Every day volunteers are making a big difference to the lives of
patients, carers and staff across County Durham and Darlington.
We are always looking for dedicated and friendly people to
volunteer and would welcome anyone interested in volunteering with
County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust to come along to
one of our upcoming drop in information sessions to find out
Whether meeting and greeting people in outpatients, raising
money or supporting the staff on wards, the helping hands of
volunteers reach out to all parts of hospital and
We very much value the contribution that volunteers make to our
services. They support many different areas of the Trust,
including helping on reception areas, supporting nurses in clinics,
carrying out administration work, and becoming involved with the
Chaplaincy, Friends of the Hospital, Macmillan centres and
Why do we have volunteers?
What do volunteers do?
What are the benefits of volunteering?
If you, a friend or a family member are interested in becoming a
volunteer, please drop-in to one of our dedicated volunteer
information sessions on:
To register your interest, please call: 0800 783 5774 or
'The treatment I have received from all the staff has been
excellent and could you extend my thanks to them all. A very
thankful and relieved patient'.
Patient, Dermatology Outpatients Department, University Hospital
of North Durham