Neighborhood Christian Clinic

 
About TNCC:
The Neighborhood Christian Clinic (TNCC) is a privately funded medical and dental clinic for uninsured and underserved communities in Phoenix. The clinic also supplies and dispenses all its medication in-house. There are several doctors and nurses on staff, but volunteers make up a large part of the workforce. The clinic sees patients from a variety of backgrounds, and anyone, regardless of religious background is invited to volunteer!



Volunteer Roles: 
Volunteers can serve as translators, nursing assistants, or work in the medication room. Volunteers self schedule their shifts so volunteering can be adapted to fit most schedules. 

Nursing
Nursing assistants are in charge of rooming patients, getting a limited history, doing some point-of-care testing (A1c, blood glucose, urinalysis, UPT, etc.), and putting in orders for referrals and labs.
Volunteers work alongside Bertha or Gio, both nurses at TNCC.

Translator
Volunteers work with a provider to translate the visit. The majority of the clinic's patients are Spanish-speaking. 
Volunteers often work with Dr. Wong or a volunteer provider.

Medication Room
Volunteers are responsible for filling prescriptions and documenting what medications are dispensed. 



Volunteer Shifts:
Monday shifts      8:30 – noon     12:30 – 5 pm     6 – 9 pm
Tuesday shifts     8:30 – noon     12:30 – 5 pm
Thursday shifts    8:30 – noon     12:30 – 5 pm     6 – 9 pm
Friday shifts         8:30 – noon     12:30 – 5 pm



Ready to get Started?
In order to volunteer, you will need to fill out an application, attend a brief 1 hour orientation, and then be trained for each volunteer role you would like to assume. 

Further questions? 
Reach out to CHIP leaders: 

Conner Clay, Class of 2022
cjclay@email.arizona.edu 

or 

C. Maryssa Spires, Class of 2022
cmaryssaspires@email.arizona.edu 


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