With deep roots in the Burlington area, we are proud to be members of the Alamance community. Examples of local organizations we support are:

Alamance County Area Chamber of Commerce
Burlington has a thriving economic base and we are proud to be a large employer in the area. Dr. Johnson is a previous President of the Chamber of Commerce.

Alamance-Burlington School System Board of Education
We are proud of the quality public education our schools provide. Dr. Moffitt is a former member of the Board of Education.

Children’s Museum of Alamance County
The Children’s Museum of Alamance County provides a quality experience for children of all ages. Located at 217 South Main Street in Graham, NC, the Museum encourages children to build their imagination and explore the world around them.

Alamance County Board of Health
We are proud of our community partnership with our local and state government health partners. Our providers are actively engaged in public health initiatives and closely monitor reportable diseases. Dr. Minter is a current member of the Alamance County Board of Health.

Alamance Children’s Theatre
We are pleased to support the Alamance Children’s Theatre. The community-based organization provides youth ages 8-18 with opportunities to engage in all aspects of theatrical production.

Reach Out and Read
We love families who read together. Reading to your child starting at an early age helps promote success in school. We are pleased to partner with Reach Out and Read, which provides services to over 100,000 children in North Carolina annually. Dr. Carroll is an active sponsor of Reach Out and Read.

Alamance Partnership for Children
Alamance Partnership for Children is a dynamic organization that helps promote early childhood education by providing a range of services, including early childhood programs, community resources for finding dependable childcare, and parenting classes.

AccessCare of Central Carolina
We are proud to be members of AccessCare of Central Carolina, a non-profit organization comprised of primary care physicians in North Carolina. Its goal is to improve healthcare access and quality for publicly insured and uninsured individuals.