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The ACP Maryland Chapter has a Volunteerism Group in order to
highlight the volunteer activities of our members, as well as help
members search for volunteer activities they might like to become
more involved in. Our goals are to disseminate information on
volunteer activities in order to support our members and encourage
other members to start volunteering.
One of the main reasons people enter the medical profession is a
desire to improve the health and well-being of others. In fact,
volunteering exemplifies the calling of medicine, and provides
opportunities to gain clinical expertise including problem-solving,
strengthening of communities in need, and improving the lives of
patients and connecting to others in a lasting and meaningful way.
The medical evidence also supports a strong relationship between
volunteering and lower mortality rates, greater functional ability,
and lower rates of depression later in life - Volunteers Live
Given all of this, we ask for your help in making this a
success! We plan to feature a MD ACP Volunteer Profile periodically
on the Chapter Web site. In order
to do this, we need volunteers to contact us as soon as possible if
they are willing to complete a brief interview for a Volunteer
Please email Dr. Linda Lee
or Dr. Regina Gan-Carden
with your name and phone number, current volunteer activity, and
best time to contact you. Of course, volunteers will be able to
review their profile prior to posting for their approval.
Secondly, we want to encourage our MD members to volunteer and
are letting you know about the ACP's Volunteerism Subcommittee.
Web site has a wealth of information about opportunities and
resources and facilitates choosing activities specific to your
interests. If you are interested in finding out more about domestic
and international opportunities currently available, please go to
the Web site and complete the
Volunteerism Network Data Form.
Thanks for your support of the MD Volunteerism Group!
Linda Lee, MD, FACP, Co-Chair
Regina Gan-Carden, MD, FACP, Co-Chair