“What is the essence of life? To serve others and to do good.” - Aristotle
- Make a difference with your time and talents
- Help your neighbor
- Give back to your community
- Personal growth
- Learn new skills
- Meet new people
- Gain professional experience
- Qualified Clinicians may earn NAP tax credits
- Continuing Education Units available to professionals
Volunteers perform much of the clinic’s work, along with a core of paid staff. They are the lifeline of the clinic, positively affecting everything we do and everyone we serve. Clinic volunteers come from all walks of life and they donate their talents in a variety of ways. Volunteer activities are available four days and one evening each week.
In order to serve in a clinical capacity at St. Luke Community Clinic, you MUST hold an active license through the Virginia Department of Healthcare Professionals.
- Providers – Doctors, Dentists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants
The number of people who receive health care services and medications at the clinic is directly related to the number of volunteer health providers who treat patients in our medical and dental clinics. NAP tax credits are available for licensed professionals.
- Nurses, Dental Hygienists, Counselors, etc.
Medical professionals of many fields are needed to help us meet our mission. NAP tax credits are available for licensed professionals.
Volunteers serve in a variety of ways from answering phones and completing other administrative tasks to reviewing charts, screening patients for eligibility, and scheduling referrals.
Pre-health majors from colleges/universities can provide support services while getting experience in a community-based healthcare delivery system.
Annual Volunteer Dinner:
St. Luke Community Clinic recognizes all volunteers at an Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Acknowledging Outstanding Volunteers and sharing of accomplishments fill the evening after enjoying a catered meal. Contact the clinic for opportunities. 540-636-4325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.