Organization: Sacred Heart Medical Center
Many pre-health students choose this location as a place to volunteer due to its close proximity to campus. Students have the ability to volunteer in different departments at this facility. For example, an individual can choose to volunteer in the ER for 4 hours a week.
For more information: Call (541) 686-6884 for volunteer information.Or go to their website.
Organization: Mckenzie- Willamete Medical Center
Many volunteers help patients and staff by doing activities such as staffing the gift shop, delivering flowers and mail to patients, and providing receptionist services at both the G Street and ER lobbies.
For more information: Call (541) 741-4606 for volunteer information.
Organization: Volunteers in Medicine
Many residents of Lane County do not have health insurance. The goal of Volunteers in Medicine is to compliment and collaborate with other medical facilities, to provide health care to all who lack resources. Very flexible schedule. You can shadow or you can volunteer! Orientations are on the first and third Wednesday of every month. This is a great organization to get a letter of recommendation to medical school from. Our co-president, Josh Lupton, volunteers here.
For more information: Call (541) 685-1920 to find out more about volunteer opportunities or go to www.vim-clinic.org. Deleesa Meashintubby (senior operating officer) Phone: (541) 686-3797 and e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organization: White Bird Medical Clinic
White Bird Clinic is a non-profit human service agency serving the people of Lane County for over 30 years. They have developed a broad range of services and respond to over 60,000 service requests annually.
For more information: Call (541) 342-8255 for volunteer opportunities.
Organization: Peer Health Education
Becoming a peer health educator results in a stimulating internship experience. As a peer health educator, you will learn about public health issues that face the world and campus population.
For more information: Call (541) 346-0562 to learn more about the Peer Health Education Program.
Organization: HIV Alliance
Supporting individuals living with HIV/AIDS and preventing new HIV infections. You can volunteer for multiple terms. Orientation for volunteer opportunities is a total of 8 hours over the course of a few days. They also need Hepatitis C and HIV Counselors. You must be able to attend 2.5 days of training. You will get a license from the CDC from the state of Oregon.
For more information: Call (541) 342-5088 or go to www.hivalliance.org to find out more about these opportunities. Bryon Snapp (Volunteer Cordinatior) Phone: (541) 342-5088 ext 116, e-mail: email@example.com.