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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is responding to a disturbing incident caught on camera involving one of their volunteers.

The video was posted to YouTube by Isaiah Baskins on Thursday and shows a volunteer with the hospital angrily ordering Baskins and his family to leave.

It is unclear what led up to the incident prior to when Baskins started filming. Baskins claims in the video that he and his family were victims of racism.

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center sent FOX8 the following statement regarding the incident on Friday evening:

"Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is shocked and appalled at the behavior demonstrated by our volunteer in this video. We deeply regret this and have apologized to those affected by this behavior. This behavior does not reflect our identity or our values. This individual is no longer a volunteer with our organization.

"Wake Forest Baptist is dedicated to providing an inclusive environment for all, with respect, dignity and compassion. This commitment is unwavering and reinforced every day by our dedicated faculty and staff."

Baskins emailed FOX8 the video on Friday evening but when we requested an interview we did not hear back from him.

You can watch the entire video by clicking here(Warning: The video contains explicit language that may be offensive to some viewers.)