The Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary has new leadership. Hope Smith was elected president of the Executive Board, taking over duties from Alice York, who served as president for the last two years. Smith has been a volunteer at the hospital for the past four years. She lives in San Luis Obispo.
The volunteer auxiliary is a non-profit organization that collectively gives more than 43,400 hours of service each year to the hospital. These volunteers play a critical role in Sierra Vista’s mission to deliver high quality patient care. Currently, more than 125 volunteers graciously give their time and energy to bring warmth and compassion to the lives of our patients, their families and our staff.
Also elected to the Executive Board are:
· First Vice President: Joyce Bauer
· Second Vice President: Linda Long
· Secretary: Marsha Carlson
· Treasurer: Scotty Morris
· Assistant Treasurer: Nancy Rust
· Parliamentarian: Alice York
To learn more about becoming a volunteer at Sierra Vista, call (805) 546-7780 or stop by the main lobby of the hospital to pick up an application. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old and in good health. Day, evening and weekend shifts are available.