Volunteering at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center

The doors of Baptist Medical Center opened Easter 1959 and in less than one month a small group of caring citizens formed the Volunteer Auxiliary. This organization, which currently consists of men and women ranging from high school students to individuals in their 90's, continues to proudly serve what is now INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center with their time and talents.

Volunteering opens the door to incredibly rewarding experiences-both for you and those you serve. But finding the opportunity that best suits your skills and expectations can make all the difference. Currently more than 400 active and associate members support the Auxiliary's Mission "To provide quality service and support to INTEGRIS Health and the community we serve" by volunteering in more than 20 areas around the INTEGRIS Baptist campus, including INTEGRIS Cancer Institute and INTEGRIS Third Age Life Center. Their dedication in assisting staff, families and patients throughout the hospital significantly supports many areas of service.

We would love to be able to find a meaningful service opportunity within our organization for you to enjoy by finding what touches your heart.

Here are some questions to ask yourself as you consider INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary.

  • Do you have a passion?
  • Are you interested in acquiring qualities of leadership and gaining a sense of satisfaction from taking on responsibilities that directly affect peoples' lives?
  • Are you looking to learn new skills that can potentially help you prepare for a job or future career?
  • Would you like to inspire others by sharing your personal success story?
  • Do you want to serve your community, experience a rewarding position and make a difference in the lives of someone in need?

Ready to Join? Contact Us. Please call 405-949-3183 or 405-949-4177.

INTEGRIS Baptist Volunteer Auxiliary
Directly Behind the Gift Gallery, 1st floor
3300 N.W. Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73112

Become a Volunteer Today

Over the past two decades we have seen a growing body of research that indicates volunteering provides individual health benefits in addition to social ones. This research, which is presented by CNCS (Corporation for National and Community Service), in a report titled "The Health Benefits of Volunteering..." has established a strong relationship between volunteering and health. Those who volunteer have lower mortality rates, greater functional ability, and lower rates of depression later in life than those who do not volunteer. But don't take our word for it... join us and see for yourself!