We appreciate all of our hard-working and caring volunteers at UNC Medical Center. To help make your volunteer experience easier and more organized, we provide all of your resources online so you can access your records easily and enter your hours in quickly. Please visit the links below to find important information for current volunteers.
Office Location and Contact Information
The Volunteer Services office is located on the ground floor of NC Memorial Hospital, behind the escalators and dental clinic. You may ask the information desk for additional directions.
UNC Medical Center Volunteer Coordinators
- Donna Daniel
Coordinates placements in N.C. Memorial Hospital and all off-site locations
- Dawn Woody
Coordinates placements in Women's Hospital and all patient support services at UNC Medical Center
- Michelle O'Neil
Coordinates placements in Neuroscience and Cancer Hospitals, WakeBrook campus in Raleigh, Chatham Hospital in Siler City and High School program at UNC Medical Center
- Jodie Skoff
Volunteer Coordinator at UNC Health Care Hillsborough Campus
- Beth Bailey
Coordinates placements in N.C. Children's Hospital
Recording Volunteer Hours
All volunteers working at UNC Medical Center or Hillsborough Hospital must sign in and out at one of the kiosks (which are located at the Memorial Hospital Info Desk, Women’s Hospital Info Desk, Cancer Hospital Info Desk, and Hillsborough Hospital workroom). All volunteers may view and print their hours in the “My History” tab on the web kiosk sign-in at Volunteer Services in Memorial Hospital.
If you volunteer somewhere other than UNC Medical Center or Hillsborough Hospital, or you forgot to log in your hours at a kiosk, volunteers may submit their hours using the online volunteer hours submission form. Volunteers should tally their hours by each month and submit at the end of each month.
Holidays or Days of Inclement Weather
You are not expected to volunteer during the holidays, however, we welcome any of our volunteers to continue working during those times if they wish to do so and are able to walk to the hospital to help out when they can.