The Good Samaritan Health Clinic provides non-emergency adult primary care for ailments such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, thyroid disorders, infections, colds, etc. The Clinic is NOT an emergency facility, nor is it a walk-in facility. All patients must be pre-qualified and have an appointment in order to see the volunteer physicians. If medication is deemed necessary, the in-Clinic pharmacy usually can fill over 99% of the prescribed prescriptions. See more information on the PHARMACY below.
The General Medical Clinic operates:
Tuesday and Thursday
4:00pm to approximately 7:00 – 8:00pm.
PATIENTS SEEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
All patients MUST pre-qualify financially prior to receiving an appointment.
Adult Pasco County residents up to age 65 who are uninsured and are ineligible for Medicaid can apply for services. The clinic does not treat patients who qualify for Medicare or are military veterans. Only routine (non-emergency) medical conditions are treated. Application and financial screening to meet eligibility requirements must be completed prior to receiving a medical or dental appointment. A $5 donation is requested from each patient for each visit.