WHY VOLUNTEER?
Volunteering with MobileMed is a wonderful way to give back to the Montgomery County community. Our organization can utilize the support of both clinical professionals and other community members. Every year, MobileMed has a talented, dedicated group of approximately 100 volunteers who serve alongside our staff. Collectively, these volunteers log thousands of hours of valuable service. Our need for in-clinic volunteers fluctuates based on our patients’ needs and the constraints of our clinic space. We also appreciate support for our non-clinical administrative staff. If you have a skill set to offer, please reach out to us to discuss how we could use your help!
GENERAL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
MobileMed’s non-clinical volunteers provide a wide variety of services, which range from interpreting at the clinics to providing professional pro-bono assistance to our administrative staff. If you would like to volunteer as an un-licensed individual in the clinics, please visit our general volunteer page here. If you would like to offer expertise in your area of skill, please reach out to Tirza Ochrach-Konradi, our Volunteer Coordinator, to discuss MobileMed’s ability to use your assistance.

CLINICAL PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Detailed information about volunteering for clinical work is available here.

    • Physician, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant—MobileMed is especially in need of the following specialties:
      • Gynecology/Women’s Health
      • Dermatology
      • Psychiatry
      • Neurology
      • Gastroenterology
      • ENT
    • Registered Nurse
    • LPN/MA
    • Pharmacist
    • Diabetes Educator
    • Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT VOLUNTEERING
Please contact Tirza Ochrach-Konradi, Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@mobilemedicalcare.org or you can reach her at 301-493-2400, ext. 839.

“Volunteerism is one of the main reasons and essence of why most physicians attended Medical School and enthusiastically embraced long years of training. Mobile Medical Care allows us to do that in our back years, promoting a healthy community in the process, fulfilling our need to help others and echoing those important words: “It takes a Village. . . “Carlos E. Picone, MD, FACP, FCCP - Volunteer Physician and chair of MobileMed’s Clinical Committee
“Volunteering at Mobile Medical Care is a direct way of improving the health of Montgomery County residents. To me, we are helping to save lives. “Sam Statland