If you are a resident of Cullman County without any health insurance coverage, meet certain income requirements, and are between the ages of 19 and 65 you may be eligible to receive health care services through Good Samaritan Health Clinic.
To become of patient of Good Samaritan Health Clinic, you must be a resident of Cullman County, have two forms of identification, and provide proof of all household income. You must not be covered by Medicare, Medicaid, Veteran’s or private insurance. All applicants must provide a Medicaid denial letter. Income includes ALL income such as unemployment, alimony, child support, food stamps, disability, social security, SSI, AFDC, retirement, VA benefits, etc. received by everyone in your household. Our income guidelines for 2021 are based on income from 2020 and are as follows:
If you believe you may qualify, it is best to apply for eligibility before you need care. Application packets are available anytime outside of the Clinic entrance at 401 Arnold Street NE Suite A, Cullman AL Completed applications are received from new patients on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 to 11:00 and 1:00 to 3:00, and Thursday from 8:00 to 11:00. Once we receive your completed application and no additional information is needed, we can make a determination of your eligibility with 24 to 48 hours. If you qualify, you will be mailed a letter, along with an appointment card if needed, notifying you of your acceptance. Each year between January 1 and February 16, patients must reapply and pay an annual processing fee of only $20. This annual fee gives you access to healthcare services through Good Samaritan including the majority of your medications at no additional cost.Patient Application
I’m the kind of person that has never been one to accept something for basically nothing. And, so I postponed and postponed until it got to the point where I had to do something. They put me in contact with someone to help me get some eye glasses and an organization in Birmingham, so I could get my feet straightened out, so I can walk good. I’m able to motivate more; my grandson and I spend valuable time fishing together. It’s been tough, but they have helped me in more ways than one.
Without being able to come here, my health wouldn’t be good enough to work. My health is better since I’ve been coming here, and I ‘live normal’. It’s been a life saver.
I was afraid of the doctor to be honest…I was scared because I knew it was bad. And, I was scared to come (to the clinic) because I felt like they couldn’t help me. I just didn’t see myself as being important enough that somebody would help me. I was also afraid that I would be judged a great deal because I had let it get so bad. And, I didn’t know what to do. I had a 20-pound tumor inside of me. I prayed about it a lot. I asked God to please help me because I didn’t know what to do; God sent me some help