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We invite you to include the Hope Clinic in your life as a volunteer. Most of our volunteers have served on a weekly basis for many years. They quickly become part of the team. Each volunteer who makes a commitment to volunteer at the Hope Clinic, also requires that the Hope Clinic donate time and resources to making your volunteer service useful and meaningful to both you and our patients. Please consider this as you think about how much time you can give and how often you can give of your time. In many cases Hope Clinic will have to dedicate personnel to acclimate and train you so it is important for both of us to know how serious you are about volunteering.
Doctors, nurses and other medical caregivers are most welcome at the Hope Clinic. Medical professionals who volunteer at the Hope Clinic are required to submit all of the documentation that would be required for a regular job in their field. These would include, but not be limited to, licenses, curriculum vitae, job history with references and personal character references. Because our patients are very vulnerable and often have few or no other options for medical care, it is incumbent upon us to know that any nurse or doctor who treats them meets our standards.
Hope Clinic needs as many (sometimes more) volunteers in the business and fundraising department as we do in the clinic. We have major fundraising mailings several times a year; we have bookkeeping, accounting and secretarial duties every day; and, with the advent of our new computer systems for healthcare and fundraising we have data that must be entered and verified. Any volunteer work on the business side will require that you have job references that can verify your skill sets, as well as personal and business references concerning your character.