Volunteering at Kalkaska Memorial Health Center


Volunteering at Kalkaska Memorial Health Center (KMHC) 

Volunteers play a key role at KMHC. Volunteering is rewarding for you as the volunteer, as well as those you help. A variety of services are available — from direct interaction with patients to behind-the-scenes office work. KMHC works with each interested applicant to determine which service would be the best fit based on your interest and ability. All volunteers receive training and volunteer orientation. 

Requirements to Volunteer

  • Volunteers must be at least 16 years old to volunteer 
  • Must complete a two-step TB test & flu immunization provided by KMHC Employee Health 
  • Attend a mandatory Volunteer Orientation prior to volunteer placement. 

Volunteer Time Commitment

Volunteers are scheduled for at least one four-hour shift per week. A minimum six-month commitment is preferred (except summer college student volunteers).  

Benefits of Volunteering

Benefits and opportunities for volunteers include: 

  • Volunteering establishes strong relationships and the enjoyment of knowing they are part of an award-winning team. 
  • Volunteering gives you a sense of purpose 
  • Volunteers live longer and are healthier 
  • Satisfaction of making a meaningful contribution to better a community 

How to Become a KMHC Volunteer?

Complete the online volunteer application form.  If you need assistance, please call 231-258-7669 for our Activities Director.