Make a Difference: Volunteer at INTEGRIS Health Baptist Medical Center

Join a Legacy of Compassion

Since opening its doors on Easter 1959, INTEGRIS Health Baptist Medical Center has been enriched by a dedicated Volunteer Auxiliary. Comprising individuals from high school students to nonagenarians, this vibrant community serves with purpose and pride.

INTEGRIS Volunteers

Why Volunteer?

Volunteering isn't just about giving back; it's about enriching your own life as well. Our volunteers find purpose and joy in their work, whether they're assisting staff, comforting families, or directly aiding patients. With over 400 active members serving in more than 20 areas, including the INTEGRIS Health Cancer Institute and INTEGRIS Health Third Age Life Center, the impact is profound.

Find Your Passion

Are you ready to discover a fulfilling role that aligns with your skills and passions? Consider these questions:

  • Do you have a specific cause or area you're passionate about?
  • Are you looking to develop leadership skills and make a tangible impact?
  • Do you want to acquire new skills that could benefit your career?
  • Are you interested in inspiring others with your own story of success?
  • Do you wish to serve your community and make a meaningful difference?

Get Started Today

If you're ready to join a community of dedicated volunteers, we'd love to hear from you. Contact us at 405-949-3183 or 405-949-4177 to find the perfect opportunity for you.

Contact Information

INTEGRIS Health Baptist Volunteer Auxiliary
Located directly behind the Gift Gallery, on the 1st Floor of the hospital
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!