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Calling All Health Care Providers! Volunteers Needed!

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDDHS) is seeking ways to bolster North Carolina’s Health Care System. Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary of NCDHHS, has asked for volunteer health care providers and medical professionals who are willing to deploy to affected areas or to provide patient care to register with the North Carolina Training, Exercise, and Response Management System (NC TERMS). See Dr. Cohen’s letter here.  Physicians, Physician extenders, Nurses, EMS Personnel, Pharmacists, Radiology Technicians and Respiratory Technicians are all needed to support our health care system and can register to volunteer at https://terms.ncem.org/TRS/.  In addition, Dr. Cohen is asking for non-clinical volunteers to perform facility maintenance, assist with facility safety and perform administrative services.  If you are willing to volunteer to serve those in need, please register!

Please visit our COVID-19 Resource Center for more information related to the Coronavirus outbreak.


Elizabeth P. McCullough advises and defends health care providers in matters involving patient care issues and risk management issues. This includes representing clients in medical malpractice cases and educating and advising them in matters pertaining to EMR, supervision of mid-level providers, compliance issues and HIPAA, HITECH and other security issues.

Contact Elizabeth at Elizabeth.McCullough@youngmoorelaw.com or (919) 861-5071.


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