Our Community

Volunteer Opportunities

Now Accepting Volunteer Applications

We are happy to start welcoming new volunteers to Presbyterian Healthcare Services!

We have volunteer positions at many sites throughout Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Santa Fe and we offer an array of volunteer opportunities designed to help you find a rewarding and fun way to spend your time.

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Vaccination Requirement

All Presbyterian employees, clinicians, members of the medical staff, contractors and volunteers are required to get vaccinated.

PHS Vaccination Requirement for Volunteers

Our goal in Volunteer Services is to match your interests and talents with a volunteer opportunity. Due to the current COVID situation, we have limited open volunteer areas.

Opportunities are available in:

Volunteer Types

Adult volunteers must be at least 18 years old and Youth volunteers are 16 – 17 years old. Volunteers serve in nearly every department of the hospital, and provide a weekly commitment of 4 hours per week and an overall minimum commitment of nine months.

Rewards of Volunteering

People volunteer at Presbyterian for a variety of reasons. Many are retirees who want to do something stimulating and worthwhile. Others still work, but they like to volunteer a few hours in the evening or on weekends. Student volunteers use their volunteer experience to explore healthcare careers and complete school community service requirements.

Other benefits of volunteering with us include:

  • Free flu shots

  • Gift Shop discounts

  • Free membership at the Presbyterian Healthplex (minimum hours required)

  • Annual Appreciation & Awards Luncheon

  • Employee Assistance Program (available to the volunteer only, minimum hours required)

Volunteer Resources

Volunteer Handbook

PHS Volunteer Compliance Training Test

Planned Giving

Including Presbyterian in your will allows you to have a long-term impact on the health of our community and the care provided by our hospitals, clinics, and caregivers.

Presbyterian Home Healthcare Services

Our nurses, therapists, dieticians, aides, technicians, social workers, chaplains, and volunteers provide quality care in homes across New Mexico.

Together for Health

Presbyterian Healthcare Services envisions a healthy New Mexico. Learn more about the priority health issues facing each of our communities identified in our most recent Community Health Assessment.