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Be a St. Luke’s Volunteer!

August 4

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Tuesday and Thursday, repeating until August 31, 2022

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for St. Luke’s!


Volunteer Opportunities


There are a variety of ways to assist at St. Luke’s McCall within the hospital serving our patients and ultimately helping our providers provide quality patient-centered care.

Pastoral Care

Provide spiritual encouragement for patients and families through visitation, counseling, and prayer. This includes pastors and lay members of area churches. Church sponsorship is required.


Offer non-medical support services for patients and families, including companionship visits, emotional support, relief of primary caregiver, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and music therapy.


  • Thrift Shop – Sales counter, back room, leadership/board member
  • Serve on fundraising committees as an active auxiliary member

Learn more about St. Luke’s McCall Auxiliary



All volunteering begins with the submission of an on-line application.

From the top of the home page click on:

  • Donate or Volunteer

Scroll down to “Volunteer at St. Luke’s” and click on it then scroll down to:

  • Volunteering at St. Luke’s McCall

Under the title About Volunteering click on the submit application online link to apply.

  • Hospital Volunteer
  • Auxiliary Thrift Store Volunteer
  • Pet Therapy Volunteer

Once an application is received a determination will be made to arrange for an interview, based on our service and scheduling needs.

Adult Volunteers are required to commit to a minimum of 1 year of service.

About Volunteering

When you become a volunteer at St. Luke’s McCall, you’ll truly make a difference in the lives of our patients and in our region’s healthcare. All volunteers receive on-the-job training and a general orientation to get started. We’ll make every effort to match your skills and interests to an appropriate volunteer service.

To become a volunteer submit an application online.

Contact Us

To learn more about volunteer programs or becoming a volunteer, call (208) 630-2476.


The following is required before volunteering:

  • Pass a background check.
  • Submit to a blood test to determine immunity to childhood diseases, (MMR, Varicella & Tdap – Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis).
  • Have a negative result Tuberculosis blood test.
  • Annual Influenza immunization & COVID-19 vaccine
  • Complete a comprehensive orientation and service training.
  • Adults Comply w/Federal & State regulations by providing SS# & D.O.B.