Volunteer Services primarily include:
In the mid-1970’s a group of volunteers gathered together to start and operate a gift shop located within the hospital. They made layettes, saved Betty Crocker stamps to purchase silverware for new babies, sold cookies and popcorn and helped patients with phone calls, newspapers and letters.
By 1978 the group reorganized and eventually opened a thrift shop, The Bargain Boutique, on Main Street in Quincy. Proceeds were, and still are, used to help the hospital purchase equipment. The group is proud to recount their first major donation in the mid-1980’s, new lobby furniture valued at over $2000. Today, The Bargain Boutique is the main source of income for the volunteers. Over $600,000 has been donated to PDH for equipment and student scholarships.
Donna Griffin, President
Kathy Price, President Elect
Gloria Boland, Treasurer
Susan Peters, Treasurer Elect
Linda Leonhardt, Corresponding Secretary
Denise Pyper, Recording Secretary
Make a difference by donating to The Bargain Boutique Fine Thrift & Gifts, located at 405 W. Main Street in downtown Quincy.
We are happy to accept your clean and usable donations during our business hours. There is a list of items we cannot accept which is posted at our store.
PDH Volunteers is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. Charitable donations are deductible as allowed by law. A donor receipt is available upon request.
Since the mid-1980's, the Plumas District Hospital Volunteers have offered a medical alert service to residents who live within the Hospital district boundaries. People from Quincy to Cromberg, the communities of Indian Valley and down the canyon to Belden can take advantage of the Philips Lifeline service.
Philips Lifeline is a 24-hour emergency response system that allows individuals to live on their own with confidence.
Philips Lifeline can benefit anyone living alone, the elderly, people recovering from surgery or illness, the disabled and those with medical conditions who may require attention at a moment’s notice.
Philips Lifeline operates through your telephone lines. The service currently costs $30 per month with a $20 installation fee.
For more information click here to download the PDHV Lifeline Brochure, or contact: Kathy Price at 283-1195 or Marilyn Christensen 283-0697
This year Plumas District Hospital Volunteers is offering two ($2,500 and $1,500) scholarships to two individuals pursuing a career in a health-related field.
Scholarship applications for the 2021-2022 school year are being accepted now.
If you have any questions, email Denise at email@example.com.
Being a volunteer gives the opportunity to give to others and give something back to the community. Please complete the application to join and return it to the Bargain Boutique at 405 Main Street in downtown Quincy.
Volunteers Support Plumas District Hospital
|Year||Type of support||Total|
|2011||ER Power Gurney||$12,781.46|
|ER High Res. Monitor||$8,935.16|
|Neo Blu Newborn Phototherapy Light||$1,875.25|
|2012||Pflates Bio-Feedback Equipment||$21,000.00|
|Transdermal Bilirubin Meter||$5,000.00|
|Pediatric Push Cart||$1,800.00|
|2015||ER Central Station EKG||$15,829.48|
|2016||Adopt-A-Room (Labor & Delivery #103)||$17,500.00|
|2017||Sonosite Portable Ultrasound||$38,918.76|
|Adopt-A-Room (second room)||$18,500.00|
|2018||Lobby furniture in all seven (7) of our waiting rooms – main hospital lobby, radiology, laboratory, dental clinic, North Fork clinic, Quincy clinic and Indian Valley clinic||$25,000.00|
|New hospital beds and other inpatient room furniture||$44,357.05|
|2019||Birthing Education Video||$421.04|