Volunteering

Volunteers make an important contribution to our hospital and to the lives of our patients and their families.

There are a number of ways you can get involved with our hospital:

The following volunteer groups are based at Armadale Health Service:

  • Community Advisory Council (CAC)
  • Armadale Hospital Auxiliary Group
  • Front of House Volunteers
  • Forget Me Not Volunteers
  • Renal Dialysis Volunteers
  • Rehabilitation and Aged Care Volunteers
  • Specialist Volunteer Opportunities

How to become an AKG Volunteer

To be a volunteer of Armadale Health Service, you will:

  • need to be over the age of 18,
  • download and Complete AKG Volunteer Application Form and email to AKG.Volunteers@health.wa.gov.au
  • be required to attend mandatory training and induction prior to commencing,
  • be required to undergo employee screen checks (which may include Working with Children checks, Aged Care Criminal Screening Check, Health Screening, Criminal Record Screening)
  • attend an interview
  • be required to have immunisation records up to date. You may be able to access these via MyHealthRecord or your regular GP,
  • be able to commit to at least one five-hour shift per week for a minimum of twelve months.

Please note we do not facilitate clinical / allied health university work placements. If you wish to arrange a work placement to meet study requirements, please contact studentplacement.ahs@health.wa.gov.au.