Join Our Team

Are you someone who wants to help our medically under-resourced, Collin County (Texas) neighbors increase their access to primary healthcare?

Hope Clinic relies on both medical and administrative volunteers to accomplish our mission. We are always looking for dedicated, compassionate volunteers to serve our patients in many areas.

If you have a gift you would like to utilize at Hope Clinic,
we have a place for you!

Skills We Need

  • Doctors

  • Nurses/NPs

  • Physician Assistants

  • Optometrists

  • Optometry Techs

  • Medical Assistants

  • Techs/Scribes

  • Counselors

  • Phlebotomists

  • Patient Advocates

  • Interpreters

  • Front Desk (Spanish-speaker) or Back Office Support

  • Fundraising

  • Photography

  • Videography

  • Social Media

Requirements For All Volunteers

          • Be at least 18 years old and a high school graduate

          • Sign Confidentiality & Liability Forms

          • Provide a valid government photo ID

          • Complete and pass a background check

          • Attend interview & review handbook (online available)

          • Attend 45-Minute “Zoom” Orientation (held 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 7 pm)

          • Provide or Complete HIPAA training and test

          • Provide TB test, X-Ray or signed TB Declination form

Requirements/Qualifications for Medical Volunteers Only (Certain Items Required by Law)
  • Provide Original Diploma or Transcript for Nurses, BLS Card
  • Provide Vital Signs 6 Training (specific volunteers)
  • Provide Current HIPAA Training Certificate within last year – or complete HIPAA Video and Test provided by Hope Clinic
  • Provide Current OSHA Hazcom Certificate within last year – or complete Compliance Publishing Training provided by Hope Clinic through Compliance Publishing email link
  • Provide Current OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens certificate within last year – or complete Compliance Publishing Training provided by Hope Clinic through Compliance Publishing email link
  • Provide CV or Resume

Want to Learn More?  Check Out Our FAQs!

What is the time commitment?

We ask volunteers to try and commit to serve 6 months, at least once monthly, in one of Hope Clinic’s 4-8 hour shifts.   We strive to have volunteers select repeating shifts. We’ve learned that when the same people work the same four to eight-hour shift together, we get incredible results. They build working relationships, improve clinic capacity, and increase overall effectiveness just by getting to know each other. And frankly, they have more fun.

What days of the week and times does the clinic need volunteers?

The clinic is currently open and needing volunteers on Tuesdays (9 am-4 pm); Wednesdays (9:45 am to noon – Front Desk Support only); Thursdays (9 am-5 pm); Fridays (9 am -4 pm); and Saturdays (9:45 am – 3 pm).  We are not open on the 5th Saturday of the month and we are now closed on Mondays.  We also close each weekday for lunch from noon until 1 pm.  We typically offer both morning and afternoon shifts on weekdays, and one shift on Saturdays.

Do I have to speak Spanish?

No, but Spanish-speakers are one of our most valuable resources!  Only our Interpreters are required to be fluent in Spanish.

Do I have to be a Christian?

While Hope Clinic is a faith-based ministry led by Christians, the only volunteer role where we request you to be a follower of Jesus Christ is the one of Patient Advocate.

How long does volunteer training last?

Once you have provided all requested paperwork/documents, completed our 45-minute Orientation and interview with a Team Lead, if an appropriate volunteer position is available, you will be invited to join the team.  This onboarding process can take up to 2 weeks.  Then, we will schedule you in shadow shifts so you can observe a volunteer doing the same work that you will do. Depending on area of service, a shadow shift may be required 2-4 times before a volunteer can go solo.  After this training is complete, we’ll provide you with a link to VSP – our Volunteer App — which allows you to see and schedule upcoming shifts and request swaps.

Are Medical Volunteers protected against malpractice?

Yes!  Hope Clinic of McKinney provides free medical malpractice insurance for all providers, nurses and techs.

Is Hope Clinic a teaching facility where medical volunteers can accumulate training hours?

No, unfortunately we are not equipped to provide training hours.  However, for those medical professionals who need hours to continue holding their licenses, we can offer a much-needed place to serve and receive these credentials.

What are Hope Clinic's most immediate volunteer needs?

At this time, we are really in need of Nurses, Spanish-speaking Interpreters, Patient Advocates and Spanish-Speaking Front Desk Personnel.  We also need more Nurse Practitioners, Medical Assistants, Physician’s Assistants or Doctors that can serve on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays.  And finally, we also need more Licensed Professional Counselors who can volunteer on Wednesdays.

Who oversees the volunteers?

Hope Clinic does have a paid staff that oversee and interact directly with volunteers including a part-time Medical Director/MD, Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Manager, Volunteer Coordinator, and Credentialing Coordinator.  Our full-time staff include the Executive Director of Operations, Executive Director of Development, Director of Patient Services, Medical Assistant and Office Manager.

Do I have to live locally?

Essentially, yes.  Almost all of our volunteer opportunities require in-clinic, in-person roles.  The only exception, at this time, is our ability to work with interpreters who can assist using our tele-health platform.

Get Involved

Now that you’ve learned more about volunteering at Hope Clinic, are you interested in serving with us? 

If yes, then it’s time to complete our Volunteer Interest Form below.

Please know we’re seeking committed volunteers (remember — 18 or over & a high school graduate) who can volunteer for at least six (6) months, one to two times per month in our clinic. This is critical because of the time we invest in training new volunteers. Each role at Hope Clinic is crucial to operations and our goal is to provide the highest quality care to each patient who walks through our doors.

Below are also our current hours of operation here at Hope Clinic.

Medical Clinic Shifts (morning or afternoon shifts available)
Tuesdays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thursdays 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fridays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
1st & 3rd Saturdays 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (Volunteers should arrive by 9:45 am)

Optometry Clinic Shifts (monthly):
3rd Thursday 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

PT/OT Clinic:
2nd Saturday 9:45 am – 2:00 pm
4th Saturday 9:45 am – 2:00 pm

LPC Clinic (wait list for Spanish speaking LPC):
Wednesdays 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

(For those interested in Back Office Support, Photography, Videography, Social Media or Fundraising options, please know that these opportunities are less frequent or for one-time dates.)

Volunteer Application Form