What is Mariam Clinic?
Mariam Clinic is a non-profit organization that provides free health care to uninsured individuals in the community. It is their mission to inspire a movement in which people of different religious faiths come together, through a shared belief in community service and individual responsibility, to build a healthier society. Mariam Clinic aims to be the Triangle's source for culturally-sensitive, high-quality health care services for those who are in need. With the help of weekly volunteers, Mariam Clinic has provided care to thousands of patients with diverse backgrounds in the Raleigh-Durham area. For more information, visit the .
How can you get involved?
Practice your clinical skills by volunteering! Mariam Clinic is open every Sunday from 1 - 5 pm in Raleigh. As a medical student volunteer, you will get a chance to see the patient before the physician goes in, take a thorough history, perform any pertinent physical exams, and then report back your findings. This is a great way to practice history-taking as well as physical skills and an excellent way to give back to the community through the skills you have learned in ICM.
Who should I contact?
If you are interested in becoming a Mariam Clinic volunteer, please contact MEMO's Mariam Clinic Liaison, Fahad Chaudhary.