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    Sutter Roseville Medical Center

    Contact Information
    Auxiliary Office: (916) 781-1586

    Auxiliary Services

    Each year more than 250 men, women and teens help Sutter Roseville Medical Center fulfill its unique mission by creating a friendly atmosphere for families, friends and the community, assisting hospital personnel, and providing other services requested and approved by the hospital administration.

    The Sutter Roseville Auxiliary members donate tens of thousands of hours each year in service to Sutter Roseville Medical Center. They perform crucial functions around the hospital such as assisting patients and visitors at the information desk, holding fundraisers and staffing the gift shop.

    Areas of Service

    Volunteer services are provided in the following areas:

    • Admitting/Information Desk
    • Cancer Registry
    • Charts
    • Comprehensive Cancer Center Clinic
    • Emergency Department
    • Fund Raising Sales
    • Gift Shop
    • Navigator
    • Physical Rehabilitation
    • Surgery Information
    • Inpatient Surgery Recovery
    • Outpatient Recovery
    • STARS
    • Labor and Delivery
    • Nursery/Postpartum
    • NICU
    • Pediatrics

    Our service-based programs help meet the needs of patients, families and staff. It's not a job-training program or an internship, nor does it provide medical shadowing. We do not accept court-ordered placements.

    Prospective volunteers must complete an Application Form and pass a Background Check, as well as attend an Informational Session. Volunteers interview individually with the Service Chair, and if selected attend a New Member Orientation.

    If you’re interested in pursuing a Volunteer position at SRMC, please review the program information, including Getting Started and Volunteers Service Areas.

    Junior Volunteers

    The "Junior Auxiliary" is open to high school students, at least 16 years old, who are interested in volunteer opportunities. No special skills are required, though they are appreciated.



    Volunteering is a wonderful gift that can be given to patients and the community. Volunteers meet new people, make new friends, use their skills and acquire new ones. They feel a sense of accomplishment and perhaps the most important benefit is the satisfaction of knowing they are contributing to their community and making a difference. Volunteering at Sutter Roseville Medical Center is fun, it’s rewarding, and it’s a way to make a difference in someone’s life every single day.