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Volunteer Spotlight: Robin Bailey

Volunteer Spotlight: Robin Bailey

In honor of National Healthcare Volunteer Week on April 10-16, Campbell County Health is highlighting some of our volunteers.

Meet Robin Bailey. Some of you may recognize Robin from her work in Sen. Mike Enzi's office. Robin retired nearly two years ago, and decided that she wanted to stay involved with her community during her retirement. That's when she started volunteering for CCH.

Robin spends time playing bingo with Pioneer Manor residents in Unit 5 and in the Memory Care Unit as well as helps out at the Information Desk in the Main Lobby at Campbell County Health by welcoming patients and visitors. Robin is also on Campbell County Healthcare Foundation's Legacy Advisory Board (formerly the Pioneer Manor Advisory Board), which works to improve residents' quality of life at the facility, and helps with fundraising for resident activities. Recently the board has given all residents carnations at Valentine's Day, and helped purchase a new ice cream machine.

"Volunteering with CCH is enjoyable and very informative—I know where most of the doctors and services are in the organization and can help people find their way, and have fun doing it," says Robin. "Volunteering here is a great way to give back to my community."

Thank you, Robin for all that you do for CCH! We appreciate you.

Learn more about volunteering at CCH

At CCH, there are more than 340 adult and youth volunteers who are coordinated by Michele Ridgeway. In 2015, volunteers gave 10,072 hours, which is valued at over $210,000! Our dedicated volunteers give their time and expertise for the betterment of Campbell County Health, Campbell County Health, Campbell County Medical Group, Hospice, Pioneer Manor and more. Volunteers reap many personal benefits—the accomplishment of performing worthwhile work, visiting with old friends and meeting new ones. Our volunteers make a difference in someone's day simply by being there.

There are many volunteer opportunities available, such as clerical support, administrative assistance, pastoral care/chaplains, childcare, Gift Shoppe sales, hospice, Information Desk/Welcome Desk, music in the lobby, and the summer Junior Volunteer Program. Hours are flexible to meet the needs of the volunteer.

Do you like to help others? Do you have some free time? Do you have a talent to share? CCH volunteers support their community in many ways - come join them. Learn more at www.cchwyo.org/volunteer.