Volunteering

From the moment you arrive at the hospital until you leave, members of the Parrish Medical Center Auxiliary are here to help, to share and to give. They do whatever they can to make your stay easier and more comfortable for you and your family. Our volunteers are teens and adults, men and women of all ages with diverse backgrounds and skills.

Created in 1959, the Auxiliary conducts fund raising activities such as Gift of Light, Pink Angel Gift Shop and biannual discount book sales. The Auxiliary donates thousands of dollars yearly to hospital programs and projects, as well as scholarships for students pursuing a degree in a health-related field. The PMC Auxiliary helps in hundreds of ways, large and small, to make one of America's finest healing environments even better.

You can join the dedicated and compassionate individuals who devote time and talent to working with our patients, their families and hospital staff.

For more information about volunteer opportunities, please call 321-268-6333, ext. 7183.

Adult Auxiliary membership is open to all men and women who are interested in volunteer service to Parrish Medical Center and who qualify for membership. You may download the adult membership package below. 

Adult Volunteer Application | PDF

Teenage Volunteer membership is open to all young men and women between the ages of 15 and 19, inclusive, who are enrolled in school, and interested in service to the patients and employees of Parrish Medical Center.
You may download the teenage membership package below.

Teenage Volunteer Application | PDF

Auxiliary Scholarship Information

The Parrish Medical Center Auxiliary is accepting scholarship applications from high school seniors and students presently enrolled in college who plan to pursue a career in a medical/health care field. Students who have previously received scholarships from the Auxiliary may reapply if they are still enrolled in college and meet the application requirements. Scholarships are for $1,000 and can be used for tuition and/or books.

Applicants must reside in the North Brevard County Hospital District (SR 528 north to the Brevard/Volusia County line) and have an unweighted 3.0 grade point average.

High school students who attend Astronaut High School, Space Coast Junior/Senior High School or Titusville High School may pick up an application from the Guidance Office at their school. Applications are also available here, the PMC guest services desk, or by calling the PMC Auxiliary office at Parrish Medical Center at 268-6333, ext. 7183.

The deadline for submitting an application is Friday, March 11, 2016.

Auxiliary Scholarship Application | PDF

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