The Good Samaritan Health Clinic is a volunteer driven, non- profit organization committed to providing top quality medical and dental services free-of-charge to eligible residents of Pasco County. We believe that every person has the right to treatment, regardless of age, sex, race, religion, or his/her ability to pay.
We are committed to treating our patients, volunteers, and staff with respect and dignity, and to function at a high level of performance, making the best possible use of community resources.
The Good Samaritan Health Clinic strives to meet the healthcare needs of eligible residents throughout Pasco County. Our goal is to be recognized as the leading source of healthcare for the uninsured by partnering with medical and dental providers and utilizing other community resources.
Serving Pasco County for 25 Years
In 1990, a dedicated group of individuals recognized an unfulfilled need for healthcare services to be freely available to the uninsured residents in our community. Since that time, the Clinic has grown, and now treats over 3,500 patients yearly.
Good Samaritan’s Points of Light
The Clinic staff is made up of only 3 full time employees with the others being part time, grant funded or contract team members. The clinic relies heavily on the help from an army of volunteers. In 2010, we received grants to hire a full-time ARNP. This allows for an additional 2,080 patients to be treated per year. Volunteers include the physicians and dentists of Pasco and Pinellas Counties. Other volunteers include physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists, clerical personnel, promoters, and fundraisers. Referrals for specialized treatment and testing are made through the generosity of institutional partnerships with local hospitals, diagnostic clinics, and laboratories.