Medical professionals interested in volunteering with the Forsyth Community Clinic have a unique opportunity to make a direct impact and positive difference on the lives of our community’s most at-risk patients by providing hands-on medical care in an environment that fosters personal connection and interaction. The clinic is built upon the foundation that those in the field of medicine in our community have strong hearts for giving and a fervent desire to give back and help those in need.
The clinic is open to treat patients on Saturdays between the hours of 9:00am and 1:00pm. Prior to signing up for a day to work in the clinic, all volunteers are evaluated by the Georgia Department of Public Health Georgia Volunteer Health Care Program. Once this process is complete FCC staff will work with each volunteer to schedule a day to begin their official relationship with the clinic. Volunteers are asked to work a full four-hour shift and we also ask that first time volunteers arrive at least one hour in advance to become familiar with clinic operations and traffic flow.
The role and impact that medical volunteers have on the success of the clinic and the well-being of our patients cannot be overstated and we are fortunate to operate in a community with such a rich, diverse population of caring and engaged medical professionals. We look forward to welcoming you into our family!
Physician ~ Physician’s Assistant ~ Medical Assistant ~ Nurse Practitioner ~ Registered Nurse ~ Pharmacist ~ Mental Health Counselor ~ Pharmacy Interns/Technicians ~ Patient Care Technicians ~ Case Managers ~ Medical Scribe
PHYSICIANS: Rule 360 -15-.01 (3) In meeting the continuing education requirements, the Board will waive one hour CME requirement for physicians for each four hours of documented work by the physician in uncompensated health care services, such as free clinics, up to a maximum of ten CME hours per biennium. In order to receive the waiver, the physician shall submit to the Board documentation of such work at the time of renewal.