Volunteer Opportunities

On Volunteering at the Clinic

“The other volunteers are great. The staff is great. It’s just an easy way to give back, and on some level it gives me purpose.
“The people here are the best. I volunteer at many places, and here the people are so happy. The tone that is set here—it’s just wonderful.
“And with the clients, we make a difference. We really make a difference.”
— Eve Jordan, Heathsville

Patients, volunteers and staff: A family affair

Volunteers are welcome and encouraged to join others at the Clinic and help elevate the health of the community. Opportunities are available in all areas, professional and non-professional, and the rewards are plentiful.
Volunteers maintain Clinic operations at the main office in Kilmarnock, the Outreach Clinic in Montross, and the Outreach Office in Syringa.
To make a difference in people’s lives, join our team.

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Data entry volunteer assists with record keeping at the main clinic.


Volunteers in the Medical Clinic include providers, nurses, assistants, and lay individuals for data entry and other work.

board members

Board members Scott Graham and Dr. Greg Lockhart at the Chef's Table Fundraiser.


Volunteers at the nurses’ station: Allison Maresh, June Turnage and Kate Bott


VCU School of Dentistry students help staff at the Dental Clinic.


Working in the front office

Volunteer Opportunities

Reception/administrative: Greet patients, answer phone, prepare charts, make reminder calls and appointments, filing

Eligibility screeners: Interview patients to determine financial eligibility and make sure that documentation is current

Medical Clinic: Physicians, nurses, medical technicians, medical assistants

Dental Clinic: Dentists, hygienists, dental assistants, reception, statistical data

Pharmacy: Pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, dispensing technicians, front desk, application processors, data entry.

Clinic dinner program: Prepare or solicit meals for clinic volunteers

Data entry: Compile and input statistical data

Publicity and fund-raising: Man event booths, design fund-raising materials, write articles, assist with mass mailings

Outreach Clinic: Twice monthly at Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church in Montross. Clinical services, eligibility screenings and prescription pick-ups begin at 8:30 a.m. every other Thursday

Outreach Office: Each Thursday afternoon at Freeshade Community Center in Syringa, for patient screenings and assistance in obtaining medications


Volunteers help work with charts, call patients and enter data.