We are currently seeking licensed physical therapists to supervise University of Utah DPT students at CBC Community Health Student-Run Physical Therapy Clinic and our Neuro Pro Bono Clinic. As an attending you will assist student treatment teams in clinical decision making during examinations, carrying out interventions, and documentation.
- Participate in community service: Our goal is to provide physical therapy access to those who would not otherwise be able to due to cost, lack of health insurance, or any other reasons.
- Collaborate with DPT students: We are passionate about developing the next generation of physical therapists. Our Pro Bono clinics serve as an essential means to gain experience and learn from experienced physical therapists in the field.
- Connect with the University: Volunteering will create connections to faculty and students in the physical therapy department.
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Click on the SignUp.com button below to sign up or look for future openings. If this is your first time volunteering, please contact our attending liaison (see contact information below) before signing up.
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If you are interested in volunteering but have not received any information regarding our patient care needs OR if you have any further questions, please contact our board’s Attending Liaisons:
Alexis Houghton: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheduling, More Info, Cancellations
Phone: 385-887-9002 (please leave a message)
49 Center St
Midvale, UT 84047
Monetary (cash or check) and equipment donations can also be made at the main office of the Department of Physical Therapy, 520 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, 84108 (located in Research Park). Checks should be made out to the Department of Physical Therapy, just write Pro-bono clinic in the memo line.
All donations are tax deductible and all funds will go directly to the clinic. Although we are currently unable to accept large pieces of equipment, we would greatly appreciate many smaller items and supplies (e.g., variety of tape, resistance bands, small free weights, medicine balls, foam rollers, ice packs, hand sanitizer, etc).