Our volunteers make the difference!

Over 100 women and men volunteer their time and talents to Jamestown Regional Medical Center and its Foundation every year. They are the difference in achieving our vision of becoming the best rural hospital in the country for patients to receive care, employees to work and providers to practice.


The auxilians meet the first Monday of every month in support of JRMC’s mission. Auxiliary members proudly serve as ambassadors between the hospital and the community through increased community awareness, health-related education and fundraising initiatives. They conduct events, host speakers and make crafts; among many other activities.



Telecare is a free community service in which volunteers call individuals Monday – Friday, 8 – 10 am to say a simple “hello” to individuals who may live alone, are vulnerable due to health or age related issues or do not have anyone to check on them. Use the contact information below to learn more about this service.


Other Areas of Service

  • clinic
  • event planning and participation
  • Foundation activities
  • front desk
  • Gift Shoppe
  • Hospice
  • stitchers
  • surgery center
  • establish new friendships and make a difference in the lives of others
  • opportunities to learn something new
  • volunteer vest and recognition pins
  • annual recognition banquet
  • Apple Basket Café discounts
  • free coffee while working
  • coupon for a free meal if you work six or more hours at one time
  • free activities and in-services
  • bus passes for volunteering purposes

“I don’t feel obligated, I don’t feel stressed. I want to give back to the community and it makes me feel good.”

—Linda Greer



For a paper application, contact Mary Engels.

Contact Us

  • MARY ENGELS • Volunteer Coordinator

    (701) 952-4809

    2422 20th Street SW • Jamestown, ND 58401