Congratulations to our Mobile Clinic alumni, Katie Jillson ‘18 and Katie Donovan ‘18, for matriculating into medical school this cycle!
Making a difference - one patient, one resident, one human, at a time.
Welcome to Mobile Clinic at USC
Service. Community. Humanity.
As a premier medical organization based out of the University of the Southern California in Los Angeles, we are pleased to provide students with the opportunity to engage in hands-on medical service within various homeless shelters throughout the greater Los Angeles Area. The Mobile Clinic Family is composed of leaders within the USC community representing different courses of study, unique interests, and a common passion for service, community, and humanity. Becoming a member of this team will allow you to shadow physicians, interact with underserved members of our Los Angeles community, create lasting relationships with fellow Mobile Clinic peers, and most of all, obtain a greater appreciation for and understanding of the humanistic component of medicine. The Mobile Clinic Family invites you to peruse our site to gain more information about our organization, our outreach, and our team. Fight On!
Message From the President:
Whether this is your first year at USC or your last, it’s always a good time to form a community that will support you as you work towards your goals. As a freshman, I found that community to be Mobile Clinic at USC. We are a tightly knit group of very unique people who spend a lot of time devoted to making a difference in our community, and learn about medicine and the social determinants of health in the process. While we are a pre-health organization, we love diversity and encourage anyone to join our team- the only necessary requirement is compassion. Here’s to another fun and meaningful school year!
Mobile Clinic at USC President, 2018-2019.
“Mobile Clinic has given me a platform to leverage my skills as an undergraduate while serving the most vulnerable here at home. I am so appreciative for Mobile Clinic and my MC Family for keeping me grounded in my pursuit of becoming a physician and reminding me of why I fell in love with medicine in the first place."
- Joshrick Sablan, Class of 2020