SBxCHL Projects

The South Bronx Community Health Leaders Program offers its participants a myriad of volunteer, research and clinical opportunities. Listed below are some of the current projects connected with our Leadership Program

Programs requiring ID

Elderly Outreach

Volunteers make weekly social calls to the elderly patient population in an effort to provide support and ease any isolation

Pediatric Screeners

Volunteers screen patients for pediatric developmental issues by administering surveys/questionnaires telephonically before visits

Social Determinants of Health Screeners

Volunteers screen parents of pediatric patients for social determinants of health and providing resources afterwards

Chronic Care Management

Volunteers conduct outreach to follow up with patients on chronic care management

 

PreK/3K Calls

Volunteers follow up with families contacted regarding PreK/3K information, resources, and assistance last year 

Patient Experience Surveys

Volunteers conduct patient experience or satisfaction surveys for patients who participated in remote/telehealth appointments

Grow NYC Fresh Food Box program

Volunteers assist with local distribution of weekly bags with fruits/vegetables in front of the clinic

Virtual Shadowing 

Participants virtually shadow Dr. Qadeer and Dr. Frias in the Montefiore clinic

(THIS DOES NOT COUNT AS VOLUNTEERING)

Programs NOT requiring ID

Community Pesquisa Project

Volunteers contribute to the planning and administration of surveys in South Bronx communities to gather data on the impact of COVID-19, and provide needed resources to the survey takers.

Newsletter

Volunteers create monthly newsletters updating the clinic staff, SBxCHL members, patients, and community partners about SBxCHL activities, accomplishments, plans, stories, updates, and highlights on SBxCHL members and important health topics/issues

Website

Volunteers create, edit, and update the website on SBxCHL

Social Media

Volunteers conduct outreach to follow up with patients on chronic care management