N.C. Gen. Stat. 90-21.107
License Exemption: Short-Term Nonprofit Volunteer
An out-of-state health care provider who, voluntarily and within the scope of their licensure, provides health care services for up to 7 days per year under the direction of a nonprofit organization will not have to obtain a North Carolina license to practice. They must have a current license to practice in good standing in their licensing jurisdiction.
Additional licensure not required for certain volunteers
(a) A health care provider who engages in the voluntary provision of health care services in association with a sponsoring organization for no more than seven days during any calendar year shall not be required to obtain additional licensure or authorization in connection therewith if the health care provider meets any of the following criteria: (1) The health care provider is duly licensed or authorized under the laws of this State to practice in the area in which the health care provider is providing voluntary health care services and is in good standing with the applicable licensing board. (2) The health care provider lawfully practices in another state or district in the area in which the health care provider is providing voluntary health care services and is in good standing with the applicable licensing board. (b) This exemption from additional licensure or authorization requirements does not apply if any of the following circumstances exist: (1) The health care provider has been subjected to public disciplinary action or is the subject of a pending disciplinary proceeding in any state in which the health care provider is or ever has been licensed. (2) The health care provider's license has been suspended or revoked pursuant to disciplinary proceedings in any state in which the health care provider is or ever has been licensed. (3) The health care provider renders services outside the scope of practice authorized by the health care provider's license or authorization.