As part of our family of volunteers, you provide an essential service. Therefore your commitment to be here as scheduled is vital. We depend on you for your assigned tasks on your volunteer day. When circumstances beyond your control don’t allow for you to come in, we ask that you provide us with as much advance notice as possible by contacting the Volunteer Coordinator directly.
Consumption of food and beverages (including chewing gum) is not appropriate in patient service areas. Most volunteers prefer to wear a vest (men) or a jacket (women) provided by St. Luke’s. In some departments, vests and jackets are required. Volunteer parking is available in the employee lot north of the stoplight. As a member of the healthcare team and a representative of St. Luke’s, it’s essential that good grooming habits be maintained.
The general guidelines for our dress code are as follows:
The fulfillment that one gains from volunteering can be shared with others. As a part of our dedicated volunteer family, you receive a $100 gift card* for each new volunteer you refer to us.
*Gift card will be awarded after your referral completes 40 hours of service at St. Luke’s.
We proudly serve patients at our eye clinics in Tarpon Springs, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Spring Hill, and in The Villages at Lake Sumter Landing, Brownwood and coming to Wesley Chapel in Spring 2023. Our philosophy is to treat those we serve as though they are a member of our own families. From the first phone call or email to the follow-up visit and beyond, we’re here to serve you. Our goal is to help preserve and optimize your vision.