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Volunteer Healthcare Clinic

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Health & Medicine
  • Immigrants & Refugees


4215 Medical ParkwayAustin, TX 78756 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The Volunteer Healthcare Clinic provides free, high quality healthcare to some of Austin's most vulnerable residents.


In 1966, a dedicated group quietly began finding healthcare for people who had no access to medical services. Many of Austin's working poor such as manual laborers must choose between food for their families and medical care. The Volunteer Healthcare Clinic, formerly known as Caritas Clinic, provides high quality healthcare for this uninsured population. With a small staff, our clinic is operated almost entirely by volunteer doctors, nurses, interpreters and office aides. Our volunteers range from young adults to retired medical professionals sharing their time and talent with some of Austin's most vulnerable residents.


Would you recommend Volunteer Healthcare Clinic?
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by Thorsten V. from TX (December 26, 2018)
Wonderful, kind people to work with, and such an important mission. There is such a huge gap in the healthcare system for low income people, and this clinic goes such a long way towards plugging that gap.

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