University of Washington School of Medicine

Poverty and Assistance:

COVID-19 and Unstable Housing – Student assists in identifying COVID-19 positive patients with unstable housing via chart review, so that community partners can follow up with these individuals on their treatment. In addition, affected locations can be notified and widespread testing performed if necessary. [Staffed] [Facilitated by UW Covid-19 Student Service Corps]

Contact Information:

Joanna Liao (Volunteer Coordinator) (csscuw@uw.edu)


Research and Data Collection:

COVID-19 Antibody & Plasmapheresis Testing – Students working with principal investigator to contact individuals who have expressed interest in being screened for plasmapheresis testing. [Staffed] [Facilitated by UW Covid-19 Student Service Corps]

Contact Information:

Joanna Liao (Volunteer Coordinator) (csscuw@uw.edu)


Research and Data Collection:

Increasing Awareness of COVID-19 and Pets – Students working with principal investigator to perform outreach to medical providers about the study. [Staffed] [Facilitated by UW Covid-19 Student Service Corps]

Contact Information:

Joanna Liao (Volunteer Coordinator) (csscuw@uw.edu)


Screening and Testing:

COVID-19 Mobile Testing: Students provide support for hospital staff at two mobile sites offering COVID-19 testing for individuals experiencing homelessness. [Internal] [Facilitated by UW Covid-19 Student Service Corps]

Contact Information:

Joanna Liao (Volunteer Coordinator) (csscuw@uw.edu)


Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine

Screening and Testing:

Aiding in monitoring people who test positive for COVID-19 via phone.

Contact Information:

Internal Activity | General Email: leila.harrison@wsu.edu


Resource Production and Acquisition:

Making cloth masks for patients with colds or isolated with droplet precautions so that the surgical and N95 masks can be saved for the health care workers.

Contact Information:

Internal Activity | General Email: leila.harrison@wsu.edu


Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine (PNWUCOM)

General Services:

Our efforts is evolving and expanding, but we are actively working on projects regarding:

– providing childcare to frontline providers in need

– PPE collection/production

– Errand running for healthcare workers, immunocompromised community members, and those with physical disabilities

– Appreciation for healthcare providers and delivery truck drivers

– Senior outreach (card writing, Facetime isolated seniors)

Contact Information:

Katie Buckman (yakimavscovid19@gmail.com)