Adventist Health Castle's volunteers have supported our patients, associates and the community since our hospital's founding in 1963. As a volunteer, you play an integral role in the hospital's operations. You will have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of services including patient transport, assisting in hospital events, working with our associates to ensure our visitors are welcomed and ensuring our patients receive quality care. Whether you're a teenager or a senior, you can make a difference in someone's life by volunteering with us.

Our volunteers do not perform any medical procedures. If you are a prospective student looking for healthcare experience, we encourage you to explore our COPE Health Scholars Program.

How to Apply

  1. Confirm you can meet the requirements listed below.
  2. Apply here.
  3. Once the application is received, we will reach out with interview information.


  • Be 16 years of age or older.
  • Commit to a minimum four hours per week.
  • Documentation of negative TB test through QuantiFERON blood draw administered by Adventist Health Castle Employee Health.
    • If history of positive TB: Copy of chest x-ray results done within 3 years of actual start date.
  • Proof of appropriate immunizations as outlined on Volunteer Medical Clearance form (i.e., MMR-Measles, mumps, and rubella). The Volunteer Medical Clearance form will be provided to prospective volunteer upon successful interview.
  • Documentation of influenza vaccine.
  • Documentation of COVID vaccine.
  • Background checks will be conducted for volunteers that are 18 years or older. Social Security is required. Individuals who refuse to comply with this requirement will not be allowed to enroll in the program.
  • If you are accepted into the program, as a high school student (16 years or older) a valid, issued photo identification (school identification) will be required.
  • Students 17 years or older are required to provide a valid, government-issued photo ID with your signature (i.e. unexpired driver's license, government issued identification card, military identification or passport).

Volunteer Opportunities

As a volunteer, you can serve in various departments throughout the hospital. We work with our volunteers to match their interest and skills to specific opportunities. Whether you prefer to work directly with patients or behind the scenes, we will make every effort to place you in a department that you are interested in. Some of the departments available are:

  • Ambulatory Surgery
  • Behavioral Health
  • Birth Center
  • Central Supply
  • Helping Hands (Patient Transport)
  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Laboratory
  • Laulima (Telemetry Floor)
  • Mammography
  • Newspaper Delivery
  • Nutritional Services
  • Pūlama (Medical/Surgical Floor)
  • Special Events

For more information or questions, please call Volunteer Services at (808) 263-5118 or email Tiana Gervacio, Volunteer Coordinator at