Medical and Non-Medical Volunteering

We always have a need for dedicated, passionate, skilled volunteers interested in both medical and non-medical roles. If you are interested in helping with our clinic, whether you are a medical provider or not, contact Josh Rozovsky, our Medical Services coordinator. You will also need to fill out our volunteer application form.

Not a Medical Provider? We Still Need You!

If you are not a Connecticut-licensed medical provider, and are interested in helping in other capacities outside our clinic, we always have a need for dedicated volunteers helping with office administration, technical improvements, graphic design, the board, our food pantry and our many other programs.

Please contact Dan Millett for more information. You will also need to submit an application form with references.

Current Clinic Volunteer Needs

We always have a particular need for advanced providers licensed to practice in Connecticut who are interested in assisting with our STD screening and treatment programs:

  • Licensed Physicians (DO and MD)
  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)
  • Physician Assistant (PA)
  • Registered Nurse (RN)

We also value volunteers with other medical backgrounds including

  • HIV Testers/Counselors
  • Phlebotomists
  • Mental Health and Social Workers including psychologists, LMFT, CFT, and Substance Abuse Counselors
  • EMTs of all levels including EMT-Basic, EMT-Advanced and EMT-Paramedic
  • Other Allied Health professionals
  • Active students of all health professions

Note that ALL volunteers are subject to criminal background checks, license/certification verification, reference checks, and insurance checks at any time at the discretion of HGLHC.

Duties and Time Commitment for Clinic Volunteers

Our clinic volunteers typically volunteer at one-two clinic nights per month – about 4 hours. Plan on arriving shortly before 6pm and leaving between 8:00pm and 9:00pm. We stop accepting new patients after 8:00pm.

Duties for all providers include abiding by the volunteer handbook, maintaining client confidentiality, complying with all State and Federal laws (including HIPAA, FERPA, and HIV confidentiality laws) acting within scope of practice, and maintaining professionalism at all times.