Volunteer Opportunities - we need you!

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People's Health Clinic relies on volunteer medical and support staff. In 2019, doctors and other volunteers donated over 7,500 hours of their time to Clinic patients!
Medical Providers

We welcome providers from a wide variety of clinical specialties.


  • A current license to practice in UT (if you are retired volunteer licenses are available through DOPL)

  • Approval from our Clinic Coordinator

  • No pending or current malpractice cases

Good News! Medical providers who care for patients at the People’s Health Clinic are covered for medical malpractice by Utah State law.  Read more about the “Health Care Providers Immunity from Liability Act” here.

Medical Support 

We also need volunteers in the following areas:

  • Vital sign intake

  • Phlebotomy - must be state certified

  • Spanish/English interpretation

  • Medical record management

  • Quality control metrics

  • Community Outreach

  • Clerical projects

Event Volunteers

Interested in volunteering at People's Health Clinic events? We have plenty to keep you busy. Some activities include setting up, checking in and directing guests, decorating and more. Contact Laura Kappus at 435-333-1876 for volunteer opportunities.  

Hear from our Volunteers

“It’s very satisfying to be part of such an incredible clinic. I feel fortunate to be able to contribute to our community at the Clinic.”


~ Elizabeth Jacobsen, Vital Sign Intake

"I LOVE volunteering at People’s Health Clinic! The clinic is well organized and the exam rooms are well stocked and very spacious. Patients are appreciative of the care we provide. I enjoy the continuity of seeing my pediatric patients for follow-up visits and have established relationships with many families and teens. It’s also great to have the Summit County Health Department in the same building; they take care of immunizations. Keep your medical skills up while providing much needed care with a schedule of your own choosing."

~ Shireen Mooers, MD

Volunteer Medical Providers

Mairi Leining, MD
Medical Director

New providers are always welcome!


Let us answer some other questions you may have:


Q: When do you need me?

A: We are open Monday through Friday, starting at 9:00 am and closed most days at 5:00 pm.
    On Tuesdays we are open until 7 pm. You can make your own hours.
    The Clinic is closed from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. each day for lunch.


Q: How do I sign up?

A: Contact Dalia Gonzalez at dailia@phcpc.org or 435.333.1850


Q : How many patients will I see?

A:  We generally schedule patients every 30 minutes, but will adjust according to your needs.


Q: What are the qualifications?


  • Current Utah licensure as a health care provider in your field.

  • Desire to serve low-income and underserved populations.

  • Aptitude to work well with our fun and engaging staff, volunteers and the community.


Q: Do I need malpractice insurance?

A: No, you are covered by the Utah Provider Immunity Act - you can read more about that here.

Q: Is there a required time commitment?

A: There is not. Whatever time you can commit to caring for patients at People’s Health Clinic would be                     great.


Q: When can I start?!

A: Please email or call Clinical Services Director Rachelle Flinn, PA-C 435-333-1850 rachelle@phcpc.org–or Clinic        Coordinator Dalia Gonzalez at dalia@phcpc.org

Rachelle Flinn, PA-C
Clinical Services Manager