Donate, Volunteer or Serve
Many of these former patients - as well as families and friends- ask how they can "give back" to Baptist Health Lexington in appreciation of the care they've received. One way in which to show appreciation is through a financial contribution. A not-for-profit hospital, Baptist Health Lexington offers a number of opportunities to honor a loved one and/or express appreciation, such as our Children’s Walk. Click here for more information about giving opportunities, or call (859) 260-6446.
Baptist Health Lexington has some 150 adult volunteers who contribute more than 32,000 hours to the hospital each year. In addition, we sponsor a VolunTeen program every summer for teenagers. Visit the links below to learn more about the rewards of volunteering at Baptist Health Lexington.
Become a Baptist Health Lexington VolunTeen
Become a Baptist Health Lexington VolunTeen Thank you for your interest in becoming a VolunTeen at Baptist Health Lexington. Young people between the ages of 14 and 18 who would like to participate in our summer VolunTeen program can apply each spring by completing our online application during the application period. Please note, the 2014 Summer VolunTeen Program application process is closed. The 2015 Summer VolunTeen application process will open in March 2015. Thank you.
Become a Baptist Health Lexington Volunteer
The Volunteer Services team at Baptist Health Lexington always enjoys speaking with adults interested in serving their community at the hospital. Click the link above to learn more about the opportunity of becoming a Volunteer at Baptist Health Lexington.
You can play a role in improving health care at Baptist Health Lexington.
We are interested in creating an ongoing conversation with the community we serve. Baptist Health Lexington values our patients as well as family members and caregivers of patients, and we are looking for better ways to serve you. As part of these efforts, we have created the Patient Experience Council.
The Patient Experience Council, comprised of patients and family members as well as hospital staff, works together to implement programs and policies that will improve the overall patient experience.
As part of its initiative, the Patient Experience Council occasionally hosts focus group sessions, during which we seek input from patients, family members and caregivers regarding their recent hospital experience.
From time to time, there are openings on the Patient Experience Council. Members must have either been a Baptist Health Lexington patient or have had family members who have been a Baptist Health Lexington patient within the past three years. No medical education background or experience is required.
If you would like to participate in a future focus group session or would be interested in serving on the Patient Experience Council, please click here to send us an e-mail.