Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group
Volunteer Opportunities at Sharp Rees-Stealy
A moment of your time can change someone's life.
By volunteering at Sharp Rees-Stealy, you will be joining a team of hundreds of caring San Diegans — of all ages — who are making a positive difference in our community.
What volunteering can do for you.
Volunteering is a great way to contribute to the community, meet new people and really make a difference. And through our junior volunteer program, high school students can explore career possibilities and gain valuable skills training and work experience.
Countless ways to give back.
No matter your talents, age or interests, our diverse range of volunteer opportunities allows you to choose the best way to make your passions count. We welcome ideas and work hard to find you the perfect fit. Some of the many important roles you could fill include:
- Business services
- Clerical assistance
- Family medicine
- Information desk and escorts
- Lobby greeter
- Occupational medicine
Become a volunteer today.
We'd love to welcome you to our team. To become a volunteer at Sharp Rees-Stealy or to learn more about our program, please contact a volunteer representative at a location near you.
Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Rancho Bernardo and Scripps Ranch
Chula Vista and Otay Ranch
Downtown, Outpatient Pavilion, Point Loma and San Diego
La Mesa West, Grossmont Medical Plaza and El Cajon
Sorrento Mesa, Mira Mesa and Murphy Canyon
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"My philosophy is to treat everyone with kindness and respect and provide high-quality care."
"I provide respectful care and empower my patients to live healthy, happy lives."
"It is a privilege to be in a position to offer help to people when they need it the most."
"I will provide service and excellence for the benefit of each individual patient."
"I believe in forming a partnership to improve the quality of life for my patients."
"My patients will always have my full attention and I will do my best to help them."