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Our Mission is to support healthcare services for Loudoun County residents who, as a result of economic or other barriers, would otherwise do without.


We are a member-only clinic, so patients must be financially eligible and pre-register for our services.

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Volunteer

Loudoun Free Clinic is honored by the many people who believe in our mission and work day in and day out to care for hundreds of patients. 

 

From doctors, nurses, pharmacists to interpreters, administrative professionals, and IT experts, the Free Clinic volunteers are vast and varied in skill, but united in their mission to care for those who need it most. 

 

We are humbled by their service and thankful that they are a part of our family.  To all of our volunteers, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Still curious?

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Receptionistist

  • Bilingual (can speak Spanish and English)

  • Available on Wednesday and/or Thursday from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Medical Specialists

  • All specialists are encouraged to apply

  • Cardiologists and dermatologists are especially needed

Our Current Volunteer Needs
 


We will conduct a background check. Furthermore, we retain the right to turn down any prospective volunteers

who do not appear a good fit with our philosophies. 

 

You cannot become a volunteer if you or a loved one is or has been a patient of the Free Clinic.


You can volunteer as a healthcare provider, or as clinical, administrative, or interpreter support.

Feed our Crew of Volunteers

Many of our volunteers come straight from work, or go straight to work right after tending to our patients. If you are willing to provide food for our volunteers, please contact our volunteer coordinator.

We can also always use snacks and drinks for our volunteers, many of whom spend several hours each day at the clinic and need to keep their energy high!

To make a dinner, snack, or drink donation, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Maria Krishnamoorthy at (703) 779-5430.

Food To Go

Healthcare Providers:
Two Ways to Volunteer

From Your Office

  • Patients come to you

  • Ability to help as many or as few patients as you would like

  • Challenging cases leave you with a sense of accomplishment

  • Clinic posts online stories highlighting your charitable work and can provide success stories

  • We will sign up the patients you see to your charitable care programs

  • Opportunity to help the neediest of your community that have been refused care elsewhere

  • Clinic handles labs, imaging and prescriptions
     

In Our Clinic

  • Ability to volunteer on a schedule that conveniently fits your life

  • Ability to practice clinical medicine without concern for practice management, medical coding/billing, or coordination of care

  • All case management is handled by the clinic

  • Opportunity to work with those who share your vision of charitable medical care

  • Clinic posts online stories highlighting your charitable work and can provide success stories

  • Clinic handles labs, imaging, and prescriptions

 
 

Donate

Loudoun Free Clinic is a preventative healthcare home. We empower at-risk individuals to take charge of their health.

We cannot do this alone. You can be part of our mission. Donate and be part of the solution!

Who are the patients of Loudoun Free Clinic? They are our neighbors, our colleagues, our friends - and our community's most fragile and underserved.

Our patients are hard-working, tax-paying Loudoun County residents. 95% of LFC patients are actively employed but get paid minimum wage (or less). Many hold several jobs so they can pay for basic necessities. Unfortunately, health insurance and even basic healthcare are often beyond their reach. 

We serve adults aged 19-64 who are uninsured and do not qualify for Medicaid. They earn 300% of the Federal Poverty Level or less. They have lived in Loudoun County for 9+ months and file taxes. Prospective patients must apply and go through an eligibility process to become members of our clinic. Membership is renewed annually.

Our patients are often people who struggle to put food on the table, and their health is often put on the sideline. They are adults who are choosing their family first and their health second. People in this situation often end of up in the Emergency Room as they have waiting until the last possible moment to seek treatment. Many of them suffer from several chronic illnesses and need multiple medications to manage their conditions.

 

Loudoun Free Clinic supports them with their healthcare needs, and helps prevent these worst-case scenarios, so that they and their families have the chance to thrive.

An important note about in-kind donations

While we appreciate in-kind donations, our capacity to store medications and medical supplies is very limited. We can only accept specific items needed by our patients such as unopened medication syringes. Please contact: Lauren McCarthy, Finance and Operations Officer, at (703) 779-5418.

All other medical supplies and equipment can be donated to:

Medical Missionaries, Inc.

9590 Surveyor Court

Manassas, VA 20110

Phone: (703) 335-1800

Email: info@medicalmissionaries.org

Thank you!