Are looking for a rewarding experience? Do you have a few hours each week to spend helping others? If yes, we invite you to join our adult volunteer corps at Long Beach Medical Center.
Our adult volunteers have been serving Long Beach Medical Center for over 56 years. Initially known as the “pink ladies” in 1956, today’s volunteer corps includes men and women serving in numerous areas of the hospital and nursing home by providing assistance and a welcoming presence.
Bikor Cholim Friendly Visitor
Bikor Cholim is Hebrew for “Friendly Visiting.” Our volunteers visit our Jewish patients and residents and provide them with the necessary items to celebrate their faith, customs and rituals for weekly Sabbath and seasonal celebrations.
Community Service volunteerism is generally mandated by Court order to donate time to the community. This experience often opens up a new world and most volunteers continue their volunteer service even after they have completed their required hours of service.
Long Beach Medical Center and the AHRC-Nassau County have affiliated with each other for over 15 years. Their mission is to help physical and mentally challenged young adults integrate/contribute to the community and learn clerical/project skills. Under the leadership of a coach, each team assists Long Beach Medical Center with clerical and mailing projects.
For more information on adult volunteer opportunities, please contact:
Ms. Bonnie Ann Wells
Director of Volunteer Services
Long Beach Medical Center
455 E. Bay Drive
Long Beach, NY 11561
To download an application for volunteer services, Click Here