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Ways to volunteer
Based on certification and qualification, clinical volunteers assist with taking social histories, checking vitals, providing consultations, specialized exams (ie. dental, visual) and facilitating interactive exercise and health education stations at BPSHI clinics.
HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS | We are always appreciative of healthcare professionals volunteering at our clinics. Healthcare professionals with a doctoral degree in health (ie. M.D., D.O., Pharm.D. O.D.s) provide community members with the necessary health education and consultation, as well as perform preliminary exams such as vision checks or visual dental exams. Healthcare professionals certified in patient care (ie. R.N., P.A., M.A., L.V.N.) provide healthcare education and perform invasive finger prick tests such as cholesterol testing.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS | Undergraduate students that are enrolled in a BPSHI affiliated university, may join BPSHI through their campus organization chapter. Undergraduate students attend meetings, trainings, clinics, and service events.
COMMUNITY MEMBERS | Community members can help connect their community site with a BPSHI chapter to facilitate clinics or they can serve as clinical volunteers. Connect with a BPSHI chapter near you! Fill out the contact form below.
DON'T HAVE A CHAPTER IN YOUR AREA?
START ONE! Fill out the contact form below or email us at email@example.com requesting more information on how to start a BPSHI chapter near you!
SUPPORT THE INITIATIVE
As always, we thank our communities, our volunteers, and our supporters in helping us promote wellness through free health clinics with preventative screenings and health education.
BPSHI is a non-profit public health organization and we need your help to sustain our efforts.
If it is in your capacity to give, we greatly appreciate all donations of time, knowledge, or funds.