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Volunteers will screen new patients to determine if the individual meets the CCHP guidelines and are therefore eligible for services.  Volunteers meet with scheduled patients and review documentation provided by patient to determine eligibility. Volunteers will then complete paperwork to establish patient record with CCHP and complete appropriate forms with the patient.   Volunteers will observe current eligibility volunteers and receive training from clinic staff.  


Volunteer will provide assistance to the pharmacist by filling medications, checking in new medication inventory, and assisting with medication distribution to patients.  Volunteers will assist Pharmacy Team as needed with inventory control and patient communication, as well as general administrative tasks, as needed.

Pharmacy Tech/Assistant

Volunteers must provide documentation of medical license and certificate of insurance to CCHP before seeing patients.  Volunteer medical professionals provide medical care and treatment to scheduled CCHP patients, and are supported by CCHP staff and volunteers.

Medical Provider (MD, PA, NP)

Triage Volunteers (RN, CNA, LPN) must provide documentation of nursing certification(s).  Volunteers triage scheduled patients and assist providers with scheduled patients.  The volunteer will provide medical care and treatment to patients within the scope of their license and following clinic protocols. Volunteers will review medication with the patient, updating the patient chart as needed.

Triage Nurse (RN, LPN, CNA)

Volunteers assist with general office functions including data entry and management for administrative and clinic functions, general filing, assembly of medical records, patient phone calls, and  special events.

Administrative and Clerical Support

Volunteer pharmacists oversee preparation and administration of all prescription medications, as well as dispensing all prescription medications for CCHP patients.  Volunteer pharmacists work with support staff and volunteers to ensure accuracy of dispensed medications and to provide education to patients as needed.  Volunteer pharmacists must hold and provide a valid and active license to practice the profession.


Spanish speaking volunteers assist with eligibility, scheduling, and general communication between CCHP volunteers, staff, and patients.  Volunteer interpreters will work with CCHP’s Hispanic Services Coordinator.  


Volunteer assists staff with requests for medical records that are received from outside providers and other entities.

Medical Records

Community Clinic of High Point

779 N Main Street

High Point, NC 27262

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