VHIO has been asked to help with interpretation at Mt. Zion’s health fair on Saturday, June 18th from 11am-4pm. We will be collaborating with Operation Diabetes from UCSF to provide screening and counseling to diabetes patients. They are expecting a
May is a busy month, with many screening events and presentations–please refer to the events page here. We understand that everyone is busy with finals, and we really appreciate your volunteering as interpreters!
Come and help with UCSF’s skin cancer screening–we are expecting 300-500 patients for this event. It’s on Saturday, May 7th with 2 shifts: 8am-12pm or 12pm- 4pm. Breakfast, lunch, t-shirts, and a photo op are included. We need 20-30 Cantonese
There were not a lot of patients at the Mt. Zion clinic in February. Hopefully there will be a new wave of patients as the UCSF coordinators transition. Please let us know if you have any ideas for outreach efforts!
The events page for February has been updated. There are quite a lot of VHIO events, including Workshop III, a social, and our first time volunteering at KCHS clinics.
The January CPHC clinic was canceled today, because Dr. Yu is sick. We can reimburse you for transportation if you already began to travel. In case we need to contact you for similar urgent announcements, please make sure to keep
Since the first Saturday of January is New Year’s Day, there will be no Mt. Zion clinic. The next one is in February. CPHC is still scheduled for January 8th. We will send out sign-up sheets soon. Happy 2011 everyone!
Just to clarify some information about CPHC this Saturday: We will send you an email regarding transportation, which we arrange before clinics. For reimbursements, we keep track of drivers and Bart tickets you had to buy, and we will write