Volunteers at Waukesha Memorial Hospital.


Be an integral part of ProHealth Care in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Join our team as a volunteer. Help us deliver excellent care and enhance the patient experience in our community while you enjoy the personal rewards of volunteering.

Where can I volunteer?

Choose to volunteer at a ProHealth hospital or other location near you. Volunteers are an important part of the care teams at:

Hospice volunteers

Enhance care and support for people affected by terminal illness. Learn about being a hospice volunteer.

Why volunteer in health care?

Feel confident that staff, patients, families and visitors value your contribution. Volunteers:

  • Allow doctors and nurses to spend more time caring for patients.
  • Help make medical visits more pleasant and relaxing.
  • Offer social support.
  • Provide crucial administrative and behind-the-scenes support.

How you benefit

As a volunteer at ProHealth, you may:

  • Explore health care careers.
  • Feel a sense of pride and accomplishment.
  • Gain experience that can help advance your career.
  • Grow your skills.
  • Make a difference in someone’s life.
  • Meet people and build relationships.
  • Stay active.

Upcoming events

As we work to protect our patients, staff and community from the spread of coronavirus, ProHealth Care is suspending all scheduled classes, events, tours and support groups.

Become a volunteer

If you’re interested in volunteering at:

  • ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital, UW Cancer Center at ProHealth Care and ProHealth Medical Group in Mukwonago, call 262-928-2734.
  • ProHealth Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, call 262-569-8293.
  • ProHealth AngelsGrace Hospice, call 262-468-0115.

You can expect to hear back from us by the next business day.

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