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Become a Fort Washington Medical Center Volunteer

If you are interested in making a difference and you have time (even an hour a week is helpful) or talent to share, we invite you to join our volunteers! Fort Washington Medical Center is searching for a strong coalition of enthusiastic people to lend extra energy and creativity to our programs.

So, whether you are a high school student working toward community service hours, a retired person, or an entrepreneur working for yourself with time to spare, there is plenty of room for you! We appreciate your desire and dedication to give of your time to the community.

Please complete the Volunteer Application Form here. Our Volunteer Director will contact you to arrange for a personal interview.

Why Volunteer?

Here are a few reasons why you'll enjoy volunteering:

  • Opportunity to give back to the community where you live and work
  • Satisfaction of brightening someone's day and simply helping others
  • Chance to use your skills and develop new ones
  • Great way to share ideas
  • Explore possible career options
  • Fulfill your community service hours required for graduation
  • Connect with new and wonderful people
  • Make new friends
  • Participate in special events

Volunteers at Fort Washington Medical Center enjoy:

  • Discounted meals – during your normal work schedule
  • Free parking
  • Free flu shots & PPD screenings
  • Active participation in hospital special functions
  • Invitations to Annual recognition (during Employee Appreciation Day and annual reception held for all volunteers)

Thank you for your consideration!

Hear it from Our Patients

Jody Beard has suffered from knee pain for many years. Not anymore, thanks to knee replacement surgery through the Fort Washington Medical Center Joint Replacement Program.
This surgery has changed my life. I no longer lay on shopping carts for support or agonize when walking on concrete. After two knee replacements, now I am all over the place. I’m walking around the school where I work without pain. My granddaughter says I don’t walk like a penguin anymore. I have my surgeon and the FWMC staff to thank for that!
~ Jody Beard