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The Health Outreach Quality Improvement Program (HOQI)

In Fall 2012, the Mobile Outreach Clinic (MOC) joined with the Equal Access Clinic (EAC) to provide a unique volunteer opportunity for undergraduates. As a result, student-volunteer applicants will use the Mobile Outreach Clinic website as the primary location to apply to both clinics. HOQI provides hands-on learning experiences with MOC and EAC involving volunteers in the various components of clinical care. In addition, volunteers also play a key role in coordinating care for patients outside of clinic visits.

Would you like to volunteer?

Students interested to become a HOQI volunteers must complete and submit an application.For more information about becoming a HOQI volunteer, please visit the HOQI Website 


Health Outreach Quality Improvement Program Volunteer Contract

  • Volunteers must attend a mandatory day long training prior to the beginning of their first semester with HOQI
  • Volunteers must attend clinic site (3 hrs weekly) and Care Coordination office hours from start to finish (1.5 hrs weekly).
    • First day of classes through finals week
  • Volunteers must also attend a monthly HOQI huddle (second Thursday of every month @ 5:30 pm). (1.5hrs)
  • HOQI operates on a 3 strikes policy.

Application Process

Stage I: Application Packet (all materials below are required)

  •  Online Application 
  • Resume
  • Letter of Recommendation (written on official letterhead and sent directly to hoqi@health.ufl.edu by the recommender.)

Stage II: Interviews

  • Selected applicants will receive an interview invitation.
  • We encourage all others to re-apply next semester.

If you have any questions concerning the application process, please visit the HOQI website, and click on the ‘Contact Us’ tab.