WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING VOLUNTEERS AT THIS TIME.
Our volunteer pool is representative of the population we serve, including members of many faiths, as well as beginning healthcare providers to tenured physicians and dentists.
More often than not, we receive more offers to volunteer than we can accommodate. Preference is given to those who are willing to volunteer at the clinic location where we may have the greatest need. NOTE: At this time, we do not have volunteer openings on Saturdays with the exception of fluent bilingual English and Spanish speaking MAs and Interpreters.
Regarding volunteers who are matriculating students completing a clinical rotation at Good Sam Gwinnett, those opportunities are in high demand and often schedule more than six months in advance.
All volunteers must complete and submit the Volunteer Form found below. You may send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Primary Care and Specialty Physician: Provide medical care to uninsured patients.
Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant: Provide direct primary care services under the indirect supervision of physicians. Must have experience working in a primary care setting.
Medical Assistant: Assist providers with patient care and provide information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from Good Samaritan Gwinnett services.
Dentist: Provide routine dental care (exam, evaluation, fillings, extractions).
Dental Hygienist: Provide routine oral care under the supervision of a volunteer dentist.
Dental Assistant: Provide technical assistance to volunteer dentists and hygienists providing care to underserved populations.
Supporting Role Volunteers
Translator/Interpreter: Translate patient documents and interpret for patients on the phone and in the office. Especially need Spanish interpreters.
428 Individuals Volunteered With Us in 2016
“I have been a volunteer four years now, providing affordable solutions for the healthcare needs of our underserved communities. I enjoy working with a great team of dedicated employees and volunteers.”
— Darrell N., PA