We are currently seeking Providers who are interested in providing excellent primary healthcare to children and young adults one or more days a week, in a community clinic environment. We are looking for Pediatricians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, etc., who what to be a part of a growing practice laser focused on excellence in community health. If you are interested please email a brief statement of interest along with your resume – click here.

We have a wide variety of needs for volunteers including social media masters, grant writers, website designers, network and computer specialists, business organizers, event planners, graphic artists, journalists/writers and administrative assistants. Nurses, Medical Assistants, Social Workers, etc. are always welcome. Please email our Volunteer Coordinator or call 503-284-5239 to join our small but great team.


Fundraising/Resource Development – Assist with the planning and successful staging of fundraising activities and events for the Clinic. Assist with general and varied tasks of monthly email blasts, quarterly newsletters and telephone campaigns.

Administrative Assistance – Assist with the various administrative tasks at the Clinic (i.e., filing of medical charts, posting, data entry, billing, preparing new client files, preparing paperwork for

Web Development & Maintenance – Modify, update and maintain the Clinic website

IT Development & Maintenance – Modify, update and maintain the Clinic’s ITS systems and equipment.

Database programming – Modify, update and maintain the Clinic’s databases and associated queries and reports.

Direct Service Providers – Pediatricians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician’s Assistants, Nurses, Medical Assistants, Lab Specialists, Medical Techs, Pharmacists, and Pharmacy Techs

Business/Strategic Planning – Assist with development of the Clinic’s Business/ Strategic Plan.

Records Management – Assist with reorganization existing file system and with converting to electronic health record system; assist with records documentation and storage.

Practice Management – Assist with planning and implementation of new, excellent fully integrated practice management system. Assist with Clinic Operations & Procedures manuals.

Chart Review –
Review existing charts to determine status of patients and contact those which chronic or incipient issues who haven’t recently been seen.

Pharmacy/Medication Inventory Management –
Establish a great process and procedures for a small medication inventory, tracking and dispensing.

Events planning –
Assist with the planning and successful staging of Clinic community activities and events.

Graphic Arts/Print Media Design –
Creating, updating and printing Clinic publications and

Grant writing
– Join the grant team and assist with the grants & funding cycle on behalf of the Clinic.

Landscaping & Groundskeeping
– Plan, plant and maintain the grounds of the Clinic i Assist with interpretation for patients during medical

Foreign Language Interpretation Assist with interpretation for patients during medical visits (must be certified), and assist with translation of clinic materials into other languages.

Direct Service Provider Specialists – Pediatric specialists willing to donate their time to meet the common and specialized needs of our patients (Ear/Nose/Throat, Pulmonology, Orthopedic, Dermatology, Neurology, Opthalmology, diagnostic imaging, etc.).

Corporate Sponsorships – Sponsor Clinic ongoing operational activities; sponsor clinic events; match donations; sponsor fundraising campaign; sponsor client services; adopt families for holiday gifts and support.

Health educationDevelop culturally appropriate materials for and present information to patients and community.

Researchers – Work with the Executive Director to obtain information and feedback from patients and their families regarding community health and clinic service issues.

Laundry Committee – Bi-weekly wash, disinfect, fold and delivery of gowns and washables back to the Clinic.

Members – Individuals committed to serving the Clinic and specifically skilled at bringing financial and professional resources to the Clinic.

Volunteer Coordination – Meet with the Executive Director weekly to plan for the volunteer needs of the Clinic; prepare volunteer descriptions; orient new volunteers; prepare report of monthly volunteer activities & hours; maintain volunteer files and records; coordinate volunteer activities, events and awards; periodically recruit volunteers for special projects.


Childrens Community Clinic
2201 Lloyd Center #2252
Portland, Oregon  97232


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