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Volunteering at St. Luke's in the Treasure Valley

Volunteers are an indispensable part of St. Luke’s. By giving the gift of time, you make a difference for our patients every day. From volunteering in our gift shops, to supporting our visitors, or to delivering flowers to our patients, more than 550 volunteers play a vital role in the daily operations of St. Luke’s Boise, St. Luke's Fruitland, St. Luke’s Meridian, St. Luke's Nampa, St. Luke's Rehabilitation and St. Luke’s Cancer Institute. 

You can reach the St. Luke's Volunteer Offices of the Treasure Valley at the numbers below:

  • Boise: (208) 381-2265
  • Fruitland: (208) 205-7017
  • Meridian: (208) 706-5612
  • Nampa: (208) 205-7017

Qualifications and Expectations

To become a St. Luke’s volunteer, you must:

  • Commit to one year or 100 hours of service
  • Complete an interview
  • Pass a background check
  • Receive a TB test
  • Show proof of immunization for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR); rubeola; diphtheria; tetanus; pertussis (Tdap); and varicella
  • Receive annual influenza immunization, no exemptions allowed
  • Undergo extensive training
  • Be trustworthy, dependable, honest, courteous, pleasant, and punctual
  • Have a professional attitude and behavior
  • Adhere to St. Luke’s Values: Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, and Excellence (ICARE)
  • Adhere to St. Luke’s mission “to improve the health of people in the communities we serve”

Ways to Volunteer

Current Volunteers: Log in to view your current schedule and sign up for new shifts.