Lone Star Circle of Care is looking for volunteers who want to give back to the community by assisting in their community health clinics. Lone Star Circle of Care is a non-profit organization that provides primary health services to tens of thousands uninsured and underinsured children and adults in Central Texas. Volunteers are critical to Lone Star Circle of Care’s success, handling a variety of tasks to assist the clinic staff as they meet the patients’ needs.
Lone Star Circle of Care’s volunteer program is an opportunity for individuals in Williamson County to help the community in which they live or work. There are a number of opportunities available at Lone Star Circle of Care, ranging from acting as a patient advocate to assisting with administrative tasks and special events.
Below please find additional information regarding Lone Star Circle of Care volunteer opportunities:
- Patient advocat — provide information and assistance to patients in the waiting room before or after an appointment.
- Story time reader — spend some time reading to groups of pediatric patients while they wait for their appointment.
- Special events — help Lone Star Circle of Care during health fairs, with arts and crafts projects, painting projects at the clinic, and more.
- Administrative help — compile and organize patient charts, compile information packets for patients, and other administrative duties.
Volunteer orientation will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, at the Lone Star's Administraion Building, 1500 West University Ave. in Georgetown.
If you have additional questions, please call 512-868-1124 or email.
Lone Star Circle of Care is a non-profit organization committed to providing quality health services for the medically underserved, including individuals with Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP, another form of public insurance, or no insurance at all. Lone Star Circle of Care’s clinics provide comprehensive care that includes, adult and pediatric care; dental care; mental health services; women’s health services, including prenatal and delivery; discounted medications; and wellness classes. In 2007, Lone Star Circle of Care worked to meet the growing needs of the medically underserved, providing more than 73,000 patient visits, nearly doubling the number of visits provided in 2006.