DEAC Student Volunteering

Photo: Students at Work 

Delivering Equal Access to Care: DEAC, the Wake Forest Student-Run Free Clinic

Interested in learning more or signing up to volunteer as a physician proctor or a student? 

Please email

Useful Links

Student Volunteer Sign-up Form 

Student Volunteer Schedule (network access only)

DEAC Forms for Floor Managers (network access only)

2013 DEAC Leadership Roster

Clinic Dress Code 

  • Official DEAC T-shirt or DEAC Polo with khaki or dress pants and closed-toed dress shoes
  • Wake Forest Student ID or Wake Forest Baptist Health ID 
  • Please note that 3rd & 4th years coming straight from rotations may dress in business casual
  • Please do not wear tight, revealing, non-professional clothing, hats, cologne/perfume, or excessive jewelry

Volunteer Positions

Clinic Volunteers 

  • MS I - IV, MDs, PAs 
  • Roles at the clinic include check-in, triage, interpreting, med team, health and wellness counseling, and phlebotomy/laboratory

Resource Pool 

  • MS I - IV 
  • Volunteer for DEAC outside the clinics

Floor Managers 

  • MS III - IV 
  • Serve as managers during clinics

Advisory Board 

  • MS III - IV, PAs, Faculty, and Community Members 
  • Student Advisory Board positions include: Fundraising, Public Relations, PA Liaison, Finance, Volunteer Recruitment & Coordination, Outcomes & Quality Improvement, DEAC Mobile & Specialty Nights, and DEAC Co-Directors.

Photo: DEAC Board of Directors 
DEAC Board of Directors, 2012

Thank you so much for your time. We hope to see you at the DEAC Clinic soon!


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