Visitors are currently welcome at our facilities. Please refer to visitor restrictions for more information. Read more about COVID-19 testing, vaccination, our COVID-19 response and the latest Queensland Government information.
Hello, and welcome to our community. At our hospital we recognise that all individuals are caregivers and have the ability to influence the experience of patients and families. We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities that are aligned to the person-centred care philosophy of our health care service. We are proud to offer volunteer programs that complement the work of paid staff and compassionate and caring interactions are at the heart of everything we do. We embrace the cultural diversity of our community and we encourage people from all cultural backgrounds to become involved.
The dynamic nature of volunteer involvement at our hospital means we are regularly reviewing our roster and recruitment needs and we welcome your interest in finding out more about what we do and becoming part of our community.
Here are a few questions you might like to consider:
To learn if volunteering with us will be mutually beneficial please read our Information package for applicants (PDF, 537.78 KB)
If we have any current vacancies you will find them advertised below. Just type in the keywords ‘Princess Alexandra Hospital’ and our location ‘Woolloongabba’ to filter for our vacancies.
If we don’t have anything right for you, right now, please check back in regularly and consider joining our Metro South Health Community of Interest.
To find other volunteering opportunities that suit your passions, motivations, availability and location visit the Volunteering Queensland page.
If you do not have an email address and you would prefer information printed in hardcopy and sent to your home address, please call our Volunteer Services Unit on (07) 3176 5605.
There are also many community sector support organisations who are engaged in delivering various volunteer programs and services at our hospital. Their services are generally managed by the separate clinical divisions and departmental staff, except when a group is providing facility wide services and then they are managed by the Volunteer Services Unit.
Examples of Visiting Volunteer Groups managed by the Volunteer Services Unit: