It is our mission at Clackamas Volunteers in medicine to serve the health needs of uninsured, low-income people in Clackamas County by providing free and inclusive medical care through dedicated medical and community volunteers.


Your gift ensures that those in our community without access to health insurance are provided free care.

Get in Touch

Call: 503.722.4400

Fax: 503-722-4114

Email: info@clackamasvim.org

Clinic Hours

Monday – Wednesday 10:00 – 5:00
Thursday 11:00 – 7:00

Eye Care

Due to COVID-19  vision appointments are being made on a limited basis. Call for an appointment.



Join our team and become a valuable part of CVIM.

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Basic health screenings, including lab work, medical supplies, and referrals when needed.
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Preventive care increases an individuals capacity to work and improve their quality of life.
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Helping patients see better to function in their daily life.
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physical therapy

Maximizing what a patient can do and assisting in the prevention and rehabilitation.

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covid-19 Information

We do NOT test for COVID-19. Please see below for a list of testing sites that do not require insurance in Oregon. If you have mild symptoms, please stay home and self-isolate. If you are having symptoms such as sever shortness of breath or high fever please visit your nearest Emergency Department.

CVIM is offering telemedicine appointments by phone or video and a very limited amount of in person appointments. We are working hard to provide care to our patients while operating in the safest manner possible.

help stop the spread!

Wash Your Hands

Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. Washing hands is the best prevention against Covid-19, especially after sneezing or coughing.

Social Distance

Practice social distancing and stay 6 feet (or more) from others.

Wear a Mask

Wear a mask to protect you and others.

Covid Resources

We have collected a list of Clackamas County Resources for Covid-19 Testing.

Healthcare or Rent…

Which Would You Choose?

Many of our patients come to us with this choice to make…healthcare or rent?? Grocieries or medication? Since Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine opened its doors more than seven years ago, our patient list grows with each passing year. With YOUR help, our patients won’t have to choose between two very important needs.

we are on your side

You are welcome here

The minute you walk into the CVIM clinic we want you to know that have entered a safe and welcoming environment. Our services are offered in Spanish and English. If you need an interpreter we will try our best to provide one for you.

Thank you Dr. Dennis Mayer

It is with a bittersweetness that we recently said a goodbye to Dr. Dennis Mayer. Dr. Mayer has been a CVIM volunteer provider since 2015 and has done over 350 hours of volunteer work. Happy Retirement Dr. Mayer!

The Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine Community is so grateful to have had Dennis be a part of the clinic. He has been a compassionate doctor to patients and a kind mentor (and bestower of ice cream!) to the scribes.

“Every individual matters.

Every individual has a role to play.

Every individual makes a difference.”

Jane Goodall

As much as Dennis will be missed here at CVIM we know he is going to enjoy spending time with his Katy, family and being PopPop to his three granddaughters…and that he gets to “better his golf game” to his heart’s desire!

A lot of people think that being homeless is a choice or the result of bad character. It’s not. The people at CVIM get that. Here I am just ‘Robert’, someone that matters and deserves respect.”

– robert

Stay up-to-date with the clinic’s featured stories, events, and other news


We have immediate volunteer openings for specific needs. The gift of your time and expertise is one of the most important ways that you can help your community. The work we do at Volunteers In Medicine is incredibly rewarding. Apply now…we need you!



The Lions Club Foundations ‘Vision Provider of the Year’ award was presented to Dr. Barbara Briscoe and CVIM. Since our partnership began in 2015, Dr. Briscoe has ordered more than 300 pairs of glasses for her patients at the clinic.



Dr. Ken Martin was featured in the Lake Oswego Review. With a career in medicine spanning nearly five decades, find out why Dr. Martin considers his volunteer work with Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine—The Founders Clinic a “win-win.”


County Employees Donate to CVIM

 Clackamas County’s Mental Health Clinic (MHC) recently rallied support for CVIM and donated $500 that they raised by organizing a chili contest followed by a pie contest and a cookie contest! . We couldn’t be more grateful for their generosity. Clackamas County’s Mental Health Clinic (MHC) and Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) have different missions but are connected by their passion for access to care. Both clinics opened in 2012 and serve many of the same patients. (click to see the full article!)



Volunteer Hours This Year Through October 2020…Thank You Volunteers!!!


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A Special thanks to our restaurant donors

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Oregon City, OR 97045 


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Oregon City, OR 97045



CVIM's Tax ID Number is 37-1621141.

All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM)-The Founders Clinic is a 501 (C)(3) non profit organization.

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