Vision -The Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco, Inc. strives to meet the healthcare needs of eligible residents in 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 other community resources.
Mission - The Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco, Inc. is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization that provides quality, non-emergency medical and dental services free-of-charge to eligible residents of Pasco County.
Values - 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.
Grant Awarded for Women's Clinc
The Good Samaritan Health Clinic with the grant funding from the Community Foundation of Pasco County is saving lives by providing avital service to our patients. Through the generosity of the Community Foundation of Pasco County the Clinic is able to provide service to women who would have no access to women's healthcare. The 2013 grant will enable the clinic to continue to pay for all the necessary testing that is associated with the Women's Clinic. The Clinic is held bi-monthly with 30-35 women per clinic. Female patients between 18-65 years will receive a yearly PAP test. Patients will be notified of the results as soon as they become available. If further testing is required, the clinic will arrange for follow up treatment with the partnerships of the Pasco County Health Department or Moffitt Cancer Center. Woman over 40 will also receive free mammogram prescriptions. We are proud to have The Community Foundation of Pasco County as a partner of the Good Samaritan Health Clinic.
Aiming For Health Tournament
The Good Samaritan Clinic is pleased to announce its inaugural Aiming for Health Sporting Clays Tournament. This tournament is open to all and will take place on Sunday, March 17 at Tampa Bay Sporting Clays in Land O' Lakes. According to the facility's website:
"Sporting clays is a form of clay pigeon shooting. Described as “golf with a shotgun” the sport differs from trap and skeet shooting in that:
The original idea behind sporting clays was to create an experience that more closely reflects actual hunting conditions. Whereas top-tier trap and skeet professionals may have hit ratings nearing 100%, the best sporting clay shooters hit their targets only about 93% to 95% of the time. Although the sport is challenging, it is quite popular with novice shooters and ordinary hunters."
The clinic is looking for individual shooters, foursomes, and sponsors at every level. Tickets are $125 pp, all inclusive (BBQ luncheon, cart, ammo, shotgun (or BYO), water, targets, and earplugs). Sponsored foursomes are available for $600. Spectators are welcome with tickets available for $20. Call (727) 207-2090 for other sponsorship opportunities. Tickets are available at the clinic or or online at http://www.goodsamclinic.org/aim4health. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places as well as a special prize for last place. Silent auction items, 50/50 tickets, and "shelligans" will also be available. All proceeds to benefit the Good Samaritan Health Clinic, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
2013 Nurse of the Year Ballot
NURSE OF THE YEAR 2013 will be named at the 7th Annual Nurses Gala hosted by Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco Inc.
It’s that time of year to nominate the “Best of the Best” If you are thinking about nominating a Nurse, start by thinking about someone who views “Nursing as their life’s passion”. An RN or LPN who not only is an outstanding employee and/or colleague but the Nurse that: Maintains the highest standards in everything they do.
Nurses can be nominated by anyone and ballots will be accepted through April 1st. Your finalist will be honored at the Nurses Gala, May 10, 2013 at Spartan Manor. All proceeds will benefit the Good Samaritan Free Health Clinic.
Click here to view and print the Nomination Form.
Video - Dr. Goldman on Good Sam
Clinic Named Non-Profit of the Year
June 12, 2012- The Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco, Inc., a charitable organization, was named “Non-Profit of the Year” at the 68th Annual Chamber Banquet, held last Friday evening. During the Special Awards presentation, the Clinic was up against some other very worthy causes and was delighted to have been selected. “This recognition from the business community is amazing” says Clinic’s CEO, Melissa Fahy. She continues with “Our Clinic is valued added to the needy residents throughout Pasco County, we deliver healthcare to those who fall between the cracks. It is exciting that we have been recognized as leader within the non-profit sector. We have a great team!” The Good Sam Clinic started back in 1990 and continues to meet the needs of the low-income, uninsured residents. Volunteer Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists, Dentists, and an army of volunteer support staff deliver charitable services to those who cannot afford it otherwise. The Clinic receives no Federal or State funding so it relies on fundraisers, grants, donations and community partnerships. “We make a difference everyday as we serve over 4,000 patients, this recognition award is something we are extremely proud of” say Fahy. To learn more about the clinic go to www.goodsamclinic.org or call us if you would like to volunteer to be a part of our success at 727-848-7789.
Nurses Gala Winners Announced
The Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco is proud to present the 2012 Nurse of the Year Court. The 6th Annual Nurses Gala was held on Friday, May 11, 2012, in conjunction with National Nurses Week, at the Spartan Manor. 400 guests took part of the annual celebration where approx. $90,000 was raised to benefit the indigent uninsured residents of Pasco County with free healthcare.
With 13 nominations submitted, the committee selected the following as the winners to represent the 2012 Nurses of the Year.
Medical Center of Trinity Hospital- Emmy Santos, R.N.
Morton Plant North Bay Hospital- Danielle Talone, R.N.
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Hospital- Jackie Butler, RN
People’s Choice- Tamara Segalla, LPN
Nurses really are the Pearl’s of Healthcare! If you would like to be on the 2013 planning committee, please call Melissa Fahy at 727-848-7789.