The College of Medicine – Tucson has a wide array of outreach initiatives that serve the local Tucson community. Below are just a few examples of how our students, faculty and staff volunteer their time.
CUP (Commitment to Underserved People) Clinics
The CUP Clinics Program is a co-curricular club of the UA College of Medicine – Tucson that provides care to the Tucson community under the supervision of volunteer attending physicians. Medical students coordinate and provide culturally appropriate preventive care, primary care, referrals, immunizations, psychiatric evaluations and diagnostic tests to patients who have no other source of health care.
For more information about the clinics and how to schedule an appointment, visit the CUP Clinic website.
Doc Talks: Leading Edge Health Information from Leading Experts
Banner – University Medicine and the UA College of Medicine – Tucson host an annual lecture series called "Doc Talks." The Tucson community is invited to the free evening lectures, which are led by physician specialists and cover important health topics.