New Life Volunteering Society Free Health Clinic

Volunteer Information

NLVS is currently accepting applications for those interested in being a part of the NLVS Executive Board from 1/1/2019 - 12/31/2019.  In addition, NLVS medical school and undergraduate chapters across Chicago are currently developing their executive boards to focus on both supporting the NLVS Free Health Clinic as well as serving the community through a variety of outreach efforts.  Applications are also currently being accepted for each school's chapter executive board for 2019.

Deadline for all applications is Monday, October 15, 2018. Please download the relevant application from the links below and follow the instructions to submit your application.

NLVS Executive Board App 2019
NLVS Chapter Board App 2019

Students who apply to be on the NLVS Executive Board should understand there is a significant time commitment beyond fulfilling your executive board position duties including mandatory monthly executive board and committee meetings as well as serving as a clinic medical student coordinator at least one Saturday per month.

Students who apply to be on your medical school's NLVS chapter board should understand that there is a significant time commitment beyond fulfilling your chapter board position duties including 2 mandatory meetings per month - your chapter board meeting as well as a NLVS Free Health Clinic committee meeting that includes NLVS medical student leaders from across the city.

The NLVS Free Health Clinic runs with the involvement of volunteer attending physicians, nurses, medical students, health educators, translators, and administrative staff. The clinic has been designed as a student-run clinic with medical students from several of the medical schools around Chicago working together in a collaborative effort to provide medical care to the uninsured and underserved under direct supervision of a physician fully licensed in the State of Illinois . The list of medical schools currently includes the University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University, Rosalind Franklin University, Loyola University, and the University of Chicago .

The clinic has 3 primary goals:
1) To provide basic health care to uninsured and underserved patients
2) To provide basic preventive care / health education to patients and the community
3) To provide learning opportunities for students in the clinical setting

Please direct any questions to  We look forward to receiving your application!

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