Community Service

Our practice believes in giving back to the community that we serve. We are involved in several charitable projects.

The Care Clinic

Dr. Wynne-Hall proudly volunteers her services for the patients of the community at the Care Clinic on a regular basis.

The Care Clinic was first established in September of 1992 by Sister Jean Rhodes with a $10,000 grant from the Catholic Social Ministries of the Raleigh Diocese. The clinic provides medical services as well as dental services to individuals who do not qualify for other assistance programs.

Donated Dental Services

Donated Dental Services is one of several national humanitarian programs developed and coordinated by the National Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped.

Donated Dental services links disabled or aged individuals needing care for seriously-neglected problems with a network of 13,428 volunteer dentists. Dr. Wynne-Hall has provided care for such qualified individuals since joining the program in June of 2010.

Medical and Dental Bus Ministry of North Carolina

The Medical/Dental Bus Ministry of North Carolina Baptist Men began in 1989 to help the physical and spiritual needs of those in your community. NC Baptist Men offer the use of the medical/dental buses to Baptist and non-Baptist churches and service organizations within North Carolina who wish to reach out to people in need. Patients targeted through this ministry may include people without insurance, the impoverished, Hispanic and other ethnic groups, migrant workers, fair workers, the homeless, the elderly, and more.

Dr. Wynne-Hall and staff volunteer services for the bus when the bus is at the Cumberland County Fair.


Other volunteer activities include participation at Career Day activities for various Cumberland County Schools, classroom visits for Children's Dental Health Month as well as many Health Fairs held in the area.