Many of our clinics offer volunteer and shadowing opportunties.
To find a place to volunteer, go to the CLINICS tab and find a specific geographic area that appeals to you. Directly contact each clinic to find out about specific opportunities. Some have well developed volunteer programs, whereas other clinics have a limited capacity. All our clinics can use your prayers, the best volunteer position you can choose!
Below are a few samples of volunteer opportunties.
Contact: Jenny Daniels, Executive Director
Volunteer activities include scribing, grantwriting, shadowing, nursing, and interacting with other medical volunteers.
Housing may be available.
Contact: Katie Wright, HR Professional
We have both urgent care and clinic opportunities, so students could try serving in different capacities. Further, we have medical labs, pharmacies, and an EMS service partnership.
Contact: Marq Youngblood, Executive Director
Medical Ministry Intern supports the clinic as an integral staff member through ongoing tasks related to administration, clinician support, quality improvement, community outreach, and management of special projects. The intern also works collaboratively with medical professionals and administrative staff to help fulfill the Clinic’s mission of proclaiming the message of Jesus by serving the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the uninsured.
Contact Shelby Miller, Executive Director
Undergrad students through graduate school can find opportunties for shadowing and volunteering.
Contact: Jeanne Myers, Volunteer Coordinator
Volunteer opportunties for Undergraduate students
Contact: Jameye Martin,RN BSN executive director
Inquire for specific opportutnies for shadowing and volunteering.
Rural Health Ministry
Contact Mary Pearson, DO
At this rural clinic, externships, medical students, volunteer opportunities for non medical. Medical, osteopathic and APRN students are who we have worked with most in the past but have worked with other types of students as well
Students should email Dr Pearson with their goals and individual programs can be set up.
Contact: Kimberley McKenna, CEO
Opportunties for shadowing, volunteering and internships, based on availability at this rural clinic.
Options for housing may be available
Contact: [email protected]
Patient Population: homeless, immigrant, working poor. 18 languages, Rural Clinic
Volunteer opportunties for Undergraduate students.
Volunteer doing scribing, scheduling, interpreting, administrative needs--depending on your skillset
Contact: Anne Peak, Director of Patient and Community Engagement
We take every level of students and structure a program that is right for the age/experience of the student.
Inquire about volunteer, shadowing, internship and gap year opportunties.