Good Samaritan operates as a primary care clinic. We provide a full range of services and referrals to specialty physicians, as well as the majority of medications free of charge to our patients. We are able to coordinate care for our patients by providing them in-clinic access to numerous healthcare services. Good Samaritan does not duplicate any healthcare services that are offered for free elsewhere.


DoctorWe offer a full range of services that include examination, assessment, and treatment plan. Select laboratory work, diagnostic testing, medications, and referrals are available as needed for our patients. We offer comprehensive care for patients with chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, and COPD.

We see patients in our Medical Clinic: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 to 4:00, and Thursday from 8:00 to 12 Noon
(Closed daily 12-1 for lunch)
Tuesday Night Clinic every 2nd Tuesday of each month


DentistGood Samaritan Clinic is fortunate to have dentists in the Cullman Community volunteer their time and services for our patients in need of routine dental exams, x-rays, and extractions. Dental patients are initially seen in the Clinic by our Nurse Practitioner and then placed on the schedule of one of our dental providers in his/her practice to receive dental care.


Diabetic We have many services available to our Diabetic patients. We offer diabetic education, nutrition education as well as monitors, test strips, and lancets to patients of Good Samaritan. In addition, we are able to refer them to a local ophthalmologist for routine eye exams.


Hearing TestGood Samaritan has been offering hearing tests for our patients since May 2004. We currently see patients the 1st Thursday of every month for hearing tests. A retired Audiologist, certified with the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association, provides testing free of charge for our patients. If it is determined that a patient needs a hearing aid and meets the financial requirements, we work with the Hear Now program to provide hearing aids at no cost to the patient.


MedicationsThrough the Patient Assistance Program and support of the healthcare community, we are able to provide the majority of medications free of charge to our patients who are unable to afford the high cost of prescription drugs. Our Patient Advocate assists patients in getting their medicine by applying for medications through established pharmaceutical programs. In 2015, Good Samaritan Clinic dispensed 10,546 prescriptions having a retail value of $4.2 million.
Good Samaritan patients may pick up their medications during normal clinic hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 to 4:00, and Thursday from 8:00 to 12 Noon. Please keep in mind that the Clinic is closed daily 12-1 for lunch.


Doctor ReferralsWhen our patients require more specialized care, we are able to refer them to a specialty physician. Good Samaritan is fortunate to have a network of specialists who provide free or reduced-fee services to our patients. However, the physician’s fee is at their discretion, and there is no guarantee of free services outside of Good Samaritan Health Clinic.




We have recently expanded the services we offer our patients. Good Samaritan Clinic now has a Patient Education and Resource Room to assist our patients, particularly those with chronic conditions, to better manage their healthcare.


ScreeningsThanks to the addition of RN volunteers, Good Samaritan is now able to offer health screenings in underserved communities as opportunities arise through community events and church outreach programs.