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Ward Based Volunteer & Befriending - Ward G2 (Surgical Triage Unit) NMGH
Flexible volunteering opportunity.
7 days a week 9-6pm
Meeting & Greeting staff, patients, visitors onto the ward area.
Assisting with basic enquiries either face to face or via the telephone.
Supporting staff with adhoc administration & tidying up of communal areas.
Sit chatting with patients, especially those with no visitors.
Patient activities such as reading to patients, listening, watching TV, playing board games, other distraction activities
Supporting staff to improve the overall patient experience
North Manchester General Hospital, M85RB
Uniform & travel expenses
Completed 20 hours way finding or other ward based volunteering experience
You must be over 16 years old
You need a criminal check You need an induction
Open from Monday 1st May 2017 to Wednesday 1st January 2020
Closing on Monday 1st May 2017 in -471 days.
Left on Sunday 15th July 2018 for Ward Based Volunteer & Befriending - Ward F11 ROH
It was busy plenty to do which is great
Left on Sunday 15th July 2018 for A&E Volunteers ROH
Enjoying myself on here, plenty to do
Left on Friday 25th May 2018 for Ward 9 - elective orthopaedics FGH
Yes I have enjoyed working with the different staff on the orthopaedics ward and I have enjoyed learning new things.
Left on Friday 4th May 2018 for Ward Based Volunteer & Befriending - Ward F5 NMGH
It was amazing to actually see how the ward works and how hectic it is. I enjoyed feeling like I was part of the team.
Left on Thursday 3rd May 2018 for Way Finder Volunteers - Trust wide at ROH, NMGH & FGH
Great way to become accustomed to the hospital grounds and also be able to put a smile on people's day when coming into hospital.
Left on Thursday 12th April 2018 for Way Finder Volunteers - Trust wide at ROH, NMGH & FGH
Good day, was able to start learning how to find my way around the majority of departments. Also, helped people find there way around which helped me massively on remembering where everything is.