McLeod Health Recognizes Junior Volunteers for Their Service

MRMC JR Volunteers
17 AUGUST 2018

This group of junior volunteers at McLeod Regional Medical Center were recognized for serving more than 100 hours each this summer. First row: Anna Grace Burr, Kaylee Hewitt, Riya Faisel, Anna Sullivan, Jenna Barino; second row: Jada Johnson, Jessica Middleton, Lauren Fulmer. Not pictured Faith Kilpatrick. A total of 88 teens volunteered at McLeod Regional donating nearly 5,500 hours.

This summer, 176 teenagers ranging in age from 13 to 17 participated in the McLeod Junior Volunteer Program in McLeod Health hospitals across the region.

These teen volunteers donated more than 10,789 hours serving staff members, patients and visitors at McLeod Health Cheraw, McLeod Health Clarendon, McLeod Dillon, McLeod Loris Seacoast, McLeod Regional Medical Center, McLeod Hospice, the McLeod Child Development Center and the McLeod Activity Center for Kids.

Coordinated by McLeod Volunteer Services, the McLeod Junior Volunteer Program runs from June to August and allows teens to serve in numerous capacities throughout the hospital. The program also provides teenagers the opportunity to determine if healthcare is a career they want to pursue after high school.

If you know of a teen who may be interested in volunteering next summer, please visit for the Volunteer Services contact information at each McLeod Health hospital.