To protect our volunteer eligibility screeners and to limit the number of people in the clinic, the following changes of the eligibility process will be implemented immediately: Returning patients whose eligibility expiration is not more than 6 months past due will not be required to do a re-screen until the emergency medical period is over….

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VIM IS STILL SEEING PATIENTS… IF YOU HAVE A COUGH, FEVER, OR OTHER RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS, A MASK WILL BE PROVIDED FOR YOU IF YOU ARE ILL AND UNABLE TO COME IN FOR A SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT, PLEASE CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION FOR ENGLISH CALLS    JEANNE AT 541-222-7326 FOR SPANISH CALLS    MARISOL AT 541-222-7321

  VIM Staff invite you to join their #GivingTuesday “24-hour challenge” by matching their $24 individual donations.  (MAKE YOUR DONATION ON DECEMBER 3rd to www.vim-clinic/donate) Challenge begins at midnight on #GivingTuesday, December 3rd and ends at 11:59 p.m. Make Volunteers In Medicine your “CAUSE” for 2019.  Every little bit helps provide free medical services to…

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        DeLeesa Meashintubby, Awarded 2019 Woman of the Year We are so proud to announce that DeLeesa Meashintubby, Executive Director for Volunteers In Medicine, was chosen as the 2019 Woman of the Year by the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce Women Business Leader’s program. The purpose of this prestigious award is to…

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VIM 2019 Annual Report

It has been quite a year at Volunteers In Medicine.  Click on the following link to get a glimpse. Fall 2019 Newsletter  

Bubbles & Bags

Join us at the Eugene Country Club on Thursday, November 7 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. for a “One Fine Day” Bubbles & Bags procurement party. Do you have a new or gently used designer handbag you haven’t used in awhile? Bring it and/or a $50 donation and sip champagne, enjoy delicious bites, visit with…

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We are excited to announce that Volunteers in Medicine was selected as one of the top 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon by the Oregon Business Magazine – ranking our workplace as one of Oregon’s nonprofit leaders – and with the happiest employees. The Oregon Business Magazine collected information from an anonymous employee…

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