Free clinics and community health centers are the only source of care for tens of millions of patients.
Cost, distance, and other barriers often prevent these patients from getting the specialty care they need.
With your support, we’re making complex specialty care available to everyone, when and where they need it.
What We Do
A partner in care for frontline providers.
Wherever they are, whenever they need. We’re here.
We connect frontline providers in medically underserved communities with our network of expert volunteer physicians for timely virtual consults, ongoing mentoring, and education.
Providers feel supported professionally and personally, and patients avoid long wait times, costs, and travel often associated with specialist referrals.
Maven Volunteer, MD, Endocrinology
Clinic Partner, Bolingbrook Christian Health Center
Zafar Qureshi, UHI CommunityCare Clinic
Michael Maurer, University of Miami Pediatric Mobile Clinic
Julia Tse, Merrimack Valley Accountable Care Organization
Clinic Partner, Chicago Women’s Health Center
Who We Serve
The challenges to receiving specialty care aren’t experienced equally.
Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and low-income communities are disproportionately impacted.
With telehealth, we help frontline providers at safety net clinics and community health centers deliver high-quality, complex care locally to the most medically disadvantaged among us.
Seasoned experts. Available when you need them.
MAVEN Project is proud to partner with alumni from the best medical schools and health networks in the pursuit of its mission.
- University of California Los Angeles Medical Alumni Association
- American Academy of Dermatology Association
- Northeast Telehealth Resource Center
- Mass Health DSRIP Program
- Anthem Foundation
- California Health Care Foundation
- Charles & Helen Schwab Foundation
- Direct Relief International
- Gilead Sciences
- Visiting Nurses Association Foundation
- The Westly Foundation