Want to volunteer for Health Partnership Clinic?

We have a list of non-clinical volunteer opportunities available that will meet your needs and schedule.

Volunteer for a Community Health Fair or Event

Having a presence at health events lets people know we are in their community. We have many more event opportunities than we can attend. Be an ambassador and promote HPC!

Help at the Office

HPC welcomes office volunteers with skills in data entry, organization, graphic design, writing/editing, mailings and much more to help promote and fundraise the clinic.

Pitch in at an Event

A virtual army of volunteers is needed to make our annual fundraising luncheon event truly special and memorable. Whether you register and welcome guests or help set up the event, your one day of service can help make a huge difference.

Join a Committee

Most of our “behind the scenes” work is accomplished by individuals who can commit additional time and resources to organize fundraising events. We need leaders to chair committees for areas such as sponsorship, logistics and planning. We also form committees that work in special areas of Marketing, Communications and Development.

Get your Company Involved

As a small business owner or professional, your skills and products can make a huge impact on Health Partnership’s mission. You can make a gift of your printing or design services, contribute your photography skills, use your public relations firm to help get press for an event, or donate your services to help improve patient care or impact our patients and their families.  The list is endless!

Non-Credit Student Internships (non-clinical)

If you’re a student who wants to intern at HPC but doesn’t require academic credit for doing so, we can accommodate you!

If you would like to volunteer, or learn more, contact Catherine Rice at 913-730-3680, or complete the Volunteer Form.

For medical internship and shadowing opportunities, please contact:

Chris James

Executive Assistant

913-730-3661

Currently, we are not able to accept medical volunteers.