Mobile Medical Clinics
Volunteering at a RAM clinic is not your typical 9 to 5 day at the office. It requires a commitment to hard work, but it is truly an exhilarating and rewarding experience. The days are long, the work is tiring, and yet clinic after clinic our volunteers bounce in with energy and smiles, ready to make a patient’s day better.
In order to make a RAM clinic run smoothly, it takes an army of devoted volunteers with diverse backgrounds and interests to come together for one mission: to prevent pain and alleviate suffering. We truly hope to see you at a clinic as you become part of a team that brings tens of thousands of Americans much-needed care.
Regardless of which area you work in at a clinic, here is a general overview of what your volunteer weekend might look like. →
- A typical clinic day kicks off between 5:10am and 5:40am, and ends anywhere from 4-6pm.
- The final day of the clinic will wrap up between noon and 3pm, followed by a final breakdown of equipment that finishes around 5pm.
- Your food while at the clinic will be provided, so don’t sweat having to prepare breakfast and lunch, we’ve got it covered.
- Every clinic is different, so you will receive more detailed information once you register for a clinic.
Volunteering at Headquarters
Our clinics could not take place without the hard work of our staff at Headquarters in Rockford, TN, just 15 minutes south of Knoxville. From filling out the right paperwork, to loading clinic equipment, restocking supplies, and maintaining vehicles, every task at Headquarters is key to ensuring that we provide free, high-quality clinics across the country year after year.
If you think Headquarters may be a good fit for you, give Jordan DeLong (our Volunteer Coordinator) a call at 865-862-5581, an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop by sometime to see HQ for yourself. We can hardly wait to show you the place.