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Mission: Founded as a Christian ministry of healing, Baylor exists to serve all people through exemplary health care, education, research and community service. Vision: Baylor?s vision for the future is to be trusted as the best place to give and receive safe, quality, compassionate health care. Baylor Health Care System has a rich and distinguished history. It started in 1903 with Dr. George W. Truett who was a pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas and a gifted speaker. He worked diligently soliciting contributions for a "great humanitarian hospital." Dr Truett was a member of the Baylor Hospital board of trustees until his death in 1944. Dr. G. W. Truett?s challenge resounds today as it did 100 years ago, "Is it not now time to build a great humanitarian hospital ? one to which men of all creeds and those of none may come with equal confidence?" Baylor Health Care System has been a pioneer in the North Texas area ever since. Following its mission and vision, Baylor has become a leader in health care. Baylor Medical Center at McKinney will follow the steps of its parent organization.
Baylor Medical Center at McKinney is a 95 bed acute care facility. The medical center will offer services across many medical specialties, including: Cancer care services, Digestive diseases, Emergency care, General surgery, Heart and vascular, Imaging, Internal medicine, Level III NICU with private rooms, Neurology, Obstetrics and gynecology, Orthopedics, Outpatient services Volunteering With Pride How Do Volunteers Serve? ? Provide comfort items and assistance to patients and their families. Assist staff on nursing units. Deliver mail and flowers. Escort patients and visitors. Perform general office duties. Serve patients, visitors and employees in the volunteer-supported concierge desks. Sponsor fundraisers. Participate in health fairs. Provide tours. Serve on committees. Be involved in a specialty program. What are Specialty Programs? These volunteer placements may require a special interest or training or the volunteer may have had to experienced certain medical procedures. Areas include: Heart surgery patient or close relative. Cancer survivor or close relative. Weight loss surgery patient. Retired registered nurse (R.N.). Pet therapy escort. What Are the Rewards for Volunteering? ? The satisfaction of doing something for others. The opportunity to share your skills. Making a difference by serving our community. The enjoyment of making new friends and having fun! How Do I Become a Volunteer? ? Fill out the application. Meet with the volunteer services staff to discuss your interests and availability If a placement is found for you, complete a two-step TB screening, complete a drug and nicotine screening, submit to a background screening, attend a general orientation session, receive on the job training
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