Welcome to Volusia Charitable Clinic 

a project of Volusia Volunteers in Medicine  

Our Mission is to meet the health and wellness needs of the working uninsured population in our community, while providing compassionate and comprehensive care with dignity and respect. 

Who We Are

We are a volunteer-based medical facility providing health care for the working uninsured in need of medical care. We provide quality, charitable health care and preventative medical services in a caring environment to the working uninsured in Volusia County and the greater Daytona Beach area. The facility is not an emergency room or a walk-in clinic, but an appointment only primary care clinic. Patients will have to meet certain criteria before being seen. We are an initiative of the Daytona Beach Vision Foundation and are in partnership with Halifax Hospital, Florida Hospital, Bethune Cookman University, the Volusia County Health Department and other community health organizations. Widespread community support has included medical equipment and service, volunteers, and donations.  

The Volusia Volunteers in Medicine clinic began providing free health care to the working uninsured residents of Volusia County in August of 2015. Since then, the clinic has grown to more than 20 hours of patient care each week and has seen more than 380 patients. 

Quality medical care begins with skilled, experienced and caring professionals. Our patients are taken care of by a volunteer physicians and medical providers, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurses in our community. We rely upon the volunteerism and dedication of caring professionals in our community. Please contact us if you would like to help and donate your time or resources to our cause. 


Our patients are the reason our clinic was created. We want to help the working uninsured stay healthy and have access to primary care services. In order to become one of our patients, you must meet certain criteria. 

Learn About Our Eligibility Requirements 


Our all-volunteer staff includes: Physicians, Nursing Professionals, Medical Professionals, Social Workers and Community Individuals.

The program is a volunteer medical staff working with state-provided Sovereign Immunity.

We are always looking for volunteers to join our team! Some volunteers we need are:

  • Physicians 
  • Dentists
  • Therapists
  • Nursing Professionals
  • Social Workers 
  • Medical Professionals
  • Office assistants

Community Benefits

  • Healthier workforce in our community.

  • Reduces hospital emergency care visits for chronic illness and indigent patients. 

  • Provides primary healthcare which reduces likelihood of major illnesses (Heart Attack, Stroke, etc.)

  • Frees up public dollars.

  • Provides quality health care in a loving and caring environment.

  • Provides practical learning opportunities for graduating nursing students.

  • Builds a stronger sense of community by providing care givers and volunteers the opportunity to improve community health in a loving and caring environment.

  • Healthier workforce in our community.



In 2012, 1 of every 5 adults age 19-65 in Volusia County had no health insurance. That’s 63,000 of our employed neighbors. By late 2016, after further implementation of the Affordable Care Act that number will be projected at 23,000 uninsured adults.


Our taxpayer supported hospital emergency rooms serve as the primary care facilities for these adults at an average cost of $2,431/non trauma care visit (credit: Halifax Health and Florida Hospital).


Citizens of Daytona Beach identified the need for health care for the working uninsured.


Only 4 non-hospital facilities in Volusia County (two in the greater Daytona Beach area) provide care to working uninsured adults.


Top Five Chronic Coniditions Treated at Our Clinic:

  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Cholesterol 
  • Respiratory 
  • Arthritis


Estimated Type of Care Provided:

  • 81% Chronic
  • 16% Short-Term Illness
  • 3% Preventitive 

Interested in becoming part of our team or making a difference in our community?

With the funds donated by individuals and businesses, we can offer the comprehensive health services that low-income, underserved patients need. We have received donations of office furniture, exam tables, pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and equipment. Through our partnerships, we provide free prescription medications and mental health assistance. Local volunteers make a difference for the patients in a variety of roles including: receptionists, schedulers, greeters, eligibility screeners and other office support.