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Volunteers are the heart of our organisation. We recognise and value the role our volunteers play in supporting our health services, and improving the health outcomes for patients, clients and families. Volunteer work in our hospitals and in the community.

All applicants are interviewed and undergo a screening process prior to commencement. Orientation and education are provided for all programs.  

Below is the list of programs that we are recruiting to in 2022. Please click on the each program to download the role description. 

Hospital and Multipurpose Service Programs

Community Based Programs


Palliative Care Community Support Volunteers are speciality trained volunteers who have chosen to give back to their community by supporting people with life limiting conditions, their carers and families through end of life.  Southern NSW LHD Palliative Care Volunteers visit people in their homes and in residential aged care. Volunteers are provided training to offer social, emotional and practical support and respite to clients, carers and their families, reducing distress, improving peoples’ quality of life and bereavement experiences. 


What is involved? 
We recruit twice a year. We will advertise to the required roles at selected sites.
Each applicant will need to:

Last updated: 16 September 2022