Certified Centers & Clinics

The ALS Association collaborates with some of the best ALS physicians and clinics across the United States to help ensure that people living with ALS have access to specialized care, based on best practices. The ALS Association’s Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence and Recognized Treatment Centers provide compassionate care in a supportive, family-oriented atmosphere.

This multidisciplinary care model brings together a team of health care professionals specially trained to address the needs of people living with ALS, allowing them to receive care from each discipline during a single visit. The care team typically includes a neurologist, physical therapist, occupational therapist, respiratory therapist, nurse, dietitian, speech language pathologist, social worker, mental health professional and an ALS Association Chapter liaison.

Find a Certified Center or Clinic below

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North Carolina

North Carolina Chapter
Atrium Health ALS Center

University of North Carolina School of Medicine – Charlotte Campus
1010 Edgehill Rd.
North Charlotte, NC 28207

704-446-6254 - Fax: 704-446-6255
Medical Director:

Benjamin Rix Brooks, M.D.

Affiliated Clinic
ALS Association Certified Center
North Carolina Chapter
Duke University ALS Center

932 Morreene Rd.
Box 3333
Durham, NC 27705

919-668-2875 - Fax: 919-668-2901
Medical Director:

Richard S. Bedlack, M.D., Ph.D.

Certified Treatment Center of Excellence
ALS Association Certified Center
North Carolina Chapter
Jim "Catfish" Hunter ALS Clinic

Outpatient Rehab Building
2310 Stantonsburg Rd.
Greenville, NC 27835

800-775-4840 or 252-752-4848
Medical Director:

Robert Frere, M.D.

Recognized Treatment Center
ALS Association Recognized Center
North Carolina Chapter
Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Center

Medical Center Blvd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27157

336-716-2323 or 336-716-2309
Medical Director:

James B. Caress, M.D. and Michael Cartright, M.D.

Certified Treatment Center of Excellence
ALS Association Certified Center