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Partnering to Serve
WCFC Needs You

If you are interested in volunteering and have medical skills and abilities, have medical office experience and if licensed in the State of North Carolina, we are interested in you. For more information you may come in and complete a volunteer application or call us at 252.257.1904

LaTicia Tharrington, NP
Executive Medical Director

Founded in 1997, the North Carolina Triangle to the Coast Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure is dedicated to combating breast cancer at every front.

Three-quarters of the funds raised through community fundraising events like the Race for the Cure, Rally for the Cure, 3rd party partner events, individual donations, and corporate philanthropy are invested locally to meet the health challenges faced by women in our 29 county service area.

North Carolina
Triangle to the Coast

Visit the Susan G. Komen Websites:

You deserve Quality Health Care

The Staff and volunteers of the Warren County Free Clinic are dedicated to providing you and your family with health services that are affordable and easily accessed. Please note, that if you meet the following requirements, you may be eligible for a free mammogram:


Please help us to serve our community by donating to The Warren County Free Clinic.  You may use your debit or credit card.  All donations are tax deductible. The Warren County Free Clinic exists because of the generous donations and grants from organizations and individuals throughout North Carolina.

Service Providers (L-R): Sandra Floyd, LPN; LaTicia Tharrington, Executive Medical Director; Janelle Turner, MA

To provide free primary
health care and health
access services to the
uninsured residents of
Warren and Vance Counties
Our Mission
Warren County Free Clinic Inc.

546 West Ridgeway Street, Warrenton, NC 27589   

252.257.1904 or 252.257.2109

Copyright © 2012 Warren County Free Clinic. All rights reserved.

Evolution Design Concepts


Winnie Prince, CNA and Rosa Russell Phlebotomy, CPT ASPT

and the Clinic will positively impact them by affording access to free quality primary health care. We believe that quality health care is a right, not a privilege, that all citizens of Warren and Vance County are entitled. Most of those served are not the medicaid or “public assistance” population normally thought of as needing help, instead, they are working persons with little or no health insurance.

Volunteer, Carmalinda Early, ANP-BC

(Patients are Seen By 
Appointment Only)

The Warren-Vance Community Clinic Inc does not exclude nor deny service to anyone based upon their inability to pay a fee or otherwise, discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, culture, language, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.