The Mission of Good Samaritan is to deliver sustainable, long-term healthcare and all-around wellness to the uninsured members of our Community.
We offer primary health and wellness care to uninsured individuals between the ages of 19 and 65 in need of a medical home who meet the eligibility requirements. We also offer dental extractions, mental health counseling, hearing evaluations, vision care for high risk individuals, and social services.Apply Now
We offer a full range of services that include examination, assessment, and treatment plan.
Good Samaritan Clinic is fortunate to have dentists in the Cullman Community volunteer their time and services for our patients in need of dental extractions.
Through 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.
When our patients require more specialized care, we are able to refer them to a specialty physician.
Patient education is a vital component of what we do at Good Samaritan Clinic.
Thanks to RN volunteers, Good Samaritan is able to offer health screenings in underserved communities as opportunities arise through community events and church outreach programs.
“My son passed away; he was in addiction. I threw my medication away and said I’d go out the same way. The whole reality of losing my son was really hard for me; that depression is something serious.” “The Haven (Counseling Services) is what really helped me to get to the point where I could find myself again, to get stable in my mind and in my thinking to do this thing, to live life on life’s terms in a way that I did not have to use a drug or alcohol.” “I’m so thankful today that I was able to have enough sense to pick up and ask for help; because I lost that during the tragic events and bad choices that I made in my life. All of this has been so lifesaving for me in an aspect to where had I not known, had I not found out about Good Samaritan, I might not be alive today.”
I don’t know where I’d be right now without the care I’ve received from Good Samaritan. Between premiums and deductibles, I would not have been able to afford my insulin and diabetic medications, blood work, or even be seen. I don’t know what could have happened to me. It was a life saver and a blessing.
My husband had been sick for 8 weeks before he finally went to ER. He had fluid on his heart and his heart rate was over 300. He was dying. My husband is a diabetic, has high BP, high cholesterol, and is on heart medicine. While we were at the hospital, we found out about GSC. We both filled out the paperwork to be a patient. I wasn’t sick but went ahead and applied just in case. I’m glad I did. Last month, I got sick and was able to be seen in the Clinic right away. My husband is doing much better. He now comes regularly to Good Samaritan for visits and takes his medicine like he’s supposed to. We are thankful for Good Samaritan because without them, we would not be able to afford the medicines. Good Samaritan is a life saver, and I would recommend to anyone who does not have insurance.
Good Samaritan helps me stay healthy. I’ve been a patient at GSC since 2010 so when I had a problem with my leg in October 2014 I was able to be seen in the Clinic before it got too bad. I was diagnosed with sarcoma (cancer in muscle) in my right thigh. Good Samaritan was able to refer me to a specialist and now I get my treatment in Birmingham through UAB Charity Care, and I have my lab work done here at the Clinic. Without Good Samaritan, I wouldn’t be as healthy as I am.