Volunteers needed to work at the RNOH
The Friends of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) are seeking volunteers to work in their Patients' Centre to serve food and assist in the shop.
The retail outlets need people who are willing to commit half a day each week between Monday and Friday, 10.00 – 16.00.
Arnold Glickman, Patients' Centre Manager, said that the volunteers will work as part of a friendly team who provide a service for the hospital's patients and staff.
"Our snack bar and shop are becoming increasingly popular as we improve the range and quality of the food we serve," he said.
"Profits from the shop and snack bar benefit the RNOH so it is essential that we have enough volunteers to maintain customer satisfaction and continuously increase the funds we raise."
If you, family members or friends are interested in volunteering, please call 020 3947 0100 extension 5396.
Founded in 1963, the Friends' function has been and is to provide extra care and comfort for the hospital's patients, visitors and staff. Major projects include the funding of the Patients' Centre, the swimming pool and the Graham Hill Unit.
The Friends are located in the Patients' Centre, which is adjacent to the Outpatients' Department, providing easy and convenient access for patients and visitors to the hospital's services.