Licensed Clinical Volunteers

DAWN Health

Aurora, CO, USA Remote


Medical Professionals (Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, and Clinical Pharmacists) / Attention to detail and systematic way of working

Apr 19

Our Story

DAWN is the product of community partnership and primary care advocacy. In the fall of 2013, a group of Aurora community leaders as well as interprofessional learners and faculty from the Anschutz medical campus gathered. It was a convening meeting to launch a local chapter of Primary Care Progress (now Intend Health Strategies) and discuss what could be done to support primary care on the Anschutz medical campus and in the Aurora community. Many ideas were generated and there were two emergent conclusions from that meeting:

(1) There was a large unmet need for primary care in the Aurora community, particularly for the uninsured and this was evidenced by recent community needs assessments and voiced by community health leaders and

(2) The interprofessional faculty and students (who had mostly not met prior to that day!) were inspired to work together to have the academic community be a part of the solution.

The idea of starting an interprofessional, student-run clinic was born. The interprofessional health students, resident physicians and faculty took to classrooms, campus meetings and informal gatherings to welcome all interested into the work. Almost every health profession from the Anschutz Medical Campus joined along with psychology learners and faculty from Denver University. The movement would not have turned into a reality without the support of partners in the community. The Fields Foundation was a local 501c3 that had been desiring to start providing healthcare services for years. Under sponsorship from the Fields Foundation and in partnership with many other valued community organization supporters, Dedicated to Aurora’s Wellness and Needs (DAWN) was opened in March 2015.

DAWN has continued to grow and expand since 2015, incorporating specialty care services, social services navigation, adding educational initiatives and innovating based on input from community. It incorporated as its own non-profit, 501c3 entity in late 2018.


Support the underserved, Educate and Inspire future health leaders, Transform Aurora’s health.


  1. We provide patient centered care to meet the needs of the diverse underserved population of Aurora.
  2. We collaborate with community partners to overcome socioeconomic and cultural barriers to patient health and wellness.
  3. We cultivate passion for underserved healthcare through interprofessional teamwork.
  4. We foster future providers to become leaders who are proponents for change in primary care.

Volunteer in the Clinic

Clinical Volunteers

Our clinical volunteer workforce is made up of licensed healthcare professionals and current interprofessional health students from Anschutz Medical Campus, Denver University and other partner training institutions. We are a highly interprofessional, integrated practice. We welcome volunteer interprofessional health students and licensed clinical providers from almost any discipline. Our most common licensed clinical volunteers include primary care providers, medical specialists, clinical pharmacists, occupational and physical therapists, nurses, behavioral health providers and more. Licensed clinical providers may volunteer to serve in telehealth only or provide care both via telehealth and in-person clinics. If you would like to get involved to support the underserved population in Aurora and train the next generation of interprofessional healthcare providers, please submit the Volunteer Interest Form.

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DAWN Health

We provide patient-centered care to meet the needs of the diverse population of Aurora.