For current volunteers

Volunteers are special people who give their time and energy to help others. Montage Health Auxiliary volunteers make a meaningful difference in the lives of patients, families, visitors, and staff every day. Thank you for all you do to make Montage Health and Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula successful.

If you’re a current member of the Auxiliary, use the resources on this page to stay up-to-date and easily access documentation and links regularly used by volunteers.

Volunteer portals

VICNET is an online volunteer portal where you can check your schedule, sign-up for openings, and send and receive messages.

Log into VICNET

Volgistics is a web-based volunteer software system used for scheduling, reporting hours, sending reminders, recruiting volunteers, and more.

Log into Volgistics

Volunteer resources

View important information and documents, such as:

  • Auxiliary Handbook [PDF], a guide for new members – Covers information about the Auxiliary, our uniforms and pins, membership policies and rules, board of directors, and by-laws
  • Code of Ethical Conduct Handbook – Details ethics expectations and lawful behavior for volunteers and all others associated with Montage Health
  • Compliance training slides [PDF] – Describes the compliance program’s purpose, who oversees it, and how to report a concern or violation
  • Class Marker website – Provides online safety testing
  • Confidentiality of Patient and Hospital Business Information – Focuses on patient and hospital privacy, confidentiality, and information security policies and procedures you agree to as a volunteer
  • Montage Health organizational chart [PDF] – Shows the organizational structure of Montage Health entities
  • Volgistics User Information [PDF] – Explains how to use Volgistics in a short, concise document
  • What every Auxiliary member should know [PDF] – Presents a summary of Auxiliary history, services, membership, scholarships, and contributions to Montage Health

Trainer resources

The following information is for new member training purposes:

Contact the Auxiliary

Call the Auxiliary office at (831) 625-4555 for more information.

Upcoming Events

  • Jun
    2
    Thursday
    6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    Surgeons Mark Vierra and Steven S. Chang have helped thousands of people get on a path to weight loss and better health through weight-loss surgery.
  • Jun
    7
    Tuesday
    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    Join us for a talk on how to prevent, identify, and address memory and other cognitive concerns.
  • Jun
    10
    Friday
    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Physical activity doesn’t need to be hard. Walking boosts physical health, mental well-being, and can help manage serious health conditions.
  • Jun
    13
    Monday
    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Join this in-person workshop on planning for and talking about what we want when it comes to serious illness and end-of-life care. Taking these steps now will reduce stress later, and allow your choices to be honored.
  • Jun
    13
    Monday
    2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
    This class will focus on the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet
  • Jun
    28
    Tuesday
    4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    In this online workshop you will learn how to plan for and talk about what you want when it comes to serious illness and end-of-life care. Taking these steps now will reduce stress later.
  • Jul
    5
    Tuesday
    10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    Experience the gentle, slow movements of tai chi.
  • Jul
    7
    Thursday
    6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    Surgeons Mark Vierra and Steven S. Chang have helped thousands of people get on a path to weight loss and better health through weight-loss surgery.
  • Jul
    18
    Monday
    10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    In this online workshop you will learn how to plan for and talk about what you want when it comes to serious illness and end-of-life care. Taking these steps now will reduce stress later.
  • Jul
    25
    Monday
    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Join this in-person workshop on planning for and talking about what we want when it comes to serious illness and end-of-life care. Taking these steps now will reduce stress later, and allow your choices to be honored.