Would you like to volunteer in a clinical role and give back to your community? To begin the process, please email your CV to Jessica Gebhard – firstname.lastname@example.org. She can also be reached at 301-493-2400 ext 839.
What are the licensing and credentialing requirements?
All clinical volunteers are expected to maintain an active unrestricted license to practice medicine in Maryland. Re-credentialing is done every two years on a rolling system and as part of the process volunteers are required to re-submit certain pieces of paperwork.
All clinical volunteers are required to show proof of immunity to measles, mumps, rubella and varicella. Volunteers must also show proof of tuberculosis screening from within the last 12 months.
What are the clinical expectations?
Once the initial credentialing has been completed, MobileMed will establish a regular schedule for each volunteer provider. Our clinics operate in four-hour block sessions (see clinic schedules for times and locations); we ask that primary care volunteers have at least 18 sessions in a year, and that our specialty care volunteers have at least 9 sessions in a year.
What is the inclement weather policy?
MobileMed follows Montgomery County guidelines for inclement weather. When Montgomery County Schools are closed, the clinics using the vans are cancelled. When the Montgomery County government is closed, all MobileMed clinics are cancelled and the offices are closed.