The MAPS Volunteer Program is currently not accepting volunteers at this time. You can check with Volunteer Services for volunteer opportunities.
Please check back in Fall 2021 for updates about our program.
Measuring to Achieve Patient Safety (MAPS) Volunteer Program
Measuring to Achieve Patient Safety (MAPS) is part of UCLA Health's continual effort to enhance quality of patient care and improve patient safety. Our volunteers conduct observations to document care team adherence to safety protocols.
MAPS is comprised of two programs, MAPS General Volunteering and Fall Ambassador Volunteering. General Volunteers observe infection prevention measures, such as hand washing and use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). Fall Ambassador Volunteers work closely with nursing staff to observe fall and injury prevention safeguards.
Choose to Make a Difference
When you choose to volunteer at UCLA Health, you become a vital part of a vibrant healthcare team at UCLA Health. We are rich with history, innovation and achievement. Science in the laboratory becomes practice at the bedside, pioneering medical techniques are advances, and lives are transformed.
By joining MAPS, you will gain the opportunity to:
Nursing Volunteer Programs
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Department of Nursing Administration
757 Westwood Plaza, Suite B790
Los Angeles, CA 90095