Learn about Volunteer Opportunities
Join more than 600 volunteer specialty care physicians and other healthcare providers in leading the efforts towards changing lives. We seek individuals with a shared vision of improved community health.
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
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Your Support Makes the Difference
As a volunteer healthcare provider, your role within the Champions for Health network is vital to our vision, goals and success. Without your volunteer services and expertise, we would not be able to achieve our vision of improving health and changing lives of those currently without access to care.
Contact Andrew Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator, for more information about any of the opportunities below.
Spend some one-on-one time with a UC San Diego School of Medicine student by providing shadowing or mentoring over a cup of coffee. Participate on the Medical Student Scholarship Committee. Or let us know how you would like to help.
Do you belong to a networking group, organization or faith-based institution that would be interested in sponsoring an event or learning more about healthcare issues? Get in touch to discuss your ideas! We can provide speakers on a number of healthcare topics to your group.
Are you an administrative whiz or marketing savvy? Lend a hand at our office!
Provide pro bono specialty medical services in your office through Project Access San Diego. We make it easy for your and your office team to provide much needed medical care to uninsured, low income adults in our community. For more information, contact Andrew Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator.
Provide specialist-to-primary care physician consultations through eConsultSD. You set your hours and login on your time to provide your consultation to primary-care physicians in-need. For more information, read the information sheet for specialists or the information sheet for primary care providers. To sign up to either submit or answer eConsults, contact Andrew Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator.
Help improve our health literacy program, aiming to improve the community’s health knowledge and understanding.