Volunteering @ PFC

How You Can Help

You don't have to have an MD to volunteer (although it wouldn't hurt!). We're looking for physicians, medical students, and undergraduates who are interested in an incredible medical and community experience. You must be affiliated with Stanford (as a student or faculty) to volunteer at Pacific Free Clinic. Please note that we are unable to accept Stanford staff members as volunteers. In general, Stanford affiliation is defined as possession of an active full SUNet ID. Individuals with active full SUNet IDs have an active email address ending in @stanford.edu. Visit https://itservices.stanford.edu/service/accounts/sunetids for more information.

 

Becoming a PFC Volunteer

Still want to help make free health care for the underserved a reality? Here are the details to get involved as a volunteer!

Medical and PA Students 
If you are a Stanford medical student volunteering at PFC for the first time, sign up under “Pre-Clinical Volunteer” on the website. The manager for the week that you sign up will contact you with additional training information.
If you are a Stanford PA student, please contact your PFC coordinator regarding shift scheduling and additional training information.

Stanford Undergraduates and Graduate Students
Available positions for Stanford undergraduates, graduate students, and staff at clinic are:

  • Front Desk
  • Interpreter (Vietnamese, Mandarin, Spanish)
  • Referrals
  • Health Education
  • Lab Assistant

 

We have one application cycle each year in fall quarter. Additional information regarding applications, requirements, and training are provided at that time. If you have additional questions, please contact us at cardinalfreeclinics.stanford@gmail.com.