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Bryan Medical Center

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Volunteering at Bryan is an opportunity for individuals to provide value-added service to our patients, families, visitors and staff, and to to gain valuable insight into a healthcare setting.

ADULT & COLLEGE VOLUNTEERS Adults and college students are asked to make a minimum commitment of three consecutive months. Volunteers begin by serving 2-3 hours per week between 5 a.m. - 12 midnight one day a week, Sunday - Saturday.

YOUTH VOLUNTEERS Youth (ages 14 and older, in middle school and high school) are asked to make a minimum commitment of three consecutive months, volunteering from 3:45-5 p.m. one day per week, Monday-Friday.

SERVICE AREAS Volunteers serve in nearly 100 different service areas throughout Bryan Health. These areas include: - Clerical - Delivery - Family Support - Handcrafts - Information Services - Patient Support - Patient Transportation

HOW TO BEGIN Visit to print off the forms, or call the Volunteers and Customer Care office at 402-481-3032 and ask for a packet to be sent. We are always happy to visit with anyone interested in volunteering at Bryan. Placement is not guaranteed and is based on a selection interview and background checks. Volunteers serve at our Bryan West Campus (2300 S. 16th Street) and Bryan East Campus (1600 S. 48th Street).

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About Bryan Medical Center


1600 South 48th Street, 2300 South 16th Street, Lincoln, NE 68506, US

Mission Statement

The mission of Bryan Medical Center is to provide excellent care and promote health with a focus on quality, collaboration and compassion.


Health System


We'll work with your schedule.


1600 S 48th St (East Campus)2300 S 16th St (West Campus)Lincoln, NE 68506



  • Healthcare
  • Customer Service


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 14
  • Orientation or Training
  • Two-three (2-3) hours/week for a minimum commitment of three (3) consecutive months.
  • Discussed at selection interview.

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