Volunteer at NARMC

The need is great and the rewards even greater. North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Volunteers provide an opportunity to serve, grow, learn, make new friends, exchange ideas, and feel needed.

NARMC has dozens of volunteers contributing thousands of hours each year. Our Volunteers staff is critical to the operation of our hospital and they can be seen at our Information Desks, operating Nightingale's Gift Shop and a Thrift Shop. In addition they work in various hospital departments, including Claude Parrish Radiation Therapy Institute, surgical hostess, hospice, purchasing, medical records, and the Comfort Cart.

Proceeds from the Gift Shop and the Thrift Shop are donated to the hospital with funds used to purchase new medical equipment and to support projects such as the making of booties and turbans for our newborn infants, immunization records, scholarships, and health screenings.

Become A Volunteer

Group of Volunteers at NARMC

To become a Volunteer, please call the Volunteer Office (870-414-4622) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request an application or you can print the Volunteer Application out and mail it on or bring it by. Once we receive your application, we will call you to set up time for an interview.

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During the interview, we will discuss your interest in volunteering and what position and schedule would be best for you. At this time, we will also schedule you to attend the hospital safety and customer service orientation sessions and to have a TB skin test. Our Volunteers take pride in their work and are committed to be valuable members of the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center healthcare team.

Join Our Hospice Volunteer Team

Volunteers play a crucial role in our Hospice program, providing essential support and care. Our volunteers engage in a variety of tasks and complete a comprehensive training program to prepare them for interactions with Hospice patients and their families. Responsibilities may include patient visits, running errands, and more. Additionally, volunteers can assist with clerical duties at the Hospice office and participate in fundraising activities.

Are you a compassionate individual with some time to give? Hospice of the Hills is seeking dedicated volunteers to join our team. You might spend your time reading to a patient, sharing memories, playing music, or helping with office tasks. This is your chance to make a meaningful impact in someone's life.

To learn more about how you can become a volunteer, please call Rebekah Lovell at 870-414-4621 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Volunteer with NARMC - Hospice of the Hills today!

Junior Volunteer Program and the JET Program at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center

We're thrilled to announce two fantastic opportunities for high school students at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center: The Junior Volunteer Program and the JET (Junior Engagement Team) Program. These programs are designed for students in grades 9-12 who are interested in serving their community and our hospital.

Junior Volunteer Program
The Junior Volunteer Program is perfect for students looking to make a meaningful contribution to our hospital community. This program offers a wonderful way to build a resume, meet new people, and learn about our hospital. Additionally, per the newly approved LEARNS Act, students can earn their 75 hours of community service required for graduation.

Key Features:

  • Supervision: Junior Volunteers are supervised by an NARMC staff member.
  • Assignments: Volunteers are assigned to various areas within the medical center during approved time periods.
  • Requirements:
    • Complete an application
    • Present documentation of specific immunization records
    • Furnish a letter from their school counselor
    • Submit two letters of recommendation from non-family adults
    • Additional applicable forms

The Volunteer Department works diligently with committed junior volunteers to accommodate their school and extracurricular activities.

JET (Junior Engagement Team) Program
The JET Program is tailored for students who are interested in volunteering at special events and our Auxiliary Thrift Store. This program also helps students fulfill their 75 hours of community service for graduation as per the LEARNS Act.

Key Features:

  • Focus: Volunteering at special events and the Auxiliary Thrift Store.
  • Requirements:
    • Complete an application
    • Signed parental consent form
    • Submit a standard approval letter from their school counselor

The Volunteer Department collaborates closely with dedicated teen volunteers to ensure their volunteering commitments align with their school and extracurricular activities.

If you have any questions or need further information about either program, please contact Rebekah Lovell at 870-414-4621 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We look forward to working with each of you on these exciting programs!

NARMC Auxiliary Scholarship