Seton Family of Hospitals to Seton Healthcare Family
When you join a SETON Volunteers, you're not joining just any group – you're becoming part of a family. Our volunteers are an integral part of the Network. Volunteers enjoy many benefits including; free parking, flu shots and discounts in the gift shop and cafeteria.
Volunteers are needed in many departments, including Emergency, Day Surgery and ICU. Non-clinical areas of service include gift shops, cafe, and the information desks.
Individuals of all ages are encouraged to volunteer. We even have special programs for college students and teenagers. Join our family today.
To learn about the different programs at each of the Seton Hospitals, go to their individual sites on the right.
Volunteer News and Events
One Year Later, Employee's Daughter Returns to Hospital to Thank Doctors, Nurses
June 23, 2015It was almost a year ago when Lori Brandes was settling in on a Sunday night, preparing for the work week ahead, and she received a "trauma alert" on her mobile phone. She wasn't surprised -- but she was shocked 15 minutes later. A UMC Brackenridge social worker called to say Brandes' daughter had just been in a car accident and was unconscious at the hospital.
Dell Children's Medical Center Named Top Performer in Environmental Stewardship
June 19, 2015Dell Children's Medical Center won the most prestigious environmental achievement award given by Practice Greenhealth, which honors efficiencies and environmental stewardship while improving patient safety and care. Dell Children's also was among the 10 U.S. hospitals honored for the Water, Energy and Green Building categories.
After Starting Innovative Volunteer Programs at UMC Brackenridge, Tia McCurdy Heads into Retirement ... Kind of
June 16, 2015
Since 2009, Tia McCurdy has been director of Volunteer Services at University Medical Center Brackenridge. She came to UMCB from Galveston after she and her husband, Jim, lost their jobs after Hurricane Ike. She created several new and interesting volunteer programs at Central Texas' only Level I trauma center for adultsl -- and guess how she intends to spend at least part of her retirement?