Volunteering at the NIH Clinical Center

Program Highlights


For the NIH and the Clinical Center, volunteerism has been a valuable source of workforce assistance and provides members of the community a way to give their time, energy, and talents to the hospital. Through their work, volunteers deliver an extra dimension of staff support to provide quality care that exceeds the expectations of patients, families, and visitors who are served. The VSP was initiated by the Montgomery County Chapter of the American Red Cross in 1953 to supplement NIH hospital staff in the delivery of services and to foster relationships with the outlying community. Today the VSP is managed under the auspices of the Clinical Center Office of Hospitality and Volunteer Services.

The VSP featured in the Clinical Center News

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This page last updated on 07/01/2022

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