Hospital Radio Volunteer

  • VO31464


Description

Grampian Hospital Radio Volunteers:
Grampian Hospital Radio (GHR) provides a dedicated broadcasting service via the bedside entertainment consoles and the traditional bedside head sets to patients in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and Roxburghe House. Radio Rainbow broadcasts from a studio in the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital, providing a service for our younger listeners.

GHR volunteers bring a bit of cheer into the lives of patients through our therapeutic hospital radio service. Volunteers undertake tasks such as collect requests, present programmes, fundraise and help in our record library.

Grampian Hospital Radio (GHR) is a registered Scottish Charity. GHR is a member of the Hospital Broadcasting Association.

A fantastic opportunity to make a difference in our local hospitals. All volunteers are greatly appreciated.

For further details please contact:
Arlene Moir
E-mail: secretary@ghr.org.uk / Tel:01224 552964 / Mobile:07785223848 / web.: www.ghr.org.uk

Organisation aims and objectives

Grampian Hospital Radio (GHR) provides a dedicated broadcasting service via the bedside entertainment consoles and the traditional bedside head sets to patients in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and Roxburghe House. Radio Rainbow broadcasts from a studio in the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital, providing a service for our younger listeners. GHR volunteers bring a bit of cheer into the lives of patients through our therapeutic hospital radio service. Volunteers undertake tasks such as collect requests, present programmes, fundraise and help in our record library. Grampian Hospital Radio (GHR) is a registered Scottish Charity. GHR is a member of the Hospital Broadcasting Association.

Restrictions

None
Experience required: Friendly and find it easy to communicate with people.
Travel details: Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Aberdeen Maternity Hospital (is on main bus routes)
Minimum age: 16

Support

Training details: Good support and relevant training is provided to all volunteers. New members serve a three month trial period during which they experience and are trained in all aspects of our hospital radio service. Ongoing support and training is provided.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 2 months ago