We are the first national organization to recruit physician volunteers through alumni and professional organizations and match their expertise to the needs of community clinics.
Physician volunteers—especially the semi-and newly-retired­—are a rich source of medical wisdom, but current recruitment efforts are largely local and unsystematic. We reduce traditional barriers to volunteering, both administrative and geographic, by facilitating onboarding and utilizing telemedicine.

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29 Million

uninsured in the U.S.

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62 Million

lack access to physicians due to local shortages

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22+ MILLION

seek care at community clinics

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290,000

actively licensed U.S. physicians are aged 55+

WHY IT MATTERS

1 PHYSICIAN SHORTAGES


The U.S. is facing a SHORTAGE OF UP TO 95,000 PHYSICIANS despite team-based care.

2 CLINICS SUFFERING


As the main caregivers for uninsured and underinsured individuals, overburdened rural and inner-city COMMUNITY CLINICS SUFFER MOST from these shortages.

3 AVOIDABLE COSTS


Community clinic patients often present with poorly treated chronic illnesses, contributing to AVOIDABLE MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS AND COSTS.

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