Volunteering

Volunteers are here to enhance the patient experience, and volunteering at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust gives you the chance to make our environment a little friendlier and more comfortable for our patients, relatives and visitors.

We ask our volunteers to offer a regular commitment to their role and in return, we provide an exciting opportunity to meet people, learn new skills and most importantly, make a difference to people's lives.  

Please note: The Volunteer Services do not manage Work Experience queries or applications. For more information please see this page or check the “Work observation” link on the left side of this webpage. Thank you.

Criteria to become a volunteer

  • Over 16 years old
  • Kind, respectful and friendly
  • Flexible and willing to help in diverse areas according to the hospital needs
  • Enjoy dealing with people
  • Able to attend regularly (at least half a day a week for 6 months (some roles require a 1-year commitment)
  • Able to perform as part of a team
  • Capacity to respect boundaries
  • Legally entitled to work in UK

If you can answer yes to all the above points and would like to enquire about volunteering please email us clicking on the Chelsea and Westminster or West Middlesex University Hospital link below and we will send you an application form.

Once we have received your filled application form, if we have a suitable role available, we will invite you to attend an interview. Interviews take place on weekdays during the hours of 9am–5pm.  Thank you for your interest.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

T: 020 3315 6864
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West Middlesex University Hospital

Please note: We are not recruiting any volunteers at West Middlesex Hospital until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

T: 020 3315 6864
E:

Volunteering at St Stephen’s Centre (sexual health)

T: 020 3315 5929

St Stephen’s Volunteers provides specific support to Sexual Health and HIV patients—some of the roles include: 

  • Providing a refreshment service to HIV patients in Kobler Clinic and Ron Johnson Ward
  • A meet-and-greet role at St Stephen’s Centre and at 10 Hammersmith Broadway, our new sexual health clinic
  • Other support roles at John Hunter Clinic, St Stephen’s Centre and Ron Johnson Ward

For more information see the St Stephen’s Volunteers website.

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