Supported by HTPN and Baylor Scott & White Health (BSWH), the Baylor Community Care program designs, implements, and operates innovative strategies that increase access to health services, provide high-quality care and improve health outcomes for medically underserved populations served by Baylor.
Today, Baylor Community Care consists of nine clinics across the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The clinics are staffed by full-time primary care physicians and nurse practitioners that care for over 10,000 underserved patients a year. The VIM program helps support the charity clinics by facilitating HTPN physicians and staff the opportunity to donate time and expertise or engage in other volunteer activities.
If you are interested in volunteering or accepting uninsured patients, please contact the VIM Program Manager, Cynthia Barrera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteering at Mission Arlington
Members of the Volunteers in Medicine and their families came together to help sort and organize canned goods for 2,000 Thanksgiving meal packages. Those meals will help feed 6,000 individuals and families in need on Thanksgiving morning.
Contact the VIM to participate in future community volunteer events.
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