criminal background check.
  • Volunteers must be at least 15 years of age to participate.

Applications will be considered only after your completed application items are received by Volunteer Services.

Interview & Next Steps

Volunteers are placed based on skills and available positions.

After completing the initial steps, you will be invited to an interview with Volunteer Services. You will receive volunteer information and review service descriptions and schedules. We will review your skills and interests to determine an appropriate placement.

Once a volunteer assignment has been determined, you will receive a packet of information which includes:

  • Required training.
  • Medical forms.

Last Steps

  • You will also have your picture taken for an identification badge.
  • You will be provided with mandatory general and volunteer orientation education.
  • You will be required to complete a Volunteer Medical Information form and meet immunization/test requirements with the Employee Health Department.
  • After completing the mandatory general and volunteer orientation requirements and receiving clearance by the Employee Health Department, you will contact your area of service to be trained.

Additional Requirements

  • Volunteers must make a minimum commitment of six months.
  • Typically, individuals volunteer once per week for 2 to 4 hours.

Frequently Asked Questions About Volunteering at Samaritan

Yes. Once you have completed training for one service, you are welcome to begin training in another service. Some of our volunteers work in several different volunteer positions.

Samaritan’s dress code applies to all staff, paid and volunteer. The basic dress code requires conservative, business-like attire. Examples of clothing that cannot be worn include: baseball caps, tee shirts, tube tops, shorts, see-through, provocative or revealing clothing, stirrup pants and spandex. A complete copy of Samaritan’s dress code will be provided and reviewed during orientation.

Samaritan Health Services is powered by our people and dedicated to building healthier communities together. Our employees and volunteers are committed to serving with PRIDE.

  • Passion:        Give your best, every day.
  • Respect:        Treat all with dignity and courtesy.
  • Integrity:      Do what you say.
  • Dedication:  Do whatever it takes.
  • Excellence:   Go above and beyond.

All active volunteers are required to complete an annual education review, which includes information on health and safety, and the hospital emergency procedures. These requirements are regulatory mandates.

Aerial view of Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center.

Volunteer Forms – Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

Please download and submit your application and references to:

GSRMC Volunteer Services Department
3600 NW Samaritan Drive
Corvallis, OR 97330

Have additional questions?  Please email or call 541-768-5083

Two members of the Good Samaritan Auxiliary.

Learn About Our Auxiliary 

The Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Auxiliary is a group of dedicated people whose mission is to promote the welfare and serve the needs of Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center and the community.

The Auxiliary enhances patient care by providing:

  • Allocations to medical center departments to purchase equipment and training materials.
  • Stuffed animals for pediatric patients.
  • Layettes and holiday stockings for newborns.
  • Virginia Welch and James R. Mol Scholarships for students / employees pursuing careers in medically related fields.
  • Contributions to capital campaigns such as the Breast Imaging Program.
  • Over $1,700,000 toward programs to enhance patient care since 1999.

Join Us

We invite you to become a member of our Auxiliary, and join us in making a difference in the lives of patients, employees and members of our community.

Membership is open to all who have an interest in the hospital.

Each membership, whether through active participation or membership fees, makes a difference.

You may join for an annual fee of $15.00 or lifetime membership of $125.00, or you may wish to just make a donation.

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