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Amal Khdour

Amal Khdour is the founder of Al-Aqsa Community Clinic. 

In February of 2009, Mrs. Khdour, along with a diverse group of local women, came together to address the unmet needs of our community.

After being a part of community efforts to help the new refugees to the triad area, I became acutely aware of the challenge of receiving healthcare if you are uninsured or unable to afford to see the doctor. We came together as a community to provide these much needed healthcare services at zero cost to our patients. No one should have to choose between their health and being able to provide for their family.

Amal Khdour - 2022

Al-Aqsa Community Clinic is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving the uninsured and those in need. All contributions made to ACC are tax deductible.

Our Volunteers

It is because of the efforts of our volunteers and community contributions that Al-Aqsa Community Clinic has been running successfully. All of our staff, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and office staff are volunteers.


We are proud to be a 100% volunteer organization.

ACC is always in need of volunteers. In particular, we are in need of licensed health professionals.


If you would like to volunteer at our clinic, please fill out the volunteer application below, or contact us at (336) 350-1642.


Our Achievements 

Al Aqsa Clinic was opened on February 2, 2009 as a free clinic that was fully staffed by volunteers. In 2009, we were treating 300 patients. Currently, we have now served over 2,889 patients since then. Our continuous vision is to be the Triad's best source for high quality health care services. Al Aqsa Clinic works to provide both traditional and holistic medical treatment for our community in a compassionate and caring environment.

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