If you’re a Community Member
Share the gift of your talents and time as a Project Access NOW Community Volunteer and make a positive difference in the lives of our clients and the health of our community. Whether helping out at our events, assisting our staff in the office, or serving on one of our volunteer committees, our volunteers are critical to the success of our work.
Read what our Community Volunteers have to say about their work:
“I liked volunteering with the medical assistance program…It was amazing to see how many steps there were for patients to get free medications.” —Vicki
“It’s such rewarding work because you get to tell people they have a doctor’s appointment. They’re thrilled because usually it’s a journey for them to get there.” —Janet
“It’s a very worthwhile organization. A big part of volunteering is also meeting people. Everyone who works here is fantastic and their work is inspiring.” —Kathi
Contact us today to learn more about becoming a Community Volunteer.
If you’re a Healthcare Provider
Volunteering with Project Access allows you to donate care to the uninsured in a way that is organized, equitable and safe. We will quantify and coordinate the donated care you may already be providing, enabling you to focus on treating patients, regardless of their coverage status or income. We take care of all the details so you can focus on healing.
When you serve as a Volunteer Healthcare Provider for Project Access NOW, the patients we connect you with will have access to medications, hospitalizations, lab testing, diagnostic imaging, and other ancillary services. The Project Access system allows you to order tests, schedule hospitalizations, and care for your uninsured and low-income patients in a manner very similar to that of your traditional patients, without extraordinary measures.
Who can volunteer?
Health care practitioners in the Portland / Vancouver metropolitan area, including:
- Medical Doctors
- Physician Assistants
- Nurse Practitioners
- Health Systems
- Imaging Service Providers
- Ancillary support including Medical Transportation and Translators.
“Project Access NOW allows me to do what I trained to do: Take care of patients. Together, we’re helping fellow Oregonians in a caring and efficient manner. Many patients need help today, and Project Access NOW is providing it.” – Katherine Morris, M.D.
Contact us today to learn more about becoming a Volunteer Healthcare Provider.