Pritzker Free Clinic Scheduler

Sign up to volunteer at one of our student-run clinics, which provide superior health care in a compassionate manner, ever mindful of each patient's dignity and individuality.

Volunteer Requirements

We are seeking faculty, fellow and chief resident volunteer preceptors from the University of Chicago or NorthShore for our student-run free clinics.

You will work with our medical student volunteers at the free clinics, and each clinic session must be supervised by a fully-licensed* physician. Thank you in advance for serving our free clinic patients.

*Resident physicians are not fully-independently licensed and are not able to serve as preceptors.

Log In

You will need to Log In to view and sign-up to precept a free clinic session.

Clinic Schedule

You will find the clinic schedules on the Schedule page.

You can sign up to be the primary preceptor for that session, or the back-up preceptor. If the primary preceptor is unavailable, the backup preceptor will be notified via email to let them know they are now needed on that clinic date.

Each shift will have one of the following colors:

  • Red: The shift is in need of a preceptor volunteer.
  • Blue: You have signed up for the shift.
  • Grey: The shift is either fully staffed, has occurred in the past, or has been cancelled.

Our Clinics

Bridgeport Free Clinic
3001 S Lowe Ave (Chinatown Area & Bridgeport neighborhood)
3-6 patients per night. Primarily an Asian and Asian-American patient population. Trained interpreters available on-site for Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese speaking patients.
2611 W. Chicago Avenue (West Town | Ukrainian Village neighborhood)
Low-income, uninsured and underinsured adults in Chicago, with large percentage of Spanish and Polish speaking patients (trained interpretors are onsite at clinic).
Maria Shelter Free Clinic
7320 S Yale Avenue (Englewood neighborhood)
Women and their children who reside at Maria Shelter, which is a 50-bed interim shelter in the Englewood community serving families that are experiencing homelessness and may have been impacted by domestic violence.
SEVA Free Clinic
2645 W Peterson Avenue (Little India | Arcadia Terrace Neighborhood neighborhood)
South Asian immigrant population, Hindi and Urdu speaking patients. Many patients do not speak/are not fully comfortable in English–we try to have professional interpretation, but if not, many students as well as the IAMACF Receptionist/Pharmacist (Puja) can interpret!
South Side Free Clinic
6620 S King Drive (West Woodlawn neighborhood)
Uninsured and underinsured patients on the South Side of Chicago.
Washington Park Free Clinic
5350 S Prairie Avenue (Washington Park neighborhood)
Pediatric patients primarily seeking school physicals and vaccines. Max of 10 patients per night, with patient check-in closing at 7pm.