Become a Volunteer

The Coffeyville Regional Medical Center Auxiliary has been an integral part of the hospital since they first organized inthe 1950’s. Through the years medicine has seen many changes, but the heart of a volunteer has not.  CRMC Auxiliary is committed to assisting CRMC in providing quality healthcare to Coffeyville and the surrounding area.

One of the key roles of the CRMC Auxiliary is to improve the well-being of patients and hospital visitors and to make their experience at CRMC as pleasant as possible.  Whether you have you have a lot of time, or just a little to give, you can make a difference.

To become a member of the CRMC Auxiliary please print a copy of the application form and return it to the Director of Foundation and Volunteer Services or to the Information Desk at the CRMC Main Entrance.  Applications are also available in the Foundation Office, the information desk, and in the Auxiliary Gift Shop.

Auxiliary members are required to have a background check, complete a health form, and complete orientation before volunteering in the hospital.

Floor Workers

Answer phones, carry medications to departments when necessary, wheel or escort patients to different departments as needed, carry food trays, deliver patient mail, as well as office mail, deliver flowers, fold marketing brochures or stuff envelopes.

Surgery Waiting Room

Assist families of patients while they are in surgery.

Tatman Cancer Center and Jerry Marquette Radiation Oncology Center

Assist patients while they wait for their appointment.

Gift Shop

The volunteer acts as cashier, marks items for sale, accounts for the money before opening and closing, answers the phone, and is friendly while assisting customers.

Become a Volunteer

If you would like to become a volunteer, please print a copy of the application form and return it to the Director Foundation and Volunteer Services through the Human Resources department located on the fourth floor. Before a volunteer can get started, he or she must be approved, undergo a background check and an orientation meeting, pay their dues, and purchase a monogrammed red shirt or vest.

Director of Foundation and Volunteer Services: Cari Redden