Volunteer Administrative Roles
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is an extraordinary example of what can be accomplished when a group of talented volunteers work together. Thanks to our dedicated health care volunteers, we have provided free primary and specialty care to over 5,000 adults who cannot afford health insurance across the Barrier Islands and beyond.Positions Available
The Free Clinic has numerous health care and administrative volunteer positions open, and we are always open to creating new positions to benefit the needs of our patients. Hours are flexible - and the intangible benefits are the best!
We are seeking the following positions:Volunteer Office Staff- Tasks include answering phones, pulling and filing charts, faxing, copying and being responsive to patient needs. Must care about the needs of the uninsured.
About Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic
3226 Maybank Highway, Building #C, Johns Island, SC 29455, US
To understand and serve the health and wellness needs of the medically underserved who live or work on Johns, James and Wadmalaw Islands, Folly Beach, or who serve the hospitality industry of downtown Charleston.
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic (BIFMC) is a 501 C (3) non profit organization. We provide free primary medical care to eligible, uninsured patients. We treat uninsured adults between the ages of 18-65 who are living at or below 299% of the Federal poverty level who live or work on Johns, Wadmalaw or James Island, Folly Beach, or who serve the downtown Charleston Hospitality Industry.
Based on the Volunteers In Medicine model, BIFMC is an extraordinary example of what can be accomplished when a group of volunteers work together to serve the needs of the community. The Clinic is currenty staffed by 140 volunteer physicians, nurses, and administrative support, treating over 450 patients each month.
3226 Maybank HighwayBuilding #CJohns Island, SC 29455
October 25, 2021
- Office Management
- Administrative Support
- Customer Service
- Data Entry
- Case Work / Management
- 6 month minimum desired