It was a pleasure to volunteer at Volunteer Health Corps. The staff were very pleasant and always upbeat. The staff genuinely cared for their patients. As a volunteer and student, I learned a lot from the doctors, who were eager to teach. This is great facility for the patients that use it and I am happy that I have knowledge of it and was able to experience all that they offer first hand.
The time I spent volunteering at this clinic was phenomenal. The staff was incredibly passionate and helpful. The doctors were extremely knowledgable and the nurses were very caring. This clinic is what this community needs, access to healthcare for the members of the community who are struggling finically. The patients were appreciative for the help they received. I know without a doubt that we improved the quality of peoples lives today.
My experience, as a Physician Assistant Student, at VHC was wonderful. I got some much needed patient care experience, interactions with physicians and other healthcare providers. I was impressed by the services offered to these patients and the level of healthcare provided. The physicians were friendly, and accommodating to not only myself, but the patients as well. I was really impressed by the facility.
Volunteer Health Corps was an incredible place to work! The staff was so helpful, and the coordinator, Tonya, was so informative and helpful as well. The patients were very appreciative and I love that they had a place to follow up. Would love to come back and help.
This is a wonderful non-profit health center. The staff was amazing and I thoroughly enjoyed working with them. Tanya, our coordinator, was amazing; she was very patient and informative and kept us moving! The patients were also so thankful for our help and thankful to have a place to go for their medical care. Will be back to volunteer again, LOVED this experience.
I enjoyed volunteering at this clinic. Tania was very helpful and welcoming, and we all worked well together. I would definitely do this again!
My experience at VHC was very beneficial. The volunteers are great team players and the program serves a variety of patients in the community.
This nonprofit clinic is very helpful and efficient with the amount of volunteers running it. Everyone plays their role and is a great team member to meet the healthcare needs that these patients need.
I volunteered for the first time at the Volunteer Health Corps of Baton Rouge today, and it was one of the best experiences I've gone through. All of the volunteers and staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Everyone treated the patients with care as if they had known them for an extended period of time. I will definitely be back to volunteer for the Volunteer Health Corp of Baton Rouge next Tuesday!
Volunteer Health Corps of Baton Rouge is a great place to volunteer and I really enjoy volunteering here. The staff and other volunteers are so friendly and welcoming. It is a wonderful service to the community and I will continue to volunteer here as long as I can!
VHC has done an outstanding job providing the community with healthcare! It was a wonderful experience as a volunteer and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was great to give back to the community and provide them with services that were greatly appreciated! I recommend everyone to try it out, it's a great opportunity! The volunteers are wonderful and very welcoming!
VHC exceeded my expectations as a volunteer with their wonderful hospitality and care for our community. Baton Rouge needs more organizations like this to show those in need a helping hand.
Volunteer Health Corps of Baton Rouge is an amazing place to volunteer! My first volunteering experience with them was through my school. After my required shifts were completed I asked if I could come back and volunteer on my own. The staff was very excited at my request and they said they would be happy to have me back! It also seems that the clients that they serve are extremely grateful and excited for us to be there. I am very thankful that we have a nonprofit organization that is consistently able to deliver high-quality healthcare to a population that has been historically underserved here in my hometown. If you like working with knowledgeable medical professionals who genuinely care about their clients then you will like the VHC. If you are interested in improving your clinical acumen, then know that the staff will take the time to help you better your understanding of the medical profession including accurate diagnosis, appropriate treatment, and overall well care of their clients. I highly recommend volunteering a shift or two so you can form your own opinion. I promise, you won't be let down... and you never know, maybe I'll see you there!
I am a Registered Nurse and have volunteered for VHC several times since 2015. It is a wonderful asset for the uninsured population of our local community. Patients are able to be seen and followed by a physician for their chronic problems like diabetes and hypertension. Nearly everyone who is working there is a volunteer. There are doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, radiology personnel, social workers and medical students. Although everyone does a wonderful job with very limited assets, I hope that someone is able to help donate supplies and/or medicines this this great cause. Many of the people who go there work, but just don't make a lot of money and cannot afford health insurance and do not qualify for Medicaid. It is a great organization and helps many people in our community!!!
This is a great nonprofit foundation. They see patients efficiently and are really doing a great service to the community. This clinic provides an opportunity for healthcare workers to give back as well provide care to people who may not be able to receive care otherwise.
I came into VHC as a PA student volunteering. I have learned so much in the short time that I was here. This is a great organization and a great place for volunteering.
I am a volunteer at VHC. I walked into the clinic not knowing what to do or how the place is run. With a quick explanation, the place ran so smoothly and extremely organized. The doctors and other volunteers are extremely kind and knowledgable. I felt extremely comfortable and judging from the patients comments, they do too. Great experience.
This has been a great experience. The staff is wonderful and very helpful. I would love to come back here anytime!
My first time attending the VHS's free clinic was a fantastic experience. The medical professionals all had a great attitude towards helping the community and the volunteers always had a smile on their face. Being able to work with these health care professionals gave me really great insight as to the daily roles of physicians, nurses, and physician's assistants. I am thrilled to continue working with this organization.
Great environment to practice medicine. Clinic is well managed. The other clinicians and the staff are always friendly and helpful. The patients usually do not seem bothered to be here and express willingness to participate in care. It would be nice to see an increase in participation and funding so clinics like this can help more people.
The people working in the clinic were exceptional. Everyone is very nice and helpful. You can tell that everyone really cares. The doctors take the time to explain things and answer questions.
VHC is a great non-profit organization to volunteer with. They help fill an ever increasing gap in the medical system and reach local people who may otherwise fall through the cracks. The volunteer doctors, nurses, physician assistants, students, and all others who give their time to help serve people are truly making a difference in our community. Even if you have no medical background, there are always ways to help. I would highly recommended volunteering here.
I am an LSU student who has volunteered with this non-profit organization that provides free medial care to adult patients in our community. I have seen first hand the impact this organization has in our Baton Rouge area and this free clinic is only possible because doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, PA students, nursing students and college students come together to support its mission. I appeal to everyone who wants to make a difference in someone's life to join this great organization.
I am a PR intern who has volunteered to work for VHC since April 2014. I have truly loved learning about this amazing non-profit organization. I think VHC provides an outstanding service to the health care community of Baton Rouge. I have seen first hand the hard work and dedication that has gone into this organization, and I am proud to say I am apart of this amazing group of staff and volunteers.
Could not be more proud to be a part of such an amazing organization. VHC provides a vital service and the Baton Rouge community is very lucky to have an organization like VHC.
I've worked with VHC on a professional level and have learned that they fill a very important gap in Healthcare. We are proud to help market their mission!
To assist needed patients with multiple co-morbid health conditions is rewarding. These patients express appreciation for the care we give as noncompensated diagnosis, treatment, and just caring. These patients truly appreciate our listening and inquiring about their illnesses, complaints, pain and dealing with abnormal findings of blood pressure, blood sugar (glucose), and ordered lab tests results. Bringing them uptodate on needed mamograms, pelvic exams, screening tests, wellness and preventive measures that hey would not get preformed any other way until a crisis. To see that these at-risk citizens get their annual flu shots free when they would not any other way is a good feeling for the patient and for the provider. Refilling medications and explaining their need, use, and adherence is essential for control and prevention of stroke, heart disease and kidney failure in this neglected population. To explain to them why smoke cessation is essential for their health and prevention of worse disease then they already have. I feel our work as physicians caring for these un-insured, uncared-for patients, our local citizens, is far more important and critical than traveling to other countries to do mission work on their citizens and not others. Our work makes a greater different here at home and lessens the workload in local ERs and Hospitals, both charity and public. I firmly believe that this is God's work and it is giving of our minds, hearts and hands that are accomplishing it. I feel real good about it every clinic I attend.
I have been fortunate to be part of volunteer health corps for four years. I have seen the VHC grow from a primary care clinic. The VHC now helps the Baton Rouge community in orthopedics and rheumatology, as well. The clinic allows me to help those individuals that are most in need of medical care or services. Volunteering at the clinic has helped me to remember the roots from where I started my medical training.
What a difference these health care clinics make in the Baton Rouge community. I have the privilege of working with private sector medical personnel who volunteer their time for the underprivileged. The volunteer nurses, physicians, physical therapists and other staff really enjoy their clinic experience. AND, the patients for the most part are grateful!