Her Care Connection is our flagship program to empower abortion-vulnerable women and couples with the free, quality, and life-affirming care and support she needs to choose life.
Our staffed interns reach out to women who feel like they have no choice and connect them with community resources, including our own “Save the Storks” Medical Ultrasound Bus.
Our Mobile Unit
Our Her Care Connection Mobile Medical Unit provides free ultrasounds, pregnancy testing, and medical care to educate and empower women and couples in El Paso and Southern NM facing unexpected pregnancies. We have a Physician in New Mexico and an ObGyn in El Paso as Medical Directors to provide care in both Texas and New Mexico, a Nurse Manager, two ultrasound technicians, and a team of young adults as outreach interns who together provide and connect our clients with free, quality, and life-affirming medical care and pregnancy resources.
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We bring the absolute best possible quality to women with a full-size GE Voluson S8 Touch, which brings the latest in HDLive 2D/3D/4D ultrasound imaging right to the front doors of local abortion facilities, giving abortion-vulnerable women a miraculous high-definition window into their womb. 2D ultrasounds are the traditional flat black and white still images, 3D ultrasounds add depth to create a contoured 3D image, and 4D images capture motion to show a moving image of life in the womb!
Our Mobile Unit has an on-board 4G WiFi hotspot wherever it goes, which allows us to enter a woman’s phone number into our ultrasound machine and instantly send her a text message directly to her phone. This message includes a secure link to a HIPAA-compliant mobile patient portal, with instant access to all her 2D/3D/4D ultrasound images and videos of her baby, which she can immediately download to her phone and share with friends, family, and social media.
Job & Volunteer Opportunities
Paid Part-Time Position
The Her Care Connection Internship is a unique and exciting opportunity for young adults seeking to gain real-world experience, explore and discern opportunities, form and grow personally, and be a part of the real and practical solution to building a local Culture of Life. Working as Sidewalk Referral Agents, interns will gain on-the-street experience working as part of our Medical Ultrasound Bus team, connecting abortion-vulnerable women and couples facing unexpected pregnancies to the life-affirming care she needs to choose life! The intern will also have the opportunity cultivate networking skills with community resources across the borderland region, including various Pregnancy Help Centers in El Paso and Las Cruces.
This paid internship a personally enriching opportunity offering excellent resume experience for UTEP, EPCC, and NMSU students seeking further education or careers in the pro-life movement, or in fields such as counseling, human services, psychology, behavioral sciences, marketing, family development, health professions, research, philosophy, religious studies, and more!
Volunteer or Paid Part-Time Position
The Coalition for Life is looking for a volunteer sonographer to help one per week on Wednesdays from approximately 7:30am to 2:30pm. Schedule is subject to change based on the active hours of the abortion centers. There may also be an opening for paid employment depending on availability and need.
Candidates must be a certified Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS). New Mexico requires an additional state license for sonographers, but Texas does not, so you must also be licensed in New Mexico or willing to apply for the license.
The Mobile Sonographer will follow our policies and procedures and function as a healthcare provider who, working under the delegated authority of our supervising physicians, serves as a medical imaging professional providing clinically relevant information to assist the physician with the diagnosis and treatment of patients using a GE Voluson S8 Touch 2D/3D/4D ultrasound machine on board our state-of-the-art and life-saving Mobile Medical Unit! The Sonographer activities are performed consistent with their education and training, and in accordance with organizational policies and procedures and applicable professional standards.