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Baptist Mission Center

2125 Exchange Ave OKC, OK 73108
(405) 235-6162

Volunteer Clinic Times:
1st Tuesday 5:30 p.m.-9 p.m.
2nd and 4th Wednesday 8 a.m.-noon
(Occasional variations in dates)

Website Link:
http://www.cbaokc.net/baptist_mission_center

Student Liaison Information
Virginia Busby, MS2 | virginia-busby@ouhsc.edu
Rachel Davis, MS3 | rachel-davis@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
White coat is not required.  Scrubs are preferred. Please also bring your stethoscope and a pen.  If you do not have scrubs, you may also wear business casual (slacks and a nice top are appropriate). 

Clinic Description:
The BMC is a free clinic where patients are seen mostly for primary care needs. This clinic opportunity offers mostly shadowing, and is most likely best-suited to MS1s and MS2s, although any years are welcome!

How to Sign Up:
We will send out an email at the beginning of the year to collect a list of names of those who are interested in receiving the monthly sign-ups.  After that, only those who responded to the email will receive the monthly emails unless you contact one of the student liaisons to get your name added to the list.

Cross and Crown Mission

1008 N. McKinley Ave. OKC, OK, 73106
405-664-3492

Volunteer Clinic Times:
The clinic is open on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. This varies week by week depending upon doctor availability and whether the mission is closed for a variety of reasons. The best resource for each month’s clinics are the monthly email the liaison sends out.

Website Link:
www.crossandcrownclinic.com 

Student Liaison Information
Allison Harmon, MS2 | allison-harmon@ouhsc.edu 
Adam Cordum, MS4 | adam-cordum@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
Casual presentable (Jeans and a casual shirt is fine. Scrubs are also fine). You do not need to wear your white coat. 

Clinic Description:
We are a family medicine focused clinic that serves a predominantly hispanic population and an entirely uninsured population. A majority of our patients have diabetes and at least one other comorbidities. The clinic offers joint injections and other minor in-clinic procedures and has referral services for gynecology care, ophthalmology, and imaging purposes. 

How to Sign Up:
A mass email with the sign up list will be sent a few days before the first of each month. Students will be notified at least 48-72 hours before the first signup whether they obtained a spot.

 

Crossing's Community Clinic

10255 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, OKC, OK 73120
Front Desk Phone Number: 405-749-0800

Volunteer Clinic Times: 
Monday Through Friday 8:30 am-5 pm; Morning Shift 8:30-12 pm, Afternoon Shift 1:30-5 pm

Website Link: 
https://crossings.church/clinic/

Student Liaison Information
Clark Higganbotham, MS3 | clark-higganbotham@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
Business casual or scrubs are fine; you do not need to wear a white coat nor a tie. Please cover up most tattoos using your best judgement. Leave the flashy jewelry at home. No tank tops, no leggings, no flip flops, no shorts. They have extra stethoscopes but you may bring your own if you would like.

Clinic Description:
Crossing’s Clinic is a Christ-centered ministry of Crossings Community Church. The Clinic’s mission is to humbly proclaim the message of Jesus Christ by serving the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of uninsured adults. The Clinic is an amazing place to volunteer and grow, both in one’s medical knowledge and in one’s Christian faith. The facilities are very nice and include several exam rooms and an on-site lab.  The offered scope of services includes medical, eye, dental, behavioral health, prescription assistance (through a partnership with RX Oklahoma) and education. The clinic’s volunteer physicians specialize in a variety of fields including family medicine, women’s health, cardiology, emergency medicine, neurosurgery, and pain management. Provider volunteers and staff consider clinic assistant volunteers as a vital part of the team.  Patients are seen free of charge and on an appointment basis.

How to Sign Up: 
Email the clinic liaison for information on how to sign up.

 

Good Shepherd Clinic

222 NW 12th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Romeo, RN (405) 232-8631 ext 108

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 5:00 - 8:30 PM 

Website Link:
http://goodshepherdokc.org/

Student Liaison Information
Lily Nguyen, MS3 | lily-nguyen@ouhsc.edu 
Carlie Pearson, MS4 | carlie-pearson@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
Scrubs, no white coat required. Bring your volunteer number, stethoscope, laptop, and a helpful attitude. First time volunteers must arrive at 4:30 PM for a short training session on the day of their volunteering. Volunteers are expected to triage patients, including vital signs and chief complaint. Students will work closely with pre-medical and PA students, and may also have the option of taking a history and physical and performing minor procedures under physician supervision.  

Clinic Description:
Serving OKC’s uninsured population in general primary care, as well as Dermatology, Ob/Gyn, Dental, and free prescriptions. 

How to Sign Up:
We will send out an email at the beginning of the year to collect a list of names of those who are interested in receiving the monthly sign-ups.  After that, only those who responded to the email will receive the monthly emails unless you contact one of the student liaisons to get your name added to the list.

Healing Hearts Health Clinic

Inactive.

King's Klinic

921 W Britton Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73114
405-848-4005

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Mondays & Tuesdays (2 weeks/month, slight variability on which weeks) 
2:30pm - 6:00pm

Website Link:
http://www.kingsklinic.com

Student Liaison Information
Zak Anderson, MS3 | Zachary-Anderson@ouhsc.edu 
Thomas Owens, MS4 | Thomas-Owens@ouhsc.edu 

Dress Code:
Standard clinic attire is most appropriate (business casual or scrubs; closed-toed shoes; esp. white coat & stethoscope if seeing patients directly). Within reason, it’s probably okay if a volunteer is a bit underdressed, but clinic administrators reserve the right to ask that person to refrain from interacting with patients (instead filling Rx, helping with pill-counting, etc.).

Clinic Descriptions:
We serve a wide variety of patient populations. Located in NW OKC, King’s Klinic has a variety of regular physicians with extensive backgrounds (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Pediatrics, Sports-Med/Orthopedics), and they love to teach. Dental is also offered on the first Tuesday of each month. 

As a volunteer, there are several potential ways to help depending on level and degree of comfortability.
- MS1/MS2s: triage (brief HPI, PMH/PSH), medication refills, shadow & learn from physicians
- MS2/MS3/MS4s: those listed above +/- seeing patients (extended H&P, your A&P) and giving stress-free presentations to a physician

How to Sign Up: 
A mass email with the sign up list will be sent a few days before the first of each month. 

Lighthouse Medical Clinic

2801 S. Robinson, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
405-602-6371 (Note: this number is typically only answered during clinic hours)

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Tuesday 8-11:30 am, 4-8 pm (General Clinic)
5th Tuesday closed
Saturday 8:30-10:30 am (Pediatric Clinic)
Sunday 4-6 pm (General and Wound Clinic)
Women’s Clinic once per month dependent upon physician’s schedule

Website Link:
https://www.lighthousemedicalclinic.org/

Student Liaison Information
Christina Jacobs, MS3 | christina-jacobs@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
Business casual with close-toed shoes (no jeans, t-shirts, leggings, tank tops, flip flops etc.). No white coat.
Matching scrubs are acceptable if you’ve had prior hospital duties or on Saturdays. Bring a pen and a stethoscope.

Clinic Description:
Students will triage patients by taking vital signs, patient/family history, and medication list. Third and 4th year students may interview patients and present to provider. Students may also be needed in the pharmacy to help fill prescriptions. Clinic population is mostly Hispanic. 

How to Sign Up:
A mass email with the sign up list will be sent a few days before the first of each month.

Little Flower Clinic

1125 S Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
(405) 235-7055

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Every Wednesday 4-6 pm
Third Friday each month 4-6 pm (cardiac clinic)

Website Link:
No website

Student Liaison Information
Cassandra Velasco, MS2 | cassandra-velasco@ouhsc.edu
Sylvia Hayes, MS3 | sylvia-hayes@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
The dress code is casual, but dress appropriately for seeing patients. No white coat necessary. Bring a stethoscope.

Clinic Description:
The Little Flower Clinic is located just south of downtown Oklahoma City and serves a focused group of patients. Nearly all of the patients at the clinic are Hispanic, and eighty percent speak Spanish only. The clinic is managed through the Little Flower Church located adjacent to the clinic and serves about 10 patients a week. The greatest need at the clinic is for individuals to take histories of the patients. This allows the doctor to be able to see all of the patients. Limited interpreters are available so volunteers who speak Spanish are requested. Other possible duties include taking vital signs, performing part or all of the physical exam, and dispensing medication. Because the Little Flower Clinic is small, there is a maximum of four volunteer spots available.

How to Sign Up:
We will send out an email at the beginning of the year to collect a list of names of those who are interested in receiving the monthly sign-ups.  After that, only those who responded to the email will receive the monthly emails unless you contact one of the student liaisons to get your name added to the list.

 

Manos Juntas

1320 North Pennsylvania Avenue
OKC,OK 73107
No phone number

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Saturday 8:00 AM - 2 PM

Website Link:
https://www.manosjuntas.net/ 

Student Liaison Information
Robert Gonzalez, MS3 | robert-gonzalez@ouhsc.edu 
Justin Robbins, MS4 | justin-robbins@ouhsc.edu 

Dress Code:
All volunteers are required to buy a clinic shirt for $20. All volunteers must wear this shirt, pants/scrub bottoms, and closed toe shoes. 

Clinic Description:
We see a wide variety of patients that speak English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Volunteers can help with triage, work in the pharmacy, and if you are a third or fourth year medical student you can see patients and check out your plan with one of the physicians. 

How to Sign Up:
All volunteers must email the clinic director Kris on the website. She will tell you what day you can come in for training and then you can attend any Saturday after training (you are not limited on how long you may stay for a shift). 

Mid-Del Community Health Clinic

4748 Bryant Ave., Del City, OK 73135
405-672-0488

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Thurs 6pm-9pm (5:30 for dinner)

Website Link:
No website.

Student Liaison Information:
Sarah Xiao, MS3 | sarah-xiao@ouhsc.edu

PAs: 
Jasmine Turner | Jasmine-Turner@ouhsc.edu 
Ysa Del Rosario | MarielleYsabel-DelRosario@ouhsc.edu 

Dress Code:
Business casual; no white coat required, but bring a stethoscope and pen. (Think pants & blouse/button down.)

Clinic Description:
This clinic serves a primarily English-speaking population and provides mostly primary/chronic care. The providers are a rotating group of doctors and the occasional NP, but most have a relationship with the regular patients. Students will mostly triage, shadow the physician, and can ask to draw blood or give shots (subject to nurses’ approval). Mid-Del really appreciates students who take the initiative – if you want to do more, e.g. do an H&P and report a plan to the physician or the lab stuff, ask them while you’re there!

How to Sign Up:
A mass email with the sign up list will be sent every other month.

Ministries of Jesus

1100 E I-35 Frontage Rd, Edmond, OK 73034
405-340-7400

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Variable each month

Website Link:
http://www.moj.com/

Student Liaison Information
Gina Moon, MS3 | gina-moon@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
Scrubs and tennis shoes for attire.

Clinic Description:
Ministries of Jesus offers various services including a family medicine clinic, an ophthalmology clinic, a pulmonary/respiratory combined with cardiology clinic, and an emergency medicine/acute care clinic.  The patient population includes individuals with no public or private third-party payer coverage who don’t have the financial resources to acquire sufficient health care. Patients of all religious beliefs, ethnicities, and backgrounds are welcome.

How to Sign Up:
A mass email with the sign up list will be sent a few days before the first of each month.

Open Arms Free Clinic

5252 N. Meridian Ave., Suite 101, Oklahoma City, OK  73112
(405) 880-8888

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Monday-Wednesday: 8am – 5pm 
Thursday: 8am – 7pm
Friday: Closed 
Closed for lunch daily: 12pm – 1pm
Volunteer Shifts 8am-12pm, 1pm-5pm and 5pm-7pm on Thursday

Website Link:
https://openarmsokc.org/

Student Liaison Information
John Whitinger, MS4 | john-whitinger@ouhsc.edu 

Dress Code:
Business casual or scrubs. No white coat while in clinic; other events may vary.
Men to wear slacks/khakis with a collared shirt (no tie needed). Women should wear pants/skirts and a nice, modest top. No jeans, shorts, or t-shirts unless specifically stated. Scrubs are another good option for any event.

Clinic Description:
Open Arms serves the low income people of OKC, particularly those in NW OKC. While the clinic does not specifically cater to a Spanish speaking population, they do make up a significant portion of our patients. Services offered are those typically within the scope of a family medicine provider, helping patients manage both acute and chronic conditions. Volunteers are typically expected to help triage the patients, elicit a chief complaint/concern, take vitals, as well as performing point of care tests as needed. After the patient intake, they are free to shadow/assist the provider while they see the patient (the level of involvement is based on the provider and student’s desire).

Thursday nights are typically a resident run clinic with the family medicine residents from Integris Great Plains. Some of these evenings may be split with a specialty clinic such as OBGYN, podiatry, and rheumatology. 

Quarterly, OAC hosts “Super Saturday” which is a women’s health focused event. Students will be able to assist in similar triage duties, some patient education opportunities and some assistance with basic procedures as they and the physician feel comfortable (especially pap smears).

How to Sign Up:
Email John (john-whitinger@ouhsc.edu) and ask to apply. He will send you an email with a link to the 10 minute application. You’ll then hear back from the clinic’s volunteer coordinator who will help you get set up and get through the orientation. All other events will have a sign-up sent link sent to the college of medicine the week before.

Shifa Clinic

3840 N St. Claire Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 601-5557

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Saturday 11 A.M. to 3 P.M.
Excluding Holiday weekends

Website Link:
http://shifaclinicokc.org/

Student Liaison Information
Ameel Chaudhary | Ameel-chaudhary@ouhsc.edu
Asher Khan | Asher-khan@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
Shifa Clinic requires that all volunteers wear long pants and closed-toe shoes with good traction. Business casual attire or scrubs is encouraged. This is for your safety. Volunteers with inappropriate attire (sandals, tank tops, etc) will be prohibited from volunteering that shift. Volunteers are also required to wear name tags while on duty at the facility or off-site. In the event you cannot find your name tag or if you lose your name tag, please inform the clinic manager so a new one can be made.

Clinic Description:
Shifa Clinic is a free of cost clinic located in central Oklahoma City. Shifa Clinic believes that high-quality healthcare is the right of all individuals, families, and communities and that such care be provided regardless of socioeconomic or health status. Healthcare is provided to patients between the ages 19 – 64 with no health insurance who have an income level that falls within 250% of the Federal Poverty Level. Volunteers will be taking a basic history and physical and presenting patients to physicians. Volunteers are expected to show up at 10:30 A.M. to help set up and stay until 3:30 P.M. (or until the last patient leaves) to help clean up.

How to Sign Up: 
Shifa Clinic has agreed to reserve 2 volunteer spots every Saturday for Medical Students from the University of Oklahoma. A mass email will be sent every other month to allow students to sign up.

St. Charles-McAuley Clinic

4915 N State St. Warr Acres, OK 73122
405-603-1360

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Every Wednesday from 4-8 pm and one Tuesday per month (TBD)

Website Link:
https://www.stcharlesokc.net/services-provided

Student Liaison Information
Jacob Rogers, MS2 | jacob-rogers@ouhsc.edu
Cruz McCarty, MS2 | cruz-mccarty@ouhsc.edu

Dress Code:
White coat not required. Must wear long pants and closed toe shoes. Please cover your tattoos and refrain from wearing tank tops. 

Clinic Description:
St. Charles Free Clinic serves a very diverse range of ethnicities with our primary patient population being Hispanic (Spanish-speaking volunteers are always appreciated, but it is not required). None of our patients have health insurance of any kind; therefore, all of the patients rely on the clinic for their medical care and prescription medications which are provided at no cost through HAU and donations. The clinic currently has two physicians who primarily follow patients with metabolic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia; they also take care of acute (nonemergent) conditions. 

The primary responsibility of volunteers is triaging patients, taking a very basic history, and shadowing the doctor once all of the patients are triaged. Other responsibilities can be added on as the head nurse and volunteer coordinator see fit. 

How to Sign Up: 
In order to sign up as a volunteer, you must contact one of the liaisons listed above. We do not send out sign up emails due to the application process required to volunteer at the clinic. Once you are accepted to volunteer through the church, you will be added to a group message to sign up for the dates you would like to attend.

Oklahoma Heart Hospital Clinic for the Uninsured

1416 N Key Blvd, Midwest City, OK 73110
405-455-5755

Volunteer Clinic Times:
Varies month to month

Website Link:
https://www.okheart.com/research/medical-clinic-for-the-uninsured 

Student Liaison Information
Katie Sprouse, MS3 | katherine-sprouse@ouhsc.edu 

Dress Code:
Wear either business casual or clean scrubs with or without a white coat. Bring your stethoscope.

Clinic Description:
Volunteering at OHH involves a shadowing experience of cardiologists, pulmonologists, and nephrologists. The clinic also offers various cardiology testing. The population served at OHH consists of patients in the greater OKC area that are either at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level or uninsured and do not qualify for Medicare, Medicaid, or Veterans Benefits.

How to Sign Up:
A mass email with the sign up list will be sent a few days before the first of each month

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