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AA/Packard Pantry

A joint venture between Association of Auxiliaries for Children and the Second Harvest Food Bank to pack and distribute food bags to patient families identified by Social Services as needing critical food assistance.

Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -West Building

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Care-A-Van Driver

CARE-A-VAN for Kids Driver:
Care-A-Van for Kids is dedicated to providing rides to financially disadvantaged children and their families coming from South Bay locations to Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. The program is intended to ensure that children easily access essential health care and to facilitate parents' participation during a child's hospital stay.

Volunteer drivers will pick-up the patient and at least one parent or guardian at their home and transport them to Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford, ensuring that all children 40 lb. or less and 4 years of age and under, are in care seats. The volunteer driver will wait for the appointment to end and transport the patient back to their home. NO OTHER STOPS WILL BE MADE.

Minimum age of 21 years
Minimum four years driving experience
Minimum 1 year commitment
Able to relate well to patients and families under stress
Must provide copy of current California Driver's License
Must provide proof of automobile insurance— plus collision coverage
Adherence to dealer-recommended maintenance schedule

Scheduled Shifts:
At least 1 drive a month

Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -West Building

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Eucharistic Ministers

Provide Communion to patients and families at LPCH and offsite at LPCH unit at El Camino Hospital.

Must be a certified Eucharistic Minister.

Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -Main & West Building

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Neonatal Intensive Care Greeter

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Greeter

Department: Neonatal Intensive Care Units 260 and 270

Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00 am -5:00 pm

If available evenings would be helpful also until 9:00 pm


Must have excellent communication skills, sensitivity and good judgment. Ability to use resources effectively in providing information. Ability to interact with patients, families and staff in a non-judgmental, non-intrusive manner. Self-starter with the ability to observe and/or seek out when or where assistance is needed. Willing to be trained on basic computer skills (i.e. patient and staff lookup, meeting schedule lookup etc.) Able to smile and be friendly creating a caring environment

Program Goals: To greet and provide assistance to staff/patients/parents/visitors. Provide support and non-medical information to patients and families upon admittance, while in-patient and upon discharge. Provide welcoming service and general information about our unit to everyone entering the units.

Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -West Building

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