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Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide excellent patient care in support of the educational and scientific programs of the Schools of the UCLA Center for Health Sciences. Volunteer Services assists in meeting the UCLA Health System's teaching and research missions by providing volunteers to enhance the services of employees.


As a UCLA Health System volunteer, you make a real difference in the lives of many.
Whether you're a retiree who likes new challenges, a busy professional whose energy is limitless, or a student who wants to know more about the world of healthcare, UCLA urges you to consider volunteering. While helping others, you will make many new friends, learn new things, have a choice of assignments, and have fun. We have many vital opportunities available: the UCLA Medical Center, Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA, NPI&H, the Jules Stein Eye Institute, or the Medical Plaza. Unique opportunities are available in a variety of departments including patient care, research labs, emergency rooms, admissions, information desks, pediatrics, outpatient clinics, gift shops and many more.


Average Review 3 reviews

Would you recommend Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Volunteer Services?

by Tracy P. (November 27, 2012)
I cannot talk about how great this internship is. You get excellent clinical experience! We work at one of the highest ranking hospitals in the nation. I've seen open heart surgery, intubations, C-sections, and perform CPR on the regular. Definitely suggest to all interested!
by Zebiba y. (September 7, 2010)
I just graduated from the medical assistance in this year and I want to volunteer because I need to have some experience before I start working.
by ann h. (August 4, 2008)
It is a wonderful program, with very dedicated and helpful colleagues and a very dynamic and caring volunteer supervisor!