About the Open Door Clinic

Established as one of the first free clinics in North Carolina in 1985, the Open Door Clinic provides comprehensive primary care and all medications in a medical home model to more than 1,500 patients. The clinic coordinates access to specialists, lab and radiology services, and provides expedited enrollment for referrals from hospital safety net partners.

Important Notes for Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician-Assistants:
We’re mostly adult primary care providers and also include Cardiology, Pulmonary, Renal, Sports-Med, GYN, Podiatry, Ophthalmology, and would welcome almost any non-procedural specialist.

  • Volunteers’ sessions end without residual responsibilities
  • Staff manages all reports, results, consults
  • Agency can include providers within our malpractice coverage
  • Collaborate with in-house pharmacy for care-plans
  • READY TO VOLUNTEER?

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    Complete a short application to begin

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    Contact our Manager of Volunteer Services, Victoria Rucinski

    Open Door Clinic Volunteer Positions

    Required Responsibilities Help current and prospective patients fill out application to be eligible for services in our Open Door Clinic. Explain during appointments which documents are required to become eligible. Eligibility staff will provide all training for this position.

    Please Note: This is NOT a clinical position. Our clinic is located on the 2nd floor of our building. Patient registration, enrollment, and check-in is located on the 1st floor.

    Required Licenses None required. Bilingual abilities in English and Spanish is a plus!

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-1, 1-4, 5-8

    Required Responsibilities Provide diabetes education classes in English and translate to Spanish, counsel and monitor patients in prevention and disease management.

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-12, 1-4, 5-8

    Required Responsibilities Language proficiency in medical Spanish

    Required Licenses N/A

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-12, 1-4, 5-8

    Required Responsibilities Clinical intake-documenting in Allscripts Professional; Provide care for patients-including extensive immunizations and hands-on teaching (eg. DM self-monitoring)

    Required Licenses Nursing License; EMT-B Certification

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-12, 1-4, 5-9

    Required Responsibilities Advise providers regarding medication options (PT-Assistance and generics); Prepare-dispense and counsel patients about all therapies (new and refilled); Manage QS/1-NRX for tracking and labeling (English and Spanish)

    Required Licenses Pharmacy License

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-12, 1-4, 6-9

    Required Responsibilities Ability to assist pharmacist with filling Rx and other duties

    Required Licenses Rx Assistant certification preferred but not required

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-12, 1-4, 6-9

    Required Responsibilities Perform phlebotomy and sample prep for hospital lab courier’s pick-up; Minimum 6 months experience drawing blood in a work environment; Experience with straight needles (the Open Door Clinic only uses straight needles); Utilize Allscripts Professional for lab orders and labeling

    Required Licenses Phlebotomy Certificate CMA

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-12, 1-4, 5-9

     

    Required Responsibilities Provide ongoing comprehensive medical care for patients-almost all with chronic diseases, review content and manage data entry using Allscripts Professional, and guide care using comprehensive resources in medications, radiology, laboratory, and referral care.

    Required Licenses NC License

    Scheduled Shifts
    Monday-Thursday
    9-12, 1-4, 5-8

    Specialty providers are always needed!