Clinical Volunteering

There are many outside medical organizations in the Athens area that allow student volunteers. Due to the nature of these programs, groups are not allowed to volunteer, and all volunteers must register independently. For this reason, AMSA cannot provide or facilitate clinical volunteering for our members. However, we can give you these resources! Below, you can find links with information about how to get involved various medical volunteer programs in Athens.

*Note on COVID-19 impacts to volunteering: While most nursing homes and hospices are not currently offering volunteering, Piedmont Hospital and many of the Clinics listed are having in-person volunteering! If in doubt, please reach out to the organizations you are interested in to see if they offer volunteering—you will likely be surprised at how many organizations have opened volunteering back up!

Hospital Volunteering

  • Piedmont Athens Regional
    • No longer accepting Spring 2021 Volunteers. Check in April/May for Summer 2021 and in July/August for Fall 2021
  • St Mary’s
    • No volunteering Spring 2021. Check in April/May for Summer 2021 and July/August for Fall 2021

Clinic Opportunities

Hospice Opportunities

 

Medlife Volunteering Abroad Opportunities

Interested in getting hands-on medical experience in a different country? Go on a Service-Learning Trip! MEDLIFE@UGA offers its members a chance to travel abroad and volunteer in the impoverished areas of Peru, Nicaragua, Ecuador, and Tanzania. Volunteers will work closely with local medical professionals to treat those who lack access to proper healthcare. Volunteers will also participate in developmental projects such as building staircases, schools, and public restrooms. Trips are offered every winter, spring, and summer. For more information, visit the MEDLIFE@UGA page here or email medlife.uga@gmail.com