Volunteer at Saint Luke's
Saint Luke's offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities, from greeting visitors at the front door to helping patients and families during their visit. As a volunteer at Saint Luke’s, you’ll have the opportunity to make a true difference in the lives of our patients, families, and staff. With multiple sites to choose from, you'll be sure to find an opportunity close to home.
Currently, Saint Luke's is welcoming back volunteers on a limited basis. For more information about volunteer opportunities at a specific location, please refer to the contact information listed on this page.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Saint Luke's family so you can share your unique talents with our community.
- Must be 15 or older to volunteer at:
- Saint Luke's Hospital
- Saint Luke's East Hospital
- Saint Luke's Home Care & Hospice
- Must be 16 or older to volunteer at:
- Saint Luke's South Hospital
- Saint Luke's North Hospital
- Must be 21 or older to volunteer at:
- Saint Luke's Hospital Crittenton Children's Center
- Proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 is required for Saint Luke's volunteers.
- Saint Luke's requires a tuberculosis blood test and an influenza vaccination (current flu season), which will be provided at no cost to the volunteer.
- General volunteer orientation and assignment-specific training is required; annual training is required to remain active.
Apply to Become a Volunteer
If you are interested, please complete the online application. If you do not see your desired location listed on the application, please check back again soon.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What volunteer opportunities are available to me?
Volunteer opportunities and assignments vary by location. After submitting an application, volunteer services will contact you to discuss opportunities.
- Can I complete court-ordered community service at Saint Luke's Health System?
Court-ordered community service is not accepted.
How much time do I have to commit to Saint Luke's Health System to volunteer?
Time commitment varies by location. Please contact your chosen location for specific requirements.
Why does Saint Luke's Health System need a medical statement for me to volunteer?
Saint Luke's Health System requires a medical statement to ensure you are not putting yourself or others at risk by volunteering in a hospital environment.
Can I use family members for my references?
No. Saint Luke's Health System requires two non-relative references to be considered for a volunteer position.
Do I have to get any vaccinations or medical tests to volunteer?
Yes. Proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 is required for Saint Luke's volunteers. This includes at least two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or at least one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Saint Luke's also requires a WFT-TB blood test and an influenza vaccination (current flu season), which are provided at no cost to our volunteers.
What should I wear to volunteer?
Volunteer uniform requirements vary by location.
Is there any training I need to do to start volunteering?
General volunteer orientation and assignment-specific training is required. Annual training is required to remain active.
Allen County Regional Hospital
3066 N. Kentucky St., Iola, KS 66749
Anderson County Hospital
421 S. Maple St., Garnett, KS 66032
Saint Luke's Hospice House
3516 Summit St., Kansas City, MO 64111
Saint Luke's Hospital Crittenton Children's Center
10918 Elm Ave., Kansas City, MO 64134
Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City
4401 Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO 64111
Saint Luke's North Hospital–Barry Road/Smithville
5830 NW Barry Road, Kansas City, MO 64154
Saint Luke's East Hospital
100 NE Saint Luke's Blvd., Lee's Summit MO 64086
Saint Luke's South Hospital
12300 Metcalf Ave., Overland Park, KS 66213
Wright Memorial Hospital
191 Iowa Blvd., Trenton, MO 64683