Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you believe in the power of prayer? If so, CC Clinic would like to talk to yo9u about becoming a volunteer greeter/prayer partner.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide hope, encouragement, friendliness, and spiritual care as appropriate.
Assists with patient paperwork, answering questions as needed.
Serve as a willing, sensitive listener, hearing their words and listening for what is being expressed behind the words.
Listen for needs expressed by patient/family for services outside of CC Clinic but available in the community. Consult the Community Resource list in the office and check with the ED for appropriateness of referral.
All conversations and/or paperwork handled are confidential. It is permissible to share within the clinic staff relevant data for improved care, e.g., the patient says he/she is being abused in home setting (referral to agency).
Pray out-loud in a one-on-one setting and/ or pray for the group as requested.
When needed, sits as a caring presence with patient who is alone in operatory.
Identify needed written and audio/visual items to support the Clinic’s Christian ministry.
Pray faithfully for Compassion Community Clinic during scheduled clinic hours.
Maintain a supply of Bibles and Christian brochures to give patients, families, or staff.
Provide referrals to approved local churches of those desiring a church connection.
For more information, visit our website at www.nvccclinic.org.
Note: The Greeter/Prayer Partner will under no circumstances offer medical/dental advice to patients. All medical/dental inquiries will be directed to the dentists or hygienists in the clinic. All conversations and/or paperwork handled are confidential.
- People Skills
- Problem Solving
- Reading Comprehension
- Faith-based Leadership
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 5 hours every 2 months.
- A heart to serve the people in our communities through conversation and prayer!