Kyneton District Health has been part of the Macedon Ranges Community for 160 years. Dedicated volunteers have always played an important role to keep us going and deliver better services.
Who can be a volunteer?
Volunteers have a wide range of interests, backgrounds, experience and skills. People get involved for different reasons but they all enjoy helping people and contributing to the local community.
Many are past patients or clients. We also welcome carers and community members who want to get involved to shape how KDH delivers its care.
What can I volunteer for?
Volunteers are involved across all departments and support our health service in a variety of ways such as:
- On a committee or project (e.g. Consumer and Community Advisory Committee)
- Companionship for patients
- Recreational activities
- Gardening or maintenance
- Reading consumer material
- Answering surveys or providing feedback
- Fundraising activities
If you have time to spare and skills to offer, please get in touch with Kate Barlow, our Volunteer Program Coordinator.