The mission of Bayanihan Clinic is to provide primary care and preventative health services to the diverse, underserved communities of the Greater Sacramento area, including Filipino veterans and immigrants.
Bayanihan Clinic is a University of California, Davis student-run free clinic serving the underserved and uninsured population of Sacramento. We see patients every Saturday, from 8:00 AM until 12:00 PM.
- Preventative Services: A patient generally comes to clinic with a particular health concern, and this concern (the patient's chief complaint) is addressed at the clinic. Includes flu shots, cholesterol counts, screening for select conditions, etc. Also includes physicals which serve to address any health issues discovered during the physical.
- Referrals: Because the clinic is able to only provide limited health care delivery, patients with more serious complications will be referred to specialists in the area.
- Social Services: During an examination, a student working in the clinic may learn of a social issue that may need to be addressed.
- Health Education & Counseling: The public health component of the clinic. Includes a workshop on a particular health issue, posters placed throughout the clinic, brochures distributed to patients, and health information available in the waiting room. Patients with diabetes or prediabetic are highly encouraged by the physician to receive counseling services from the Diabetes Empowerment Program.
You can download and read our 2017 Annual Clinic Newsletter written by our very own clinic interns by clicking the link below:
VOLUNTEER UPDATES & APPLICATIONS
Our application cycle is now open! Email your completed application, along with an attached resume and cover letter, by February 2nd at 11:59PM to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to also contact us at this email if you have any questions. The application can be found here: