Clinic volunteers fill a crucial need by providing specialty care, translating for patients, and filing important medical documents.

If you would like to volunteer in the clinic, complete and submit an online application.  

If you can commit to a minimum of six months of service to Alliance, we hope you will consider the individual volunteer options listed below.

Individual Options:

  • Providers: Provide direct medical care to Alliance patients (MD, DO, NP, PA in primary care or specialty care).

    • Requirements: Volunteers must have unrestricted active NC license. Malpractice insurance is preferred, but if you do not have access to it, we can provide it for you under certain terms.

    • Time commitment: Minimum once a month.

  • Nursing and Clinic Support: Provide support with triage, chart reviews, taking vital signs, and specialty clinic support.

    • Requirements: Volunteers must have an active RN (North Carolina), CNA, MA, or EMT certification.

    • Time commitment: Volunteers commit to one shift per week for at least 6 months. Shifts are 9 AM - 12 PM and 1 - 4 PM Monday through Thursday and 1 - 4 PM on Fridays.

  • Diabetes Education: Provide diabetes education to patients in the clinic.

    • Requirements: Volunteers must be a certified diabetes educator.

    • Time Commitment: Minimum once a month.

  • Medical Interpreter: Assist Spanish-speaking patients, translate for doctors, and make follow-up reminder calls.

    • Requirements: Spanish-English interpreting certification or degree preferred.

    • Time commitment: Volunteers commit to one shift per week for at least 6 months. Shifts are 9 AM - 12 PM and 1 - 4 PM Monday through Thursday and 1 - 4 PM on Fridays.

  • Patient Services & Administrative Support: Assist Patient Services team with greeting patients, conducting eligibility evaluations, phone calls, mailings, and general office support. This is a great opportunity for individuals who want to be involved with the clinic, but do not have a medical license.

    • Requirements: No license required, but proficiency in Spanish preferred.

    • Time commitment: Volunteers commit to one shift per week for at least 6 months. Shifts are 9 AM - 12 PM and 1 - 4 PM Monday through Thursday and 1 - 4 PM on Fridays.

Group Options:

  • Collection drives: Click here for a complete list of needs. Sample drives include office supplies (copy paper, stamps, pens, etc.), diabetic kits, over-the-counter medications, and healthy snacks.

  • Volunteer in the garden: Click here to learn more about setting up a garden work day for your group.

Direct all questions to Ruthie Wofford at rwofford@alliancemedicalministry.org or 919-250-0502.

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Thank you to our clinic volunteers: 

  • Dr. Williard Kennedy, Cardiology

  • Dr. Abiose Lasaki, Internal Medicine

  • Dr. Charles Mann, Physician and ENT

  • Joan McGuire, R.N.

  • Chuck McDougal, Cardiology Technician

  • Dr. Wanda Radford, OB-GYN

  • Skip Roy, Physical Therapy

  • Beverly Schnick, RN

  • Dr. Rob Turner, Physician

  • Carolina Family Practice/Sports Medicine

  • Dr. Richard Bohannon, Physical Therapist

  • Dr. Sara DeWitt, Physician and Orthopedics

  • Mary Beth Gallo, Registered Dietician, Certified Diabetes Instructor

  • Dr. Laura Helton, Internal Medicine

  • Dr. Jacque Hicks, Internal Medicine

  • Dr. Charles Hodges, Internal Medicine

  • Dr. Walton Joyner, Ophthalmology