At Pacific Free Clinic, we are committed to providing medical care to the underserved and uninsured. Our patients come from throughout the community. Many of them, despite holding two jobs or having a two-income household, still cannot afford medical insurance.
Recently, we have been seeing an increase in individuals who were recently laid off and are seeking PFC’s help for their urgent medical needs while they are in transition. As a PFC physician volunteer, you can do a lot of good! You are poised to help individuals and by extension their families, people who need help the most.
But your influence does not end with taking care of your patient’s needs. Since we are a student-run free clinic, you will be working with students who are invested in and are preparing for the medical profession, including undergraduates, physician assistant students and medical students. As a PFC physician volunteer, you have the opportunity to educate, influence, and instill something of value to the next generation of medical providers.
Most physicians started their journey into medicine with dreams of making a difference. At Pacific Free Clinic, we believe every patient we see is another opportunity to make an impact in someone’s life. We hope you will join us.
Requirements to be a physician volunteer:
You must be credentialed at one of the following hospitals/clinic systems and complete the short form AT THIS LINK for verification.
- Stanford Hospital and Clinics
- Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
- Palo Alto VA
- Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
- Kaiser Santa Clara
- Menlo Clinic
- Palo Alto Medical Foundation
- Regional Medical Center of San Jose
- Good Samaritan Hospital
- San Mateo Medical Center
- O'Connor Hospital
For questions, please contact Dr. Baldeep Singh (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thank you for your interest in Pacific Free Clinic!