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Physician Assistant Preceptor Opportunities
Clinical Preceptors are a vital part of the education of the next generation of physician assistants. There is a high demand for licensed physicians, PAs, and nurse practitioners who are willing to educate current physician assistant students on the proper clinical evaluation and treatment of patients. Your participation will ensure that capable and competent physician assistants are furthering the future of your career. If you are interested in serving as a clinical preceptor please email one or both of the following programs:
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
1036 E Riverside Drive, St George, Utah 84790
The doctors’ volunteer clinic (DVC) is a non-profit, non-government healthcare organization that provides access to affordable health services for the uninsured, underinsured, and low income in Southern Utah by acting as a safety net of services that include primary medical care, mental health services, and dental care. They are in need of Physicians, PAs, NPs, dentists, and counselors. Volunteers can set their own hours. Most volunteers work 0.5 days per week. Don’t worry about needing to miss a day when needed, its easy to cancel whenever conflicts arise.
Please contact DeAnne 435-656-0022 if interested in volunteering
409 West 400 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Fourth street clinic helps homeless Utahns improve their health and quality of life by providing high-quality health care and support services.
If interested please fill out a volunteer application. You will then be contacted for interview.
65 East 6850 South, Midvale, Utah 84047
The Hope Clinic will recognize,
If interested please call 801-568-6700
380 North 500 West, Moab, Utah 84532
The Moab Free Health Clinic is a nonprofit safety net clinic responding to the need for affordable, accessible health care in Moab. The Moab Free Health Clinic relies on volunteer medical staff to provide non-urgent medical care and mental health services to uninsured and underinsured (high-deductible or catastrophic plan) patients. Beyond treating patients, the Clinic maintains a resource directory connecting anyone with comprehensive care locally and regionally. Through community connections, they help ensure the health and productivity of Moab’s families and workers.
The MFHC requests a 2-3 hour time commitment. Apart from the satisfaction of providing underserved people with much needed access to healthcare, local Moab businesses thank you for volunteering at the clinic by donating small incentives (i.e. bike rentals, parks passes, hotel rooms, and massages) to make your stay in Moab a bit more comfortable. Tell us what you like to do!
The MFHC, its providers, and volunteers are covered under the Federal Tort Claims Act Liability Coverage. We are happy to assist with licensing for retired medical providers and those not licensed in Utah, including possible funding for the cost of licensing.
415 E 3900 S, Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
Maliheh Free Clinic seeks to improve the quality of life in the Greater Salt Lake Area by providing free medical services for uninsured and low-income individuals and families to help reverse the cycle of poverty and suffering created by poor health. The work of the Maliheh Free Clinic depends on the dedicated professionals who donate their time and talent. The clinic allows them to participate in community service without the red tape of traditional healthcare. We need Doctors, Dentists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nurses, MAs, Radiologists, and other Health Care Professionals to participate with us in improving access to health care in our community. Please join us in making a difference in our community. Give the gift of your TIME!
Please contact Tammy Garfield, Volunteer Coordinator, 801-266-3700 x106 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
650 Round Valley Drive, Park City, Utah 84068
The PHC is a free clinic for residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties who do not have health insurance, and depends on volunteers in order to provide healthcare services for people who might not otherwise have access to healthcare. Volunteer providers are needed for their Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening clinics. Tuesdays are family practice and pediatrics, Wednesdays are obstetrics, and Thursdays family practice and chronic disease (HTN, DM). Clinic usually runs from 5pm to 830pm. PA’s, NP’s, MD’s welcome. There is a supervising physician on-site. Second-year PA students also welcome to serve as providers, and volunteer ancillary staff or other students also welcome for phlebotomy, vital signs, and check-in. Your help is much appreciated. Great learning environment! Improve your Spanish!
If interested please contact Kara Clapp, Clinic Coordinator, or call 435-333-1879
589 South State Street, Provo, Utah
The volunteer care clinic offers basic health care services, including pediatric care and general medical care. Licensed physicians, nurses and other health care providers donate their time and resources to the clinic to provide needed health care services. All supplies and services are donated to the clinic by generous contributors in the community.
If interested please contact Clyde Stauffer, Clinical Director.
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Medical Mission Opportunities