Volunteer Opportunities

(631) 726-8336
(631) 259-3049 Fax

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is thankful for the generosity of our volunteers, community members, former patients and thoughtful friends who contribute their valuable time to help support our important work. Our volunteers are valued partners who approach their work with commitment to excellence and quality.

  • Adult Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the year for those who are seeking ways to serve the community while satisfying their need to give back and help others.
  • Volunteer opportunities for college students 18 and over are available for those exploring careers in clinical/patient healthcare settings.
  • All Junior (summer) Volunteer opportunities for high school students 15 to 17 years of age are filled.

Our Compassionate Care (NODA) Volunteer Program is currently on hold until further notice

Volunteers over 18 years of age will be required to undergo a background check prior to being accepted into the volunteer program. In addition, a PPD screen, a medical reference signed by your physician (included in volunteer application package), and Hospital Orientation is required.

To apply…

Applications are available for download below. Volunteers applying for the summer season must submit their completed application packets by May 15.

Mailing address and fax number is:

    Stony Brook Southampton Hospital
    Volunteer Services Department
    240 Meeting House Lane
    Southampton, NY 11968
    Fax: (631) 259-3049

OR complete and email robin.page@stonybrookmedicine.edu

Click on the links below to download an application that can be submitted by mail or fax.

Volunteer Intro Letter
NEW Adult Volunteer Application 2017.pdf
NEW Junior Volunteer Application 1-2018 (2).pdf
NEW Compassionate Companion Application - 2017_1.pdf

For more information…

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Please contact the Volunteer Services Department at (631) 726-8336 or e-mail robin.page@stonybrookmedicine.edu.