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Join the 10,000+ volunteers giving back to their community!

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Invest Today!

A $295.00 contribution will, on average, sponsor a patient for an entire year at a free clinic.

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Improving Lives

See how free clinics are improving the health and well-being of their patients.

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Serving the Uninsured & Underinsured of North Carolina


1Click here for a complete directory of free clinics in North Carolina.


2 Free clinics run primarily on volunteers. North Carolina’s free clinics are fantastic places to volunteer and give back to your community. Free clinics need both medical (dental & pharmaceutical) and non-medical volunteers.

Clinic Here for a complete list of free clinics in your area. Welcome to the Team!



The NC Association of Free Clinics and its member clinics provide a tremendous Return on Investment for our supporters. In 2011, for every $1.00 invested in free clinics, $7.54 in free healthcare was provided.

On average, a $295.00 investment will provide free healthcare services to one patient for an entire year! Click Here for investment opportunities and join others who are making an 7.5-to-1 impact.



Click Here to learn more about free clinics, our mission and how we are making a significant impact in North Carolina.



Zooming in on Health Reform:

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Here is a great tool from the Kaiser Family Foundation on the impact of ACA.  It allows for zooming down to the county/city level to estimate the number of uninsured in a given area before and after ACA implementation. Click on this link to utilize the tool: Click Here

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Focus on Patient Transition from Hospital to Home Pays Off

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Payment regimens in the health care system are changing and, increasingly, hospitals will be penalized when patients are readmitted frequently. But a focus on patients transitioning from hospital to home is paying off. By Rose Hoban, NC Health News Jenny Arledge has been telling this story a lot lately, about the respiratory patient who kept coming back to the emergency department …

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Telepsychiatry Project Rolled Out Statewide

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On Friday, Gov. Pat McCrory attended the public rollout of a new statewide telepsychiatry program along with DHHS Secretary Aldona Wos, in an event at East Carolina University. The state budget passed last month provides $4 million over the next four years to bring the program to rural hospitals around the state. This story about the pilot telepsychiatry program in …

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