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The Volunteering Process

As a prospective volunteer, you will need to fill out an application and send it to the Volunteer Office. A volunteer coordinator will then contact you to set up a private appointment. At this appointment you will be familiarized with the hospital's policies and procedures, the responsibilities and duties of a volunteer, and safety issues related to volunteering. The Coordinator will answer your questions about the UCLA Health Volunteer Program. Below you will find all required paperwork. Please complete and bring these forms to your final appointment with your non-student coordinator.


  • Completion of a Non-Student Volunteer application form
  • Complete and pass a required background check
  • Agreement to volunteer for 100 hours within six months; commitment of four hours per week
  • Completion of all required immunizations, including TB skin test(s), MMR, and Varicella
  • Completion of all required volunteer forms. 

 You will need Adobe Acrobat to open the following PDFs .   For a free copy of this program, please visit Adobe Acrobat website.

 Training Materials to Study:

 Forms to Print, Complete and Bring with You to your final Appointment:

In addition, you must complete the following training modules. You will need to generate a temporary ID to complete the online trainings. Make note of the ID number as you will need to use the same ID for all four modules. Once you complete the online trainings, a certificate will be generated (HIPAA will generate a confidentiality form as well which you will need to sign and bring with you). Print the certificates and bring with you along with the forms above.



HOLIDAY CLOSURES FOR 2013:The Volunteer Services Office will be closed during the following upcoming holidays:




Thursday, July 4


Independence Day

Monday, September 2   Labor Day
Monday, November 11   Veteran's Day
November 28-29   Thanksgiving
December 24-25   Christmas
December 31-January 1   New Year's