FC3 clinics rely heavily on volunteer support from physicians, dentists, nurses, nurse practitioners, medical assistants and physician assistants, as well as medical student interns, to provide care to those in need. A recent analysis indicates that with enough volunteers, FC3 clinics have the capacity to provide an additional 20,000 clinic visits annually. Click the About FC3 tab for more information on the Free and Community Clinic Collaborative.
Help FC3 reach its goal of providing access to care for the uninsured.
The FC3, a collaboration of 25 free clinics in the metro Milwaukee area, is looking for a social worker (master's degree required) to coordinate social work services among the clinics. This person also acts as a liaison between the clinics and between the clinics and the hospital systems. Supervision of social work students from area universities is also part of the job description.
View testimonials by current volunteers and see why the medical profession is excited to expand this collaborative partnership in providing health care to uninsured and underinsured patients.
Created in partnership with the Medical Society of Milwaukee County (MSMC) and the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership (MHCP), this volunteer recruitment web site is intended to serve as a one-stop shop for those interested in becoming a clinic volunteer.