Volunteer

CCCHC has many volunteer opportunities, both medical and non-medical. You may look through the opportunities below and hover over them to learn more. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at CCCHC, please read through the Volunteer Handbook and fill out the application. The links to the handbook and application are shown below. 

Volunteer Job Descriptions

Non Medical

Hospitality


Three volunteers per clinic who work in a team to ensure that clients are welcomed to the clinic and guided through each of the stations efficiently. Greeter will check-in patients, assist new clients in filling out intake forms, and prepare charts for new clients. Client Flow will escort clients to each station of the clinic (triage, social work, provider, and discharge). Hospitality Back-up will assist both the greeter and client flow. All three should help make clients feel welcomed, relaxed and comfortable, including light conversation with patient and family.




Spiritual Care


Discuss spiritual needs of patient and ask their permission to pray with them Seek permission from patient to communicate any needs to the provider that may affect health outcomes




Food


Provides volunteers with food on clinic nights Arrive 15 minutes before clinic begins to set up food




Interpreters


Identify yourself as an interpreter and explain your language skill level to client Assist patient in filling out intake forms (some forms will be available in Spanish) Accompany clients as they progress through the clinic stations, providing interpretation between client and provider as needed




Social Work


Requires LCSW status or MSW degree in progress, willing to work with LCSW Speak with client about various social services




Mental Health


Must be licensed to counsel patients related to mental health issues. Required to hold any one of these licenses: Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor / Licensed Clinical Social Worker / Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. certification/licenses, LCPC, LCSW, LMFT.





Medical

Triage


Requires RN, LPN, CNA, EMT or MOA designation, some nursing or medical school students eligible as well Record history, blood pressure, height/weight measurements on medical chart




Provider


Requires MD, APN, or PA status Provide quality primary or specialty care for patients




Nurse


Requires RN background Reviews medication and/or treatments prescribed by provider with client Answers client’s questions regarding medication/treatment, ensuring the client’s understanding of their role in the treatment process Initiates client education as indicated Provides client with outside resources to improve health outcomes Records all interactions with client concerning their care in medical chart




Labs


Requires phlebotomy license Performs lab tests ordered by providers





Our mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ to our neighbors in Champaign County by providing holistic, free, and quality health care services.

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