Reconnecting, Educating, and Advocating for Comprehensive Healthcare
R.E.A.C.H. Mission Statement
To identify the circumstances that disconnect patients from the medical community to better understand how to serve, build relationships with, and advocate for these patients.
About East Knox Free Medical Clinic
This is an opportunity for second year students to volunteer with underserved urban populations in downtown Knoxville at 2700 East Magnolia Avenue every Monday from 12 PM to ~4 PM, depending on clinical preceptor availability. Each clinical faculty member will precept 2 second year medical students at a time. Students will volunteer during 2 hour long shifts, switching out at 2:00 PM.
Student doctors must be REACH members and in good academic and professional standing in order to participate. Please refer to the recruitment and orientation videos below for details about the clinic and participation.
For Clinical Faculty
Faculty must follow the instructions below to precept at the clinic.
Sign a copy of the volunteer release.
Have a snapshot of your medical license.
Upload the signed form and the snapshot of your medical license to this Microsoft Form.
Afterward, you may reserve a date on the calendar provided!
Students must follow the instructions below to volunteer with the clinic.
Read the guidelines for clinical volunteering.
Sign a copy of the EKFMC Volunteer Release Form.
Sign a copy of the Student and Observer Guidelines.
Complete Bloodborne Pathogen Training and Certification.
Upload all of these forms and certifications as well as a screenshot of your CastleBranch with all green checkmarks and your name in view to this Microsoft form.