Volunteer

Volunteer Guidelines

Volunteers are essential for the Community Health Clinic to provide quality healthcare services to patients. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please see the Volunteer Opportunities page to view our available volunteer positions and complete an application.


All volunteers must: be at least 18 years of age and out of high school, submit a Volunteer application and submit to a criminal background check.

FAQ's

We Always need

Office assistants work with a team leader to prepare charts, answer the phone, filing and many more tasks necessary for a medical clinic.


Translators are the key to communication for many of our patients. Without you many of our patients cannot receive the care they need.


Nurses serve both the patients and the provider, being the first medical person seen by the patient and relaying important information to the provider.


Student Nurses are welcome and serve in a similar role as  nurse, under the guidance of a nurse.


Providers can be medical doctors, nurse practitioners or physician assistants. All work with a team of volunteers to give the best quality care possible for our patients.


Fundraising and events coordinator.

Volunteer Positions needed now

Volunteer Physicians, Specialists

Looking for medical professionals to donate time at our clinic to help low-income uninsured families in Collin County.


For more information about our clinical volunteer positions, please  contact Jackie at jackie@chc-mckinney.com or Jeniffer at jeniffer@chc-mckinney.com or you may call the clinic at 972-547-0606.

Non-Clinical Volunteer Opportunities

We are currently accepting non-clinical applications for:

Volunteer Spanish Translators

For our day clinics 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM and our Wednesday evening clinic 

5:00 PM–9 PM

Volunteer Fundraiser and Event Coordinator

We are looking for a volunteer who can coordinate and plan fundraising events. The ideal candidate should have 1- 3 years of experience  planning, managing, and implementing fundraising events for non-profit organizations. Should have experience with large and small fundraising  events and be a go-getter who is comfortable search and develop relationships with donors and sponsors.

Office Assistant

SUMMARY OF THE POSITION: 

The Office Assistant will support the Executive Director and other staff, primarily via tasks involving paperwork, scheduling, patient intake, data entry and handling telephone calls/messages and other tasks as assigned.


REPORTS TO:  Executive Director


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Create a friendly, comfortable setting in which the patient can feel supported and cared for while waiting to be seen by the clinic’s medical staff.
  • Assemble charts (paper or EHR) for new and follow up patients and file charts at the end of shift.
  • Input data information in the computer as needed.
  • Obtain changes of demographic information as needed.
  • Answer telephone calls.
  • Check-in patients.
  • Triage, register and schedule new patient appointments; renew current patient applications.
  • Make sure messages for the Community Health Clinic staff are handled, called or emailed to the volunteer or ED.
  • Collate patient lab results for NP or MD review.
  • Provide assistance as needed or directed to the clinic’s clients by scheduling appointments with specialists and making patient reminder calls.
  • Work on fundraising events and special projects.


QUALIFICATIONS:   

  • Demonstrates effective communication and interpersonal skills in person and over the telephone.
  • Has proficiency in computer programs/typing skills. Microsoft Office a must.
  • Understands how to ask for help when situations or problems present which are beyond their ability or knowledge. 
  • Exhibits a willingness to learn new skills.
  • Research skills and grant writing experience a plus.
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish) preferred
  • Be available to work Monday-Friday, some evenings and weekends may be required but very little.  


Please email resume to Jackie@chc-mckinney.com or fax to attention of Jackie at 972-547-0851



If you are interested in becoming a CHC Non-Clinical staff volunteer, please complete the volunteer application by following the link below.

Apply here

Collin College Student Nurse Volunteer Opportunities

Collin College nursing students, who have completed their first  semester, may volunteer at CHC as a medical assistant. If you are a Collin College nursing student, please complete the application by  following the application link below.  


All student nurses must also complete the CHC Volunteer Agreement and  the Student Nurse Orientation forms. Please return the completed forms  by email to jeniffer@chc-mckinney.com and you will be contacted with a  link to our online schedule.

Apply here

FAQ's

Can I shadow a doctor or nurse practitioner?

Due to a lack of space and patient privacy issues, we do not typically accept requests to shadow our providers.


Will I be able to participate in direct patient care?

Due to liability purposes, we do not allow volunteers without medical training and credentialing to participate in direct patient care.


Are there any volunteer openings right now?

Yes, We are always looking for new volunteers. Our openings vary based on the needs of the clinic and skills of the volunteer. Please download and complete the Volunteer Application, which is linked below, and return to our Volunteer Coordinator via email at Jeniffer@chc-mckinney.com