About the Student Managers

 

Active Student Managers

Student managers play a special role at HOMES Clinic. Managers are responsible for preparing student volunteers for the day, assisting in triage of potential patients, addressing social issues of drop-in visits as needed, compiling patient documentation, and overall ensuring that the clinic day runs smoothly. This is a very unique experience for students to explore the behind-the-scenes side of how a clinic is run.

 
  • Lakshmi Nagarajan
  • Ankita Patro
  • Kayla Riggs
  • Shruti Sakhuja
  • John Tucker Sigalos
  • Erica Smith
  • Tianlin Sun
  • Monica Tamil
  • Tommy Tran
  • Hannah Trino
  • Michelle Walters
  • Brandon Wang
  • Jorge Aceves
  • Kausar Ali
  • Alex Aria
  • Joniqua Ceasar
  • Ashley Chang
  • Kayla Colvill
  • Sydney Dittman
  • Hilary Eichelberger
  • Harish Eswaran
  • Max Goulas
  • Nadia Haj-Ismail
  • Nova Hou

Becoming a Student Manager

Before becoming a manager, students must volunteer at least 3 times at HOMES Clinic and must complete 3 manager-in-training sessions (within about 2 months) during which they learn hands-on about the roles of a clinic manager. If you have met the clinical volunteer shifts requirement and are interested in becoming a student manager, please email homes.manage@gmail.com.


Triage/Admittance Form:

Manager Resources

All documents are located in our Manager Resources folder in Google docs. If you are a manager or manager in training and do not yet have access to that folder, please email homes.manage@gmail.com and/or click one of the document links here and request access via Google drive. Other helpful documents are located in that folder as well, including individual patient forms (as opposed to packets).

Pharmacy student worksheets and information can be found under the UHCOP Student page.

For clinical students, the Clinical Student Handbook is a great reminder and refresher on the role of the clinical student and can be found under the Typical Day page.


Patient Form Packets:


History and Physical Form:


New Reimbursement Request Form (as of Summer 2016): 


Homeless Verification Form


Cathedral Clinic Hours:

Monday: 8-4

Tuesday: 8-4, women and children only

Wednesday: 8-4 

Thursday: CLOSED

Friday: 8-12

Saturday: 8-12

Sunday: 9-2, HOMES

*For days/hours of specific services provided at Cathedral Clinic visit HHH website by clicking here.

In Case of Emergent Situations:

Beacon Security: 832-316-8883

HHH Incident Reporting:

Needlestick Protocols:


Community Resources:

**For an extensive list of available resources please visit the Help Card Web App available through the Coalition for the Homeless**

Patients need an ID before applying for Harris Health's Financial Assistance Program (previously called the Gold Card). Both obtaining an ID and Gold Card are multi-step processes requiring travel between multiple organization sites. See instructional documents below:

Patients with a Gold Card need to call the appointment line to get setup with a PCP if they are not already:

Other various services, varying in eligibility and requirements: