Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital
As a community hospital, we rely on the heartfelt efforts of volunteers to help create an atmosphere of healing within and beyond these walls. There are several programs and ways you can participate in helping Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital fulfill its commitment to the community.
- Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital’s Volunteer Services offers camaraderie and the ability to improve lives through working in the hospital gift shop, the lobby information desk, and in support of many other hospital departments including the emergency department, inpatient units and the patient registration area. Membership is open to all ages. To find out how you can be of service, please refer to the column on the right of this page labeled "Things you Need to Know." Follow the links to learn more information and register.
- The Student Program gives high school students a chance to discover the rewards and challenges of working in a medical facility. The student volunteer program is open to young people who are at least 16 years of age. For more information, please call the Volunteer Services office at (530) 888-4500 x 5004.
- The Hospice Program provides trained volunteers with the chance to make a difference in the final days of a patient's life and to reduce the stress on family and friends. Regular training sessions are available for those who wish to contribute to this meaningful effort. For more information about these services please visit our VNA Visiting Nurses Association or Hospice webpages, or contact Sutter Auburn Faith VNA & Hospice at (530) 886-6650.
- The Sutter Auburn Faith Foundation supports many health related programs in the greater Auburn area with the help of community benefit minded volunteers. For information on volunteer opportunities, visit our Giving webpage or call the Foundation office at (530) 888-4557.