Clinic Volunteer Application

Undergraduate volunteers play key roles in running clinic every other Sunday, including intake, reception, lab, and interpreting. Volunteers will rotate through these roles throughout their time at clinic. Intake volunteers provide the initial patient assessment, performing vitals and a review of systems to present to the medical students (Co-D’s). Once this information has been collected, intake volunteers have the opportunity to interpret for the Co-D’s and Doctors, or shadow the patient’s visit, allowing for personalized patient interactions. Reception volunteers greet the patients, organize patient charts/paperwork, manage appointments and schedule follow-up visits. Lab volunteers are responsible for organizing lab samples, taking inventory, and keeping track of lab work sent to the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. Interpreters accompany their patients throughout their clinic visit to act as a liaison between the physician/Co-D and the patient. Please note that while you do not need to speak Spanish to apply, having Spanish speaking volunteers is a vital necessity for any given clinic day in order to fulfill the KLHOC mission.

*As first and foremost a community-centered clinic, all volunteers will be expected to fulfill not only their responsibilities within clinic but also participate in a variety of community outreach, projects and events.

Additional Clinic Volunteer Requirements

  1. Mandatory clinic training at the end of spring quarter (approximately 8 hours total.)
  2. Volunteers will be placed on one committee (Women’s Health, Community Outreach, Fundraising, One Health, Referrals, or Youth Enrichment) and must fulfill committee requirements, which vary between positions and time of the year but are generally no more than 10 hours per quarter.
Questions? Please email with the subject line "QUESTION".

Important Date(s)

  • Interviews

    April 17, 2018 to April 19, 2018

    Applicants will be notified of interview invitation by April 13th