Accessing your profile and updating your schedule
If you are a current volunteer and you would like to access your schedule, update your profile, read mail, check service history, enter your offsite hours (if applicable) and change your password Click here. If you don't have an online schedule and you need to report a one-time or short term absence contact Volunteer Services at 613-549-6666 ext 2359 or Auxiliary Services at extension 6352 or click here to send an email.
If you would like more information on how to use your Volgistics profile, click here.
Learning Opportunities at Kingston Health Sciences Centre
KHSC, along with Queen’s University’s Faculty of Health Sciences, has created a calendar of education events that are open to our staff, credentialed staff, learners, volunteers and Patient Experience Advisors. Click here to access the calendar.
While paid parking options are available through Volunteer Services, we encourage volunteers to carpool, have someone drop you off, walk, cycle, or take a bus whenever possible. Click here for more details.
As a valued member of the KHSC staff team, you are encouraged to participate in the staff discount program, the student bursary program, years of service recognition events, staff appreciation week and other events offered throughout the year. We encourage you to participate whether you are new to KHSC or a longstanding volunteer. Click here for more details.
Many important policies are relevant to your role as a volunteer (e.g. dress code, scent free, confidentiality, use of electronic devices, code of conduct, etc). If you have a question about a specific policy, please contact Volunteer Services or you can also review the appropriate eLearning modules on the Orientation section of this site.
KGH strives to provide a workplace environment where staff feel comfortable and safe while dressed accordingly. Clothing must be in good condition, clean and appropriately fitted with I.D. badges properly placed at chest level.
Although the guidelines allow for a wide range of apparel options, some clothing and accessories are more suitable than others for the work environment as illustrated by the following: