Macon Volunteer Clinic serves our patients through the generosity of volunteer physicians, dentists, nurses, phlebotomists, pharmacists, x-ray technicians, dietitians, mental health counselors, and other medical and dental volunteers.
Medical & Dental Volunteer Shift Schedules
Monday, 1 – 4 pm (Dental)
Monday, 5 – 7 pm (Medical)
Tuesday, 5 – 7 pm (Medical)
Wednesday, 9 – 12 noon (Medical)
Thursday, 9 – 12 noon (Medical)
Friday, 9 – 12 noon (Dental)
Macon Volunteer Clinic appreciates our volunteers who fill a critical need during clinic and eligibility screening hours by serving as front desk receptionists and working in the dispensary. We could not operate without these important volunteers. Volunteers may also choose to assist with fundraisers and special projects.
Administrative Volunteer Shift Schedules
Monday, 12 – 4 pm (Dental Clinic, Eye Clinic)Monday, 5 – 7 pm (Medical Clinic)Tuesday, 12 – 4 pm (Administrative Hours)Tuesday, 5 – 7 pm (Medical Clinic)Wednesday, 9 – 12 noon (Medical Clinic)Wednesday, 2-4 (Administrative Hours)Thursday, 9 – 12 noon (Medical Clinic)Thursday, 2-4 (Administrative Hours)Friday, 9 – 12 noon (Dental Clinic)
We welcome you to join our integral, diverse group of volunteers! Please fill out the Macon Volunteer Clinic Volunteer Application and the Volunteer Coordinator will contact you.
Please note that proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required for MVC staff and volunteers.
We also ask that you bring documentation of hepatitis B vaccination. If you are not vaccinated or do not wish to become vaccinated, you may sign a declination form at your volunteer orientation. (Note: we do not offer any vaccinations to volunteers).
Dr. Chapin Henley’s Story
Shortly after I retired, I was exercising on a treadmill reading an article in Newsweek magazine. The title was ‘What have you done for someone today?’ It was about a volunteer clinic at Hilton Head for working uninsured people who fell through the cracks in our healthcare system. It dawned on me that there were bound to be hardworking people in Macon who fit this description.
Mr. Winchester Blanks came to MVC as a volunteer in 2013, knowing that he could help people who work hard every day but who fall through the cracks. When asked why he volunteers, Mr. Blanks said, "It's a good thing for the community; the patients here work to receive medical coverage." With his signature smile, Mr. Blanks added, "I think it's cool that so many doctors donate their time. I really enjoy the folks at the clinic."