Undergraduate Volunteer Requirements
A three-quarter commitment, each involving:
- 2 mandatory Clinic Saturdays.
- 2 community service (Outreach) events.
- 1 fundraising event.
- Class attendance and participation (1 quarter leave may be taken upon fulfillment of the three quarter commitment)
- Attendance of weekly meetings, held once a week for one hour. (Mondays, 6:00-7:00 PM)
Health Clearance Requirements
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
- two lifetime doses (or blood test)
- Varicella (Chickenpox Vaccine)
- one lifetime dose (or blood test)
- TB (Quantiferon or PPD Skin Test, Two Step)
- Flu Shot (Fluvirin)
- HIPAA Certification: Complete the training and screenshot the certificate at the end.
- http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/compliance/Quiz/PrivacySecurity/player.html - COMPLETE YEARLY
The Role of Undergraduates in Imani Clinic
Imani Clinic prides itself as being one of the few bona fide student-run clinics in the nation. Undergraduates form the working backbone of Imani and have much to gain from volunteering. In addition to being a worthwhile hands-on clinical experience for students interested in the healthcare field, Imani Clinic is an invaluable opportunity for undergraduates to directly participate in the delivery of episodic primary care to the underserved and multicultural population of Oak Park.
Healing begins with faith
On any given Saturday when Imani is open, undergraduates have the opportunity to do one of the following positions:
- Monitor: supervises all clinic operations, including patient flow.
- Translator: the majority of patients seen at Imani are Spanish speaking only and require translating.
- Intake: responsible for recording patient vitals, current medications, and chief complaints
- Lab Technician: conducts urine analyses, pregnancy tests, glucose checks; and prepares specimens for further study.
- Reception: checks patients in and creates charts.
- Floater: provides extra help wherever it is needed.
- Outreach: in the neighboring Oak Park community.
Upon satisfaction of the requirements, 1.0 - 2.0 workload units will be given. Transcript notation is optional.