Want to Volunteer? Download our volunteer form, snail mail or email to our attention. You’ll soon be part of the team.
Since the first volunteer who provided care seventeen years ago to today, those willing to give of their time and talent have been the core of our clinical services. Hope Clinic of Garland, Inc. simply could not provide quality healthcare to hundreds over the years without the volunteerism of physicians, nurses, medical assistants, office support, our advisory council and dynamic board of directors. Within our Primary Care and Urgent Care, volunteers are needed because more helpers mean more patients who are able to be seen at Hope Clinic of Garland, Inc. If clinical services is not where you want to lend a hand, contact us to help with our major events in the spring of 2020-they are exciting. Interested in visiting to find out how you can help us, that’s even better! Right now, we need general office help with a variety of needs in Administration and the Clinic area. Complete the Application, and Join Us.
Physician and APP Volunteers, YOU choose what works best for you.
- See Patients at your Office Location
Commit to see a certain number of our patients over a certain period of time. Even one patient per month makes a difference to us. Help us coordinate with your office staff to allow for charity patient status, and our referral coordinator will help make the process as easy on your office as possible.
- See Patients at Hope Clinic Location
Volunteer MDs can designate whatever time their schedule can allow to come to our office to see patients. For example, a dermatologist currently comes out for 3 hours every 2 months for skin procedures. We schedule about 6 patients during that time, so that patients with this particular need are seen back to back during this “Dermatology procedure clinic” time. Clinic intervals and number of patients are under your direction.
- Provide e-visits or phone consults with our primary care MDs
Review cases or answer questions for our primary care physicians over email, phone, or electronic health record review. You may choose how often you are contacted and limit how many cases you will review.
Malpractice insurance is available through Federal Tort Claims Act.