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

Direct all questions to Ruthie Wofford at or 919-250-0502.

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

Like the relationship we enjoy with our patients, we appreciate the same with our volunteers.  

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:

  • Physician: Provide medical care to Alliance patients.

  • Nursing Support: Provide nursing support with triage, chart reviews, specialty clinic support and quality improvements

  • Diabetes Education: Provide diabetes education in the clinic

  • Clinic Support: Provide clinic support by assembling charts, requesting medical records, completing medications paperwork, etc.

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

  • Patient Services & Administrative Support: Assist Patient Services team with greeting patients, conducting eligibility evaluations, phone calls, mailings and general office support.

Group Options:

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

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Thank you to our Clinic Volunteers: 


Dr. Frank Tudini, Volunteer Physical Therapist

“St. Paul in his letter to the Philippians tells us: ‘Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.’ The medical staff at Alliance consists of a team of caring health care providers committed to living out this message for our local community. The volunteers are professional and dedicated while the clients are appreciative for the services provided. It’s A great experience.”

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Dr. Gary Haakenson, Volunteer GYN

“I want to help fulfill the original mission of Alliance as a faith-based provider of healthcare to the UNDERSERVED in the community. Being retired has given me this great opportunity for the past 3 years.”

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Dr. Fred Horton, Volunteer Psychiatrist

“Volunteering at Alliance is rewarding both medically and emotionally. I get to give back to my community while keeping my hand in medicine as a retired psychiatrist. The excellent, supportive staff and appreciative patients make the experience worthwhile.”

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Dr. Julia Warren-Ulanch, Volunteer Physician and Endocrinologist

“Alliance Medical Ministry provides a place and opportunity for me and others who want to dedicate time and expertise to dilute the medical burden of the UNDERSERVED. I am humbled they allow me to participate.”

  • Dr. Jacque Hicks, Internal Medicine

  • Dr. Walton Joyner, Ophthalmology

  • Dr. Williard Kennedy, Cardiology

  • Dr. Charles Mann, ENT

  • Chuck McDougal, Cardiology U/S Technician

  • Doris Nicolas-Mir, Certified Diabetes Instructor

  • Dr. Wanda Radford, OB-GYN

  • Skip Roy, Physical Therapy

  • Beverly Schnick, RN

  • Carolina Family Practice/Sports Medicine

  • Dr. Robert Bilbro, Cardiology

  • Barb Deal, RN

  • Dr. Sara DeWitt, Wound Clinic

  • Debbie Entwistle, RN, Cardiovascular Technician

  • Mary Beth Gallo, Registered Dietician, Certified Diabetes Instructor

  • Dr. Juan Granados

  • Dr. Laura Helton, Internal Medicine