April 11, 2019
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“We have a lot of people who don’t speak English and some of the volunteers speak other languages. I can help patients and their families who speak Spanish and French,” says Pilar Mac Daniel, pictured left, a volunteer at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's Information Desk.
Patty Kadivar, pictured right, says, “Volunteering gives us a good feeling. For example, this morning there was an older gentleman being admitted and his poor wife was carrying a suitcase, a bag, and pushing him at the same time. I got up and carried the bags for her. I was happy to be able to help them. It’s those moments that are so special.”
Learn more and become a UCLA Health volunteer: www.uclahealth.org/volunteer