Health System Seeks Volunteers for Simulation Lab and Center for Educational Development

Southeast Georgia Health System is offering unique volunteer opportunities for adults in its Center for Educational Development. Featuring one of the largest hospital-based simulation centers in a four state area, the Center boasts the most highly evolved human patient simulators available for hands-on learning. The simulation lab offers not one, but a whole family of simulation mannequins that have the capability to produce virtually any human function that might occur in a real medical emergency.

Volunteers are needed to assist the Center’s educators with patient-care scenarios and to provide support behind the scenes by preparing educational packets, providing tours, escorting students to areas within the facilities, computer entry and more. These volunteer opportunities may be of particular interest to individuals with teaching, engineering and healthcare backgrounds, as well as those who possess strong customer service skills.

olunteers are needed Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 pm or 12:30-4:30 p.m. Those selected to become volunteers must attend an initial mandatory orientation and occasional educational meetings, as well as submit to an annual TB skin test.

o learn more about this unique volunteer opportunity at Southeast Georgia Health System, please contact Kristin Doll at 912-466-1071 or email.