What We Do

Everyone, everywhere deserves quality, specialty health care.

What We Do

Our Services


MAVEN Project clinic partners receive unlimited access to our full suite of services

Virtual Consultations

Virtual Consultations

Your specialist is standing by.


If you have questions, we have answers. Frontline providers can collaborate with a MAVEN Project volunteer to ask questions, workshop a challenging diagnosis,

or decide on the best course of treatment – with minimal waiting time. You can expect to hear back within 48 business hours, with an average time of less than 10 hours.

1:1 Mentorship

1:1 Mentorship

Advice from someone who’s been there.


Healthcare is an incredibly demanding career. Our MAVEN Project volunteers uniquely understand these stressors and have decades of experience in managing them.

Through our one-on-one mentorships, frontline providers have a safe space to get advice on everything from burnout strategies to patient communication from someone who has been in their shoes.

A Resource for Learning

A Resource for Learning

Weekly training on the latest advances in medicine.


Weekly learning sessions led by MAVEN Project volunteers are customized according to clinic needs. Frontline providers can access the most up-to-date medical knowledge across a range of topics – from anxiety treatments and cholesterol

management to dermatology basics and osteoporosis treatment plans. They can ask questions, practice with case studies, and can also receive continuing education credit by participating.

COVID-19 - Built to Respond to this Crisis


Our comprehensive COVID-19 response strategy is helping providers keep themselves and their communities safe and healthy.

COVID-19 - Built to Respond to this Crisis
  • Connecting Safety Net Clinics and Health Center to reliable sources of PPE during supply shortages.
  • Hosting weekly COVID-19 webinars led by experts in infectious disease, pulmonary medicine, critical care, gynecology, and psychiatry.
  • Providing educational sessions and mentoring facilitated by psychiatry volunteers focused on supporting frontline providers facing burnout.
  • Developing educational programs focused on training providers to manage chronic disease via telehealth.