Body of Christ Community Clinic would not exist without volunteers. We have 4 part-time paid staff and over 100 volunteers. We simply could not provide the services we do without our volunteers! We invite you to join the men and women dedicated to expressing love and compassion to those without access to medical and dental care.
For more information about volunteering or to schedule a tour of the clinic, contact Donna Dunn at 254-939-9500.
Download a volunteer application OR Complete the on-line application below:
- Physician – Family or Internal Medicine
- Physician Assistant
- Nurse Practitioner
- Pharmacy Tech
- Dental Assistant
- Dental Hygienist
- Lab Tech
- Social Worker
- Volunteer Coordinator
- Physical Therapy
**We especially need Spanish-speaking volunteers in every position.
Additional Volunteer Information:
- BOCCC Practitioner Application
- Healthcare Professionals Medical Questionnaire
- Hepatitus B Vaccination
- Mission Vision Agreement
- Orientation Check List
- Overview of Free Clinics FTCA Program
- Policy Information Notice
- Volunteer Confidentiality Information
Body of Christ Community Clinic (BOCCC) recommends that all volunteers have the Hepatitis B vaccination series and Tuberculosis screening by intra-dermal injection. You may obtain these from your doctor or county health department. Please provide BOCCC with a copy of results or notice of administration of vaccinations to be placed in your volunteer file.
Being CPR/AED trained is a vital part of volunteering in a medical setting. It is also important knowledge to have in your personal life. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation can save a person’s life if started within minutes of cardiac and/or respiratory arrest. If you have this training or are interested in obtaining this training please notify the Executive Director.
FEDERAL LEGLISATION: VOLUNTEER PROTECTION ACT OF 1997
TEXAS LEGLISATION: CHARITABLE IMMUNITY AND LIABILITY ACT OF 1987
The purpose of these acts is to encourage volunteer services and maximize the resources devoted to delivering these services by reducing the liability exposure and insurance costs of charitable organizations and their employees and volunteers. The Act provides that a volunteer health care provider who is serving as a direct service volunteer of a charitable organization is immune from civil liability for any act or omission resulting in the death, damage, or injury to a patient if the volunteer meets three requirements. First, the volunteer commits the act or omission in the course of providing health care services to the patient. Second the services provided are within the scope of the license of the volunteer. And finally before the volunteer provides the health care services, the patient, or if the patient is a minor or is otherwise legally incompetent, the patient’s parents, managing conservator, legal guardian, or other person with legal responsibility for the care of the patient, signs a written statement that acknowledges both that the volunteer is providing care that is not administered for or in expectation of compensation and the limitations on the recovery of damages from the volunteer in exchange for receiving the health care services.