Making A Difference: The Free Clinic Extraordinary Volunteers

Tello

“My desire to volunteer at The Free Clinic stems from me wanting to give back to what I consider my community at large, which is the poor. I grew up in Del Paso Heights, which was a food dessert, until this decade, and one of Sacramento's ghettos.

Volunteering at The Free Clinic has furthered my desire to help people from communities of need, specifically, the Spanish-speaking patients. The Free Clinic gives me the opportunity to communicate with these patients in their language.”

Alejandro Espinosa-Tello, is a second-year medical student, from Sacramento, California. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas San Antonio.

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School of Medicine

School of Medicine

Since 1969, the School of Medicine has graduated more than 3,000 physicians. The school aims to provide quality lab space, recruit creative, innovative research faculty, and develop graduate students and postdoctoral fellows for lifelong careers in medical research.

Today, more than 20 percent of the practicing physicians in West Texas have graduated from the School of Medicine or its residency programs.