Physician Volunteers Needed to Improve Access to Healthcare to Underserved Via Telehealth Technology
WhenIt's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.
WhereThis is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
The MAVEN (Medical Alumni Volunteer Expert Network) Project mission is to improve access to quality healthcare to underserved populations by linking our corps of expert volunteer physicians to clinics and organizations in need. There is a particular need for the following specialties: dermatology, endocrinology, nephrology, neurology and psychiatry.
Fresh off the press is The MAVEN Project’s new Prospective Physician Volunteer Brochure https://www.flipsnack.com/MAVENproject/the-maven-project-informational-brochure.html
The MAVEN Project has completely overhauled its website to be more engaging and informative. With our new site we are poised for expansion as we begin to build out our technology platform. www.mavenproject.org
Over the decades, we have seen medicine change dramatically. Now with telemedicine, transitioning out of full time practice doesn’t mean doctors have to stop utilizing their skills to care for patients.
By creating a corps of experienced volunteer physicians (either MDs or Dos)equipped with cutting edge telehealth technology to enable remote consultations, education, and mentoring, The MAVEN Project is providing top notch specialty services to underserved patients seeking care at rural and inner city community clinics. The MAVEN team handles onboarding and provides malpractice coverage, making the experience 'plug and play’ for volunteers. Volunteers can participate at the pace and level they desire, whether it be 'lunch and learn’ sessions for clinic staff in areas of your expertise, mentoring clinic staff, or patient care taking as little as 4 hours/month.
The MAVEN Project is a President’s Volunteer Service Award Certifying Organization. Our volunteers are recognized with this award at 100 hours of volunteer service.
- Mental Health
- Patient Care
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 30
- Orientation or Training
- Minimum of 4 hours per month for 6 months
- Medical training at U.S. (MD or DO) accredited institutions; active medical license; board certified