Benefits of volunteering

"Project Access provides needy patients access to specialty care in our county. The patients are always appreciative of the services. This program fills a gap in the delivery of healthcare to all sectors of our community" (and the volunteering physicians are most satisfied with the lack of bureaucracy and overhead)”

Bulent Ender, M.D. – Wake Gastroenterology

Volunteering with Project Access allows you to donate care to the uninsured in a way that is organized, equitable and safe. We will quantify and coordinate the donated care you may already be providing, enabling you to help your uninsured patients as you would your insured patients. We take care of all the details to allow you the freedom to focus on healing.

Patients in the local Project Access initiatives will have access to medications, hospitalizations, lab testing, diagnostic imaging and other ancillary services. The Project Access system allows you to order tests, schedule hospitalizations, and care for your uninsured patients in a manner very similar to the process for caring for insured patients, without extraordinary measures.

Who can volunteer?

Health care practitioners in Wake County, including:

  • Medical Doctors
  • Osteopaths
  • Physician Assistants
  • Podiatrists
  • Laboratories
  • Imaging Service Providers
  • Ancillary support including medical transportation and translators

Ready to volunteer?

Call Pam Carpenter at 919-819-6281 or download Provider Agreement and Pledge Form and fax to Pam @ 919-723-9379

Recruitment Letter

Thank You to our Providers