Getting Started

As a health care institution, it is important for UF Health North to protect its patients and comply with standards set by regulatory agencies. We have a high standard of excellence because our volunteers directly interact with our customers and are ambassadors for our hospital in the community. It is solely the discretion of UF Health Jacksonville to accept or deny a volunteer applicant.

Student Volunteer Program

The Summer Student Volunteer program returns for 3 weeks this summer. To qualify for the program, you must be at least 15 – 17 years of age and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Applicants must be able to commit to the full three weeks of service.

Limited space is available, not all qualified applicants are accepted.

The 2023 Summer Student Volunteer program will run from June 19 – July 6. Student volunteers serve each week, 1/2 days on Monday - Friday during that timeframe.

Please return to this page for more information on the application period which will be in mid-late March and instructions on how to apply.

There will be opportunities to serve at the downtown campus and the north campus.

Please contact the north Volunteer Services office at (904) 427-4271 with any questions.

Adult Volunteer Program

Time commitment
New volunteers are asked to make a commitment to serve one hundred hours. Most volunteers work one four-hour shift each week. Some give more. Schedules are arranged to suit your availability.

Vacations and absences
We understand as a volunteer you have many other commitments. We are able to accommodate shift changes and absences due to illness or travel plans.

Uniform shirts are $19.99.

Prior to starting as a UF Health North Adult Volunteer, the following process must be completed:

  1. Complete Forms
    Complete the online application form. Once completed, you will be contacted by a Volunteer Services representative. If you require assistance with the application process, please contact us.

    Phone: (904) 427-4271

  2. Personal Interview
    After we receive your application, you will be contacted for an interview or you may call us to schedule an appointment.

  3. General Health Screening
    Our Employee Health Department screens volunteers for placement by the following:

    1. Health questionnaire
    2. Tuberculosis screening
    3. Proof of immunity for measles, mumps, rubella, varicella and hepatitis B, are required to volunteer. Volunteers must provide this proof of immunity from either shot records and/or positive titers.

  4. General Orientation
    The volunteer orientation is offered online.

  5. Volunteering Begins
    Start date and time confirmed.