The Eagle Park Health Care Centre has operated as a multilevel care facility in Qualicum Beach since 1993.
Eagle Park Health Care Facility, in beautiful Qualicum Beach, supports a very active volunteer program, serving the needs of its 75 complex care residents. Eagle Park provides numerous opportunities for volunteer involvement from the community. Some examples of our programs include: a “Grandbuddy” program with a local elementary school class; a Junior volunteer program with students from Kwalicum Secondary School, and potential university and college students looking to make career decisions in healthcare. Another program is with the local Art community, who help to promote a lending library of art work in our “Art OnThe Move” program.
Learn more about the Eagle Park Health Care Centre on our facility page.
How to Apply
Follow the steps to become a volunteer to learn more about volunteering with us.
To complete a volunteer application, please contact Melissa Ketler, Manager of Volunteer Resources.
Rehab Mobility Program: Volunteers required for Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings as spares for the regular volunteers all year round.
Walk & Talk Volunteers: Daily program from 9:30 – 11:30 and 3:30 – 5:00 pm and 6 – 8 pm. The more volunteers we have, the more residents get out for a walk. This is a year round program.
Beauty Salon Volunteer: Volunteer required for every 2nd Thursday morning from 9:30 till 12:00 assisting hairdresser in Beauty salon. Duties include portering residents to and from the in house beauty salon.
Arts & Crafts & Activity Programs: Volunteers needed for Monday and Wednesday mornings and/or afternoons. All year program.
Gardeners: Times are flexible and seasonal. As our garden expands more volunteer support will be needed for care, maintenance and gardening projects and gardening activities with residents.
Auxiliary members: Volunteers with board experience are urgently needed as well as members to support the various programs and services of this charitable organization.
Friendly visitors: Volunteers of all ages, looking for one-on-one social contact with residents are always welcome.