Our ministry is intended to help low-income people without insurance receive the medical care, prescriptions, and advice they need when they cannot afford treatment elsewhere.
Since mid-2003, the Clinic has treated more than 8,000 patients. It is supported by local individuals, churches, and businesses.
Good Samaritan Clinic Good Samaritan logois an ecumenical health care ministry, which seeks to reclaim the biblical and historical commitment of the church to care for the poor. With the volunteer services of health care professionals, along with the Good Samaritan Clinic staff and volunteers, the Clinic provides on-site affordable health care for the working poor, children, the elderly and the homeless. The Clinic cares for the whole person by providing not only medical care but counseling, health education and preventive care. It reaches out to the entire community by providing and encouraging health lifestyles and disease prevention.