Clinic/Patient: 239.529.2255 Development Office: 239.261.6600

121 Goodlette Road North
Email: info@neighborhoodhealthclinic.org

Non-Medical Volunteers

Being a non-medical volunteer at the Neighborhood Health Clinic will mean you are part of a team, whose every effort whether filing, working at the computer, or making phone calls is directed at patient care.

 

Non-Medical Volunteer Opportunities include:

 

– Meal Services Coordinator – Historian
– IT Support
– Specialty Clinic Coordinator
– Bookkeeping Assistance
– Courier – Run errands
– Dental Coordinator
– Mass Mailings – Photographer
– Receptionist / Telephone
– Retired Nurse for file review
– Development Assistants
– Diabetic Education Assistant
– Public Relations Marketing
– Speakers Bureau Coordinator
– Educator for Self Breast Exam Program
– Computer – Data Entry, Word Processing
– Meal Preparation – Prepare/donate volunteer meals
– Grant Researchers and Special Event writers
– Administrative Support – Answer phones, file medical reports and other clerical tasks
– Pharmacy / Medication Room Support–(Nurse or Pharmacist)
– Fundraising – Assist Development Director with special events and other various tasks

– Kitchen Host/Hostess – Welcome and serve donated meals to the volunteers during Clinic hours  (You are not responsible for preparing the meal)
– Intake Counselor – Interview potential patients to determine eligibility for Clinic services
– Interpreters – Assist Intake Counselors and medical staff with patients
– Medical Services Support – Keep exam rooms supplied, conduct patient surveys, work in lab

 
Please be prepared to provide copies of your driver’s license and social security card. 

 

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