Community Health Initiative - Phoenix (CHIP)

CHIP is a student developed and directed service learning program at UArizona College of Medicine - Phoenix. This initiative is comprised of various opportunities that allow medical students to serve the community through provision of clinical care, education and mentoring. Services focus primarily on medically uninsured and underserved populations.

To learn more about all of our active service learning programs, please visit the CHIP HUB.

Current Programs (Clinical):

Neighborhood Christian Clinic

Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

Sports Medicine

St. Vincent De Paul Clinic

Street Medicine Phoenix

Wesley Clinic

Wesley Refugee Clinic

Current Programs (Educational):

Hands for Henna


Mini-Medical School

New Hope Teen Pregnancy

Physicians Against the Trafficking of Humans

Saturday Scrubs (S.H.O.T.)

Sun Heroes

Wesley Diabetes Class

Current Programs (Community Outreach):

Culinary Medicine

UA Stronger Together

Harm Reduction Alliance

Crisis Textline

AZ Dept. of Health Services

Camp Patrick


Hospice of the Valley

Juntos por La Salud

New Song Center for Grieving Children

Physicians for Human Rights - Asylum Evaluation Clinic

Preventing Social Isolation

Project Roots

Special Olympics

Student-Led Longitudinal Diabetes Intervention