Since it’s opening, the Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett has relied on volunteers to provide services to the community. All volunteers must complete the following forms:
Primary Care and Specialty Physician: Provide medical care while leading the care team.
Nurse Practitioner: Provide direct primary care services under the indirect supervision of physicians.
Registered and Licensed Practical Nurse: Provide nursing care for patients following established standards and practices under the supervision of medical staff.
Medical Assistant: Assist providers with patient care and provide information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from Good Samaritan Gwinnett services.
Dentist: Provide routine dental care (exam, evaluation, fillings, extractions).
Dental Hygienist: Provide routine oral care under the supervision of a volunteer dentist.
Dental Assistant: Provide technical assistance to volunteer dentists and hygienists providing care to underserved populations.
Supporting Role Volunteers
Translator/Interpreter: Translate patient documents and interpret for patients on the phone and in the office. Especially need Spanish interpreters.
Christian Counselor: Provide Biblically-based counseling and social services in the clinic.
Administrative Assistant: File, make copies, create new patient charts, type correspondence, assist with mailings, data entry.
For more information please contact:
Gregory E. Lang, PhD