Methodist Mansfield Shines the Light on Volunteers During National Volunteer Week
MANSFIELD, Texas – Methodist Mansfield Medical Center has been blessed with countless individuals, from physicians and nurses to administrators and maintenance workers, who care about others and are dedicated to making a difference in our hospital and the patients we serve. Among them are the auxiliary volunteers, who choose to give of themselves to make Methodist Mansfield a better place.
Our auxiliary volunteers are one of Methodist Mansfield’s greatest treasures. They give selflessly of their time, energy, and love to the patients, patients’ families, and staff. Last year alone, our 110-plus auxiliary volunteers provided more than 16,000 hours of service. And no task was so small that it did not have a huge impact on the lives of those they helped. They lift the spirits of others during difficult times, bring companionship and compassion to patients and families, and support the hospital in fundraising and administrative work. Auxiliary volunteers are a vital part of our team, showing concern for others and offering extra care to all those with whom they come in contact. Whether they’re touching the lives of others with acts of kindness, generosity, and compassion or raising awareness in the community about our hospital and the benefits it offers, auxiliary volunteers are one of our most important assets, and they enable Methodist Mansfield to offer the best care possible to the people in our community.
Volunteer Week, April 18 through 24, gives us an opportunity to shine the spotlight on these outstanding individuals and show our gratitude for their service. Methodist Mansfield honors our volunteers during Volunteer Week, who give of themselves and help make life shine bright for all of us. Let’s all take a moment this week to recognize and thank our volunteers.
Texas law prohibits hospitals from practicing medicine. The physicians on the Methodist Health System medical staff are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Methodist Health System.