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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
Seton Heart Institute's Heart Valve Clinic Offers Life Saving Heart Procedure for Fragile Patients
December 17, 2014Jess Posey has been riding motorcycles for more than 60 years. However, his rides through the Hill Country were put on hold because doctors said he needed a life-saving procedure to treat heart valve disease causing severe shortness of breath. At the Heart Valve Clinic at Seton Heart Institute, Posey received a newer, minimally invasive procedure that would save his life.
Eva's Story: How a Seton DSRIP Team Helped Her With Cancer, Depression and Health Insurance
December 16, 2014
When Eva met Veronica in January 2014, Eva was physically strong and healthy. She had been spared many of the long-term side effects common among cervical cancer survivors. But she was struggling emotionally and at times so depressed that she did not want to get out of bed in the morning. She also worried that the cancer might someday return.
Cancer Survivors, Caregivers Invited to Free 'Power to Heal' Workshops in Austin
December 11, 2014Cancer survivors and their caregivers are invited to sign up for a series of four classes on "The Power to Heal" that will be held on Wednesdays in January at Seton Medical Center Austin. The workshops are free of charge and open to anyone who has been touched by cancer, either as a patient or caregiver.