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Derby Teaching Hospitals Volunteers

Volunteers Team
Volunteers Team
Over 500 Volunteers from 16 years to 84 years, give up their own time to make all patients and visitors feel welcome across the 3 Trust Hospitals.
London Road
Derby Children's
Royal Derby
They volunteer because they care about people and want to make a difference.
 

Our Exciting Projects:

Home From Hospital Companionship Volunteers: 

  Home From Hospital

Our volunteers give 5 weeks support In Patient's Home: offering services such as Befriending/Essential Shopping and Advice on other community services.

Student and 6th Form - Meal Time Project:

6th Form Meal Time Students

We link with local 6th Form Schools:

  • Landau Forte
  • Repton
  • Derby Moor
  • Littleover
  • John Port  
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 To offer 6th form students the opportunity to gain experience within the NHS.

 

Derby College Health and Social Care Scheme

 

As a Trust, we support local students from Derby College to gain much needed ward experience.  We offer full day placements, to enable students to complete their qualifications.

 

The Trust is supported by many other Voluntary Services.  

They include the League of Friends, Chaplaincy, MacMillan Unit,  CAMTAD, Umbrella and Sight Support Derbyshire and Friends of the Baby Unit .

 

As well as helping patients find their way around our hospitals, our volunteers also help on  wards; outpatients clinics, tea bars and shops;

drive the patient buggy;

deliver newspapers and library service

provide hand massages, and manicure 

help new  mums with breastfeeding 

If you would like to register as a volunteer, click on the link below, once registered we will send periodic emails detailing our current vacancies, you must reply to the emails to be consider for each volunteer post.

We currently have no facility to offer parking for anyone wishing to volunteer, so please consider this if you are thinking about volunteering.

  Register here

 

Volunteers Comments

"It gives me the opportunity to meet and talk to people; I have met many people I have worked with in the past, who without volunteering, I would have not met again."

"It enables me to brighten up the patient's day when they are at there lowest, I feel rewarded and privileged to be allowed to help with the patients in this way."