Provide spiritual encouragement for patients and families through visitation, counseling, and prayer. This includes pastors and lay members of area churches. Church sponsorship is required.
Offer non-medical support services for patients and families, including companionship visits, emotional support, relief of primary caregiver, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and music therapy.
When you become a volunteer at St. Luke’s McCall, you’ll truly make a difference in the lives of our patients and in our region’s healthcare. All volunteers receive on-the-job training and a general orientation to get started. We’ll make every effort to match your skills and interests to an appropriate volunteer service.
To learn more about volunteer programs or becoming a volunteer, call (208) 630-2307.
To learn more about becoming a hospice volunteer, call (208) 630-2440.
The St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center expansion will provide more space and advanced facilities to ensure we can continue to provide the high-quality, convenient care the people of our growing community deserve.
Designed to promote safety, efficiency and a healing environment, the hospital will feature a new trauma bay, triage area and additional exam rooms in the Emergency Department, modern operating suites and expanded pre- and post-operative areas, expanded lab and imaging space to accommodate advanced equipment and patient privacy, dedicated space for local and visiting specialists, advanced telehealth capability and more.