Upcoming CHIP Events





CHIP EVENTS CALENDAR

Date

Time

Event

Description

Contact

August 15th

5:45pm to 9:45pm

Wesley Clinic

MS2-4

Take care of patients at Wesley

Jesus Sandoval and Alex Meilech

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

August 17th

9:30am to 12pm

SHOT - Saturday Scrubs

MS1-4

Saturday Scrubs is a program designed to encourage and inspire Arizona high school students to explore their existing interest in becoming a physician. Each Saturday Scrubs event is intended to introduce participants to a variety of topics related to medicine and the human body. Every session includes lectures and hands-on/interactive activities presented by medical students. 

Hayley Kiernan

hayleyk@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

August 21st

9am to 1pm

Juntos por la Salud - Mobile Health Unit

MS2-4

Students will aid with the following: hypertension screening, diabetes screening (glucose and A1C), cholesterol & triglycerides screening, obesity screening (BMI) along with providing preventive health education.


Alina Martinez

martinez7@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

August 22nd

5:45pm to 9:45pm

Wesley Clinic

MS2-4

Take care of patients at Wesley

Jesus Sandoval and Alex Meilech

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

August 23rd

2pm to 4:30pm

Refugee Women's Health Clinic

MS1-4

We provide a series of classes for women in their third trimester of pregnancy who receive care at RWHC. The goal of these classes is to inform refugee women about RWHC, how to have a healthy pregnancy, delivery process, what to do in emergency situations and general pre-natal/post-partum care. These women are so appreciative of these classes and we would love all the help we can get! Both male and female medical students are welcome to sign-up to teach these classes.

Monica Sadhu

msadhu@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

August 26th

5pm to 7pm

Juntos por la Salud - Mobile Health Unit

MS2-4

Students will aid with the following: hypertension screening, diabetes screening (glucose and A1C), cholesterol & triglycerides screening, obesity screening (BMI) along with providing preventive health education.


Alina Martinez

martinez7@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

August 27th

8:30am to 11am

Juntos por la Salud - Mobile Health Unit

MS2-4

Students will aid with the following: hypertension screening, diabetes screening (glucose and A1C), cholesterol & triglycerides screening, obesity screening (BMI) along with providing preventive health education.


Alina Martinez

martinez7@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

August 27th

3:30pm to 6:30pm

New Hope Teen Pregnancy

MS1-4

New Hope is a 4-week teen pregnancy education program offered by the Women's Clinic at Maricopa Integrated Health System where participants will learn about pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting. Each class runs for 2h (with 1h added for setup/cleanup) and is taught by 1-2 medical students. Training is required prior to teaching.

Amanda Tjitro

amandatjitro@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

August 27th

5:45pm to 9:45pm

Wesley Clinic

MS2-4

Take care of patients at Wesley

Jesus Sandoval and Alex Meilech

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

August 29th

5:45pm to 9:45pm

Wesley Clinic

MS2-4

Take care of patients at Wesley

Jesus Sandoval and Alex Meilech

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

August 31st

9am to 1pm

Juntos por la Salud - Mobile Health Unit

MS2-4

Students will aid with the following: hypertension screening, diabetes screening (glucose and A1C), cholesterol & triglycerides screening, obesity screening (BMI) along with providing preventive health education.


Alina Martinez

martinez7@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

August 31st

9am to 12pm

Harm Reduction Alliance Orientation

MS1-4

Please join us for an orientation/training to participate in our CHIP program! The Harm Reduction Alliance is a new CHIP program aimed at teaching members of the community about preventing, as well as recognizing and responding to opioid overdose. We will be hosting this training for anyone who is interested in learning more about Naloxone and harm reduction. This training enables students to work with our community partners such as St. Vincent de Paul and Wesley clinic where they will have the opportunity to engage with and teach members of the community about harm reduction strategies and how to reverse opioid overdose. We hope to see you there! 

Mary Beth Putz

Michelle Peterson

mbputz@email.arizona.edu

michellepeterson@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

September 3rd

3:30pm to 6:30pm

New Hope Teen Pregnancy

MS1-4

New Hope is a 4-week teen pregnancy education program offered by the Women's Clinic at Maricopa Integrated Health System where participants will learn about pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting. Each class runs for 2h (with 1h added for setup/cleanup) and is taught by 1-2 medical students. Training is required prior to teaching.

Amanda Tjitro

amandatjitro@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

September 3rd

5pm to 5:30pm

Wesley Clinic Orientation

MS1-4

MANDATORY orientation for new volunteers to take care of patients at Wesley!

Alex Meilech and Jesus Sandoval 

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

September 5th

5pm to 5:30pm

Wesley Clinic Orientation

MS1-4

MANDATORY orientation for new volunteers to take care of patients at Wesley!

Alex Meilech and Jesus Sandoval 

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

September 5th

5:45pm to 9:45pm

Wesley Clinic

MS2-4

Take care of patients at Wesley

Alex Meilech and Jesus Sandoval 

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

September 6th

5pm to 7pm

Night at the Children's Museum

MS1-4

Have a fun Friday afternoon with our community at Night at the Children’s Museum. The Children's Museum of Phoenix opens its doors to the community, giving children the opportunity to explore STEM. Join us for fun activities, including visual impairment goggles, pin the organs on the person, and listening to heart sounds. The event begins at 5:00PM but please arrive 15 minutes early for set up.


Location: 215 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85034

Janell Tully

Vidhi Bhargava

janelltully@email.arizona.edu vbhargava@email.arizona.edu

Program Website 

September 10th

3:30pm to 6:30pm

New Hope Teen Pregnancy

MS1-4

New Hope is a 4-week teen pregnancy education program offered by the Women's Clinic at Maricopa Integrated Health System where participants will learn about pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting. Each class runs for 2h (with 1h added for setup/cleanup) and is taught by 1-2 medical students. Training is required prior to teaching.

Amanda Tjitro

amandatjitro@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

September 12th

5:45pm to 9:45pm

Wesley Clinic

MS2-4

Take care of patients at Wesley

Alex Meilech and Jesus Sandoval 

uacompwesley@gmail.com

Program Website

Recurring Events

Crews N' Healthmobile

MS2-4

Assist the on-board medical team from Phoenix Children’s Hospital in delivering care to homeless youth. Many different shift dates and times are available!

Joseph Neely

JNeely16@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

Hospice of the Valley

MS2-4

A continuous activity and as long as you have gone through orientation (stay tuned for Fall Orientation date) feel free to schedule times (anywhere from 2-4 hours) and then fill out the google sheet to record your hours. If you need to schedule your shadow shift, please contact Dara or Julie.

P.S. There is a particular need for Weekday afternoons from 3-5 pm and nights from 6-8pm for both locations and a current greater need for Gardiner Home.

Dara Farhadi & Julie Tran

darafarhadi@email.arizona.edu

 julietran@email.arizona.edu

Program Website

Neighborhood Christian Clinic

MS2-4

The Neighborhood Christian Clinic (TNCC) is a non-profit private clinic that serves an urban underserved population in downtown Phoenix. Medical students gain clinical experience by assisting with rooming patients, medication refills, and other procedures alongside attending physicians. Students must attend a brief tour and fill out an application prior to volunteering, after which they may schedule their shifts as desired.

Conner Clay & Maryssa Spires

cmaryssaspires@email.arizona.edu


 cjclay@email.arizona.edu


Program Website