Contact Information

MFW Clinic Contact Page

Contact your given scheduler to sign up for the 2019 clinics. Please remember to provide your primary phone number and email address.

UConn Faculty Physicians (M.D., D.O.)

Any physician wishing to precept must have a faculty appointment from either the UConn School of Medicine or UConn Health in order to be covered under our umbrella malpractice liability insurance policy to see patients and precept students at the UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

If you do NOT have a current appointment and wish to be considered for a year-long appointment so you may volunteer at this and other free community-based UConn clinics, please send your current CV to Shannon McClure. Questions? Call Shannon at 860-679-4223.

For UConn faculty physicians looking to be scheduled, please contact Beth Sheils. Call Beth at 860-539-3057 with your name, cell number and preferred dates

MD Residents, Current and Incoming Medical Students

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: View the Learning Module video “Health Care for Vulnerable Patients

Step 3: Complete the video survey

Step 4: To be scheduled, email Will Bogaert with your name, cell number and preferred dates

Questions? Contact Will Bogaert or 860-388-7261

Fluent or Native Spanish Language Speaker Willing to Volunteer as a Medical Interpreter

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: To be scheduled contact Christian Caceres,860-853-0818 with your name, cell number and preferred dates

Step 3: Prior to volunteering at the clinic, we encourage interpreters to review the PowerPoint and take a look at the Spanish medical interpreting resources available on our website.

Note: If you are currently enrolled in an educational program (undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, graduate program) please be sure to indicate this in the “Other” section of the application that you are interested in being a medical interpreter and list your current or recently completed educational level.

UConn School of Dental Medicine Faculty

Dental professionals must have faculty appointment at the UConn School of Dental Medicine or UConn Health to be covered under our umbrella malpractice liability insurance policy to see patients and precept students at the UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

If you do NOT have a current appointment and wish to be considered for a year-long appointment so you may volunteer at this and other free community-based UConn clinics, please send your current CV to Shannon McClure. Questions? Call Shannon at 860-679-4223.

For UConn dental faculty members looking to be scheduled, please contact Michaela Matos, 203-690-6396 with your name, cell number and preferred dates.

Incoming and Current UConn School of Dental Medicine Students

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: Contact Farah Themistocle, 914-882-1929 with your name, cell number and preferred dates

Step 3: View the Learning Module video “Health Care for Vulnerable Patients

Step 4: Complete the video survey

Fluent or Native Spanish Language Speaker Willing to Volunteer as a Dental Interpreter

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: Contact Chole Broquet, 203-927-9445 with your name, cell number and preferred dates

UConn Pharmacy Students

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: Contact Mary Ann Phaneuf, 860-486-2999 with your name, cell number and preferred dates

Step 3: View the Learning Module video “Health Care for Vulnerable Patients

Step 4: Complete the video survey

Note: Students are selected by lottery

UConn Physical Therapy Students and Faculty

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: Contact Craig Denegar, 860-486-0052 with your name, cell number and preferred dates.

Step 3: View the Learning Module video “Health Care for Vulnerable Patients

Step 4: Complete the video survey

If You Are Currently Enrolled as Undergraduate Student, Recently Graduated with Undergraduate Degree, Enrolled in Post-Baccalaureate Program, a UConn B.S./M.D. Program Student or Are Currently Applying to Health Profession Schools/Programs

Unfortunately, we are no longer accepting applications in 2019 for this categories. Annually we can accept only 60 volunteers from this group on a first come/first serve basis. In 2019, these 90 volunteer slots were filled within 3 weeks of the annual application open date of April 1st.

Please mark your calendars to apply for the 2020 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic immediately after the application is posted on January 2020.

Exception: If you are COMPLETELY FLUENT IN SPANISH and WILLING and ABLE to interpret in a medical setting, we could use your help as a medical interpreter at specific 2020 clinics. If so, go to the section above, “Fluent or Native Spanish Language Speaker Willing to Volunteer as a Medical Interpreter” for more information about applying.

Quinnipiac Physician Assistant Students

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: Contact Alexandra Holmes with your name, cell number and preferred date.

Step 3: View the Learning Module video “Health Care for Vulnerable Patients

Step 4: Complete the video survey

High School Students

If you are shadowing a UConn faculty parent at the clinic?

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: Have your parent contact Beth Sheils, 860-539-3057 with both of your names, cell numbers and preferred dates.

For all other High School Students:

Please contact Guislea Laureano to inquire about availability in Central AHEC's "MFW Camp" for High School Students

 

All Other Health Professional and Non-Clinical Volunteers

Step 1: Apply to the 2019 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic.

Step 2: Contact Shannon McClure, 860-679-4223 with your name, cell number and preferred dates