Posted by on Nov 12, 2012 in |

“The volunteer doctors get a lot more out of it than what we deliver to the patients,” Dr. Cheslock says. “When you work for pay, you’re exhausted, tired out by it. When you take that out of the equation and you’re freed to just focus on helping people, it’s energizing.  At the end of the day, you leave feeling better than when you walked in.”

Dr. Gene Cheslock, Chairman of the Board and volunteer physician
Parker Family Health Center
Red Bank, New Jersey

Learn how the VIM national office assisted Dr. Cheslock in developing the Parker Family Health Center, Red Bank’s VIM clinic.