Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Doctors’ Volunteer Clinic?
A: The Doctors’ Volunteer Clinic is a community supported, volunteer-driven, non-profit clinic that acts as a safety net of services for the uninsured and low income of Southern Utah.

Q: Where is the clinic?
A: It is located at 1036 E Riverside Drive in St. George. See a map here

Q: When is the clinic open?
A :Monday through Thursday 9 am – 4 pm (closed for lunch 12-1) and Friday 9 am  – 2 pm

Q: Do I need an appointment?
A: Yes. Please call (435) 656-0022 for an appointment. We accept walk-ins according to severity of symptoms, on a first come, first served basis.

Q: Are there translators at the clinic?
A: Spanish translators are not always available so it is best to provide one of your own. We do our best to have always have a Spanish speaker on staff.

Q: What do I need to bring with me to the clinic?
A: Please bring a $10 donation. For your first appointment, you MUST BRING any medical records you have AND any medications you are taking.

Q: What is my cost to visit the clinic?
A: The Doctors’ Volunteer Clinic relies on patient donations; your donations make up an important part of the Clinic’s operating budget. You are asked to donate $10. If you cannot afford that, whatever you give is welcome. No one is turned away for inability to pay.

Q: Who are the doctors and staff?
A: All of the doctors and other medical providers, translators and other clinic workers are volunteers from the area. All medical providers are professional and licensed. This is a clinic served by the people of our community for the people of our community and you are welcome to be part of it. Meet our providers here.