MD Community Service Programs

Community engagement and service-learning enhance medical education by bringing knowledge learned in the classroom to life, contributing to communities, and providing a solid foundation for professional altruism and advocacy.

The UW School of Medicine and Public Health Office of Community Service Programs aims to create, provide and support community engagement and service opportunities for and by medical and other health professions students.

The Office of Community Service Programs invites students to explore opportunities with community organizations, especially those working with underserved communities. Discover meaningful learning experiences incorporating service and civic engagement and provide useful contributions to community partners.

Student-Run Free Clinics

MEDiC is a student-led organization that runs free health clinics in the Madison area.


Docs Ought to Care

UW medical students promote the health and well-being of school-age students in the Madison area.

Doctors Ought to Care (DOC)

Other Opportunities

There are many opportunities for community service, including volunteering and mentoring.

Service opportunities