ARMOM organizers are seeking volunteers to help make the clinic possible. Volunteers ranging from dental personal, nurses, interpreters, and non-professionals (or lay volunteers) are needed.
Lay volunteers opportunities include individuals interested in being patient escorts (walking patients to appropriate area of the clinic), breakroom workers (working and providing the clinics hospitality room for volunteers and doctors), child care workers, triage clerks (assisting processing patient for care and recovery), and many other opportunities to serve in other non-dental capacities.
"You don't need a dental degree to help," said Mayor Zack Tucker. "Just a heart and a passion for serving those in need. Whether you want to bake a casserole for the hospitality room, greet patients, babysit, or escort patients, there is an opportunity for everyone to volunteer."
This will be the second ARMOM clinic held in Monticello. The first was held in 2010 where 2,700 patients received an estimated $700,000 of donated care. The clinics are be open to anyone seeking care.
To register to volunteer visit the ARMOM website at: http://www.rsvpbook.com/event.php?534162