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Minimally invasive weight loss surgery.
Cancer care with compassion and expertise.
Complete services to fight heart disease.
Supporting children and adolescents.
For common as well as complex skin conditions.
Advanced ENT specialty care.
Dedicated solely to treating headache pain.
Advanced care for neurological disorders.
Women's reproductive and perinatal care.
Treatment for bone and muscular injuries.
Programs to restore mobility and function.
Helping people change their lives.
For breathing disorders and lung diseases.
High quality, state-of-the-art care.
Our surgeons practice superior medicine.
Compassionate care for urological conditions.
Find a wide variety of health services offered by the Continuum Health Partners network.
Learn about the wide range of emergency services we provide.
We offer comprehensive services for rapid evaluation and treatment.
We offer a full range of internal medicine and geriatric services.
Offering support to communities in need of medical assistance.
Personalized, integrated treatment by a comprehensive group practice.
We have support groups for patients, caregivers, and crime victims.
Empowering survivors of sexual abuse, violence, and crime.
Community Outreach Service
We appreciate every gift, no matter how large or small.
Help ensure a safe, stable blood supply for our patients.
Our volunteers take pride in making a difference for others.
St. Luke's welcomes family members during visiting hours or by arrangement
Whether you share your time, donate money, or give blood, you'll be making a positive difference in your community.
Volunteering is rewarding, helpful, and fun, especially if you give your time where it can really make a difference. At St. Luke’s Hospital, we have opportunities for those who are interested in helping people. We are here to help make life better for our patients, our community, and you.
St. Luke’s is among New York City’s best-kept secrets. We are a center of clinical excellence for cardiology, neurology, oncology, and much more. Plus, we are leaders in caring for the elderly, treating breast cancer, helping kids, and providing physical rehabilitation. Because we’ve got so much going on, our volunteers really feel a part of all the activity and love that’s here, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When you join our family, you can help in different ways that we promise will be personally fulfilling for you and a benefit to our patients and our staff. Our opportunities include assisting patients and their families in the Emergency Department, organizing musical/theatrical entertainment, becoming one of our Visiting Ambassadors to in-patients, or an advocate for the victims of rape/domestic violence in our Crime Victims Treatment Center. You could also participate in the Lobby Host program to direct and assist patients and their families, or help at the Health Information Center informing the community, visitors, and members of the institution of hospital services. You may help with projects in the volunteer office, or be a clerical assistant in one of our many departments. Some of our volunteers just pitch in wherever and whenever an opportunity presents itself. If you have special talents and are interested in volunteering, we want to hear from you.
If you have a big heart and enjoy helping others, please call us at (212) 523-2188.
Although we are often known as St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals, those who wish to volunteer in Harlem may do so at St. Luke’s. We are in great need of volunteers throughout the year to help provide support to patients in a variety of ways. You can volunteer your time in patient-focused or non-patient positions, which include the following:
Regardless of your particular area(s) of interest, the volunteer department atSt. Luke's strives to match your interests with the needs of the site.
A separate, but affiliated volunteer program is the Academic Associate Program. This is a clinical research assistant program in the Emergency Department of St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals. Your primary responsibility will be to assist ongoing research projects being conducted in the department in an effort to improve emergency care and to bring greater precision to the practice of emergency medicine (EM). Please proceed to the following website for more information: www.columbia.edu/cu/aap
If you wish to volunteer, you must be at least 15 years of age. Individuals between 15-18 must provide working papers. All prospective volunteers must complete the application and all required paperwork prior to calling to schedule an interview.
See the Volunteer Requirements and Application
St. Luke's Division1111 Amsterdam Avenue at 114th StreetNew York, NY 10025(212) 523-2188
St. Luke's has a full range of primary care physicians and specialists.
St. Luke's Hospital
1111 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10025
We want all our patients to know that, at St. Luke’s, their needs will be met. The hospital staff is only a call button away.
St. Luke's Hospital1111 Amsterdam AvenueNew York, NY 10025(212) 523-4000