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Clinic Hours

Mon - Wed: 8am - 4pm

Thursday: Noon - 8pm

Friday: 8am - 3pm

1st and 3rd Saturday: 8am-Noon

Our Mission

To demonstrate the love of Christ through providing affordable primary healthcare and dental services to the poor and uninsured.

"He went to him and bandaged his wounds...Go and do likewise."

Luke 10:34-37

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“Thank you for making it possible for my daughter to see a doctor….”

“I received a blessing today because of you….”

“I have not seen a doctor since 2007….thank you from the bottom of my heart….”

“I pray one day I can help somebody like you have helped me….”

“The help I received today has encouraged me to have faith….”

These are but a few examples of the many Thank You notes written by patients coming to the Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett, individuals and families who can access affordable healthcare because of the generous support of people like you. We offer all patients who receive purchase rosuvastatin financial sponsorship the opportunity to write a note of appreciation to the donors who help pay their healthcare expenses. We then send those Thank You notes to our donors so that you can read for yourself how your gift has directly touched the lives of poor and sick people in need.

The need for the poor to have access to affordable healthcare is as great today as it was in 2005 when Good Sam first opened its doors. By the time this newsletter reaches your inbox, we will have provided more than 5550 medical appointments this year, and we expect to be as busy if not more so next year.

We have heard much during 2012 about coming changes to the way we pay for and receive healthcare services and healthcare insurance; it remains unclear how healthcare services and health insurance will look in 2014. But one thing is abundantly clear: everyone will not become insured. No one argues this point, even Washington says 30 million people will continue to be without health insurance. So while we speculate about what may happen in 2014, we cannot forget that healthcare safety nets do now and will into the distant future remain a necessary component of our healthcare delivery system.

In short, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has not made the Good Samaritan Health Center irrelevant, nor has it made your financial support unnecessary to our mission. In fact, we will likely need you in 2013 more than ever before as we strive to take care of the very poor in an environment where it is becoming increasingly common to think the healthcare crisis is over. It is not over; our mission is not accomplished. You remain critical to our success, and our patients remain thankful purchaseOrlistat for your generosity. We know of their thankfulness because we hear and witness it daily. You will know of it too when a Thank You card arrives in the mail, a card written just for you.

I ask you to prayerfully consider a year-end financial gift to the Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett. You have my commitment that your gift will be used as you so wish – to sponsor a patient who cannot afford a medical visit, to help pay off our mortgage, or any other desire of your heart. I am available to answer any questions you may have about our mission, and I encourage you to drop in at any time to see us cheerfully and obediently doing the Lord’s work.

And by the way, I am eager to send you a Thank You note!