Making a Difference: The Free Clinic Extraordinary Volunteers

Free Clinic Student

"Honestly, I initially decided to volunteer at The Free Clinic because a friend said that I might like it. I quickly fell in love with The Free Clinic and kept going back. I love serving those in need, finding creative solutions with limited resources and teaching underclassman. I enjoyed the teaching aspect of clinic so much, I am considering going into academic medicine at some point in my career."
 
Anudeep Dasaraju, is a fourth-year medical student, from Allen, Texas. He completed his Bachelor of Science in psychology at the University of Texas at Austin.

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