Our volunteers are the face of the Mildura Base Hospital and play an integral role…
From the initial greeting at our new concierge desk, to assisting our patients, their families and visitors to easily find their way around the hospital, our volunteers play an essential role within the hospital organisation.
Whether it is making tea for patients receiving treatment in the Oncology and Dialysis department, printing pamphlets and information packs to assist our staff in Midwifery, or perhaps assisting with our trolley service to the Wards, our volunteers greatly enhance the quality of the service that we are able to provide to our community and make a enormous difference to the day-to-day lives of the patients that they serve.
How to become a volunteer at MBH?
If you would like to become a part of our volunteer team at Mildura Base Hospital an application pack can be obtained from the Hospital front reception.
Concierge service gives a warm welcome
A “concierge” service is now greeting visitors to Mildura Base Hospital.
An enthusiastic team of trained volunteers is on board to staff the concierge desk, inside the main hospital entrance, between 8.30 and 4.30 each weekday.
Our concierges are on duty to meet and assist hospital visitors, helping them to get their bearings and know where to go or who to see.
The idea came from the MBH Community Advisory Board and was implemented with funds raised by the Mildura Harness Racing Club at its Pacing Cup Carnival last year.
If you‘d like to volunteer in any capacity at MBH, please get in touch with Faye Matulick – she’d love to hear from you.
Pictured: Chris Compt (MBH Manager Health Information Services) and volunteers Auralie Munro, Deborah Craig (who is a new volunteer at MBH) and Christine Macdonald with Faye Matulick (MBH front office supervisor) and Gayle Danson (chair of the MBH Community Advisory Board).