Applications Available for Saratoga Hospital Summer Student Volunteer Program SSOAR
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February 7, 2017

Applications Available for Saratoga Hospital

Summer Student Volunteer Program


SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY, February 7, 2017 – Applications are now available for SSOAR, “Students Sharing Opportunities and Responsibilities”, Saratoga Hospital’s unique summer program offering area junior and senior high school students  opportunities for community service in a healthcare environment.   SSOAR participants will volunteer at least 48 hours in one of several areas of the hospital, including the Gift Shoppe, Treasures Consignment Boutique, medical/surgical floors, and emergency department.  Accepted SSOAR participants are required to attend a mandatory orientation June 23, 2017.
Completed applications must be received/postmarked  by April 7, 2017.  Detailed information and application requirements are available at, through high school guidance offices, and at the Front Desk of Saratoga Hospital.  For email inquiries, students may contact Betsy St. Pierre, Associate Director of Volunteer Services, at
About Saratoga Hospital: Saratoga Hospital is the Saratoga region’s leading healthcare provider and the only acute-care facility in Saratoga County. With a medical staff of more than 450 providers, the hospital offers care in a broad range of medical specialties at more than 20 locations including its Wilton campus and the Saratoga Medical Park at Malta. The Saratoga Hospital Medical Group ensures easy access to services that can have the greatest impact on both individual and community health. In keeping with its emphasis on quality, Saratoga Hospital was the first in the Capital Region to earn Magnet designation for nursing excellence. On Jan. 1, 2017, Saratoga Hospital finalized its affiliation with Albany Medical Center, joining Columbia Memorial Health in creating a regionally integrated, locally governed healthcare system. For more information: or
Betsy St.Pierre
Associate Director Volunteer Services
Saratoga Hospital
07 Feb 2017