Volunteer Healthcare Clinic

About VHC

“The Volunteer Healthcare Clinic (VHC) believes access to quality medical care is the foundation of a healthy and thriving community.  When people have timely access to care, they can reach their full potential and contribute to our community.  Since 1966, VHC has been building a healthier Austin by providing much-needed primary care for acute and chronic conditions – along with prevention education – to children and adults in Travis County with no other access to care.  Through our services, VHC improves health and lives and is helping to create a healthy and vibrant community where everyone can thrive.”

http://www.volclinic.org/about-us.html

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Volunteer healthcare professionals needed:
    • Physicians (especially Family Practice and Podiatry)
    • Advance Practice Nurses
    • Nurses
    • Pharmacists
    • Pharmacy Technicians (must be registered with the TSBP)
    • Phlebotomists and Medical Lab Technicians
    • Dietitians and Nutritionists
  • Non-medical opportunities:
    • Spanish interpreters/translators
    • Vietnamese interpreters/translators
    • Amharic interpreters/translators
    • Burmese interpreters/translators
    • General office support (daytime and evening)
    • Fundraising, PR, or Special Projects

Volunteer Requirements

  • Complete a volunteer application.
  • Attend a volunteer orientation session.

To apply to be a volunteer, go to VHC’s Volunteer page.

Or visit their homepage: http://www.volclinic.org/


Volunteer Healthcare Clinic Locations


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