Volunteers have a positive impact on the work of NHS Shetland, their support and dedication is greatly appreciated. Volunteering can help you learn new skills, improve your employability and gain valuable life experiences and meet new friends along the way:

Volunteers have a positive impact on patients

Volunteers make a considerable contribution to the facilities and support available to patients, including:

  • Patient companion
  • Patient experience
  • Toe nail clippers
  • Pastoral visitors
  • Breastfeeding Support Volunteer

NHS Shetland values and supports the important part volunteers play in the life and work of the organisation.


Who can Volunteer?

We welcome anyone 16 years or over to apply to become a Volunteer. No special skills are required; all we ask is that you can offer your time, commitment and reliability.

If you would like more information about NHS Shetland Voluntary Services please contact shet.hradmin@nhs.scot