Broadmead is Quaker based, non-profit retirement community located in Cockeysville, MD. We are currently looking for volunteers to help with COVID-19 Health Screening. This volunteer position is responsible for greeting and screening residents, staff and guests in accordance with Broadmead’s guidelines and public health guidelines in relation to COVID-19 before entering the Community Center.
Position Description: Health Screeners will greet and screen individuals entering the Community Center in accordance with Broadmead’s guidelines and public health guidelines. Screening includes a series of questions and a no-contact temperature reading. Broadmead is committed to the safety of our community and have adopted many safety policies to ensure everyone’s safety. Volunteers will be provided with proper PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) to wear every time they volunteer, training on the proper use and disposal of PPE and volunteers will be provided any other necessary materials.
Time Commitment: At least one 4 hour shift per week
Qualifications and Trainings: COVID-19 Health Screener volunteers must be 18 years of age or over, must a complete a Volunteer Application and attend volunteer orientation before beginning.
Broadmead's mission is to foster independence, growth, and the opportunities in elderhood by supporting a dynamic community, providing exceptional health services, developing collaborative relationships and upholding Quaker values.
The Stony Run Friends Meeting founded Broadmead as a way to serve the needs of older persons. It opened in 1979 as a private, not-for-profit, continuing care retirement community. Broadmead is a CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community). A CCRC offers multi levels of care across a single campus. As a resident grows older, they will be able to receive the level of care and support that they need within the same community. Broadmead is home to approximately 380 residents and offers independent living (Garden Homes aka "the Clusters"), assisted living (Taylor Hall), and skilled nursing care (Hallowell Hall) on its beautiful 94 acre campus.