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678-280-6630 (West) | 770-806-0162 (East)

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678-280-6630 West Gwinnett clinic
770-806-0162 East Gwinnett clinic

Good Samaritan Health Centers of Gwinnett provides affordable health and dental care, Biblical counseling, and pharmaceutical services to people who don’t have insurance. Our donors graciously cover a portion of the out-of-pocket costs for these services, making them more accessible to people with limited financial means. We are a team of advanced practice providers, students of the medical professions, interpreters, and others using our talents to share God’s love in our community.

“I volunteer at Good Sam Gwinnett because I believe everyone should have access to high-quality, compassionate, affordable healthcare in the language that’s most comfortable for them.” — Dr. Lori Randall, Primary Care Physician & GSHCG Volunteer“All the resources and advice and mentorship they've (Good Sam Gwinnett staff) given me — it's like a family here. I will be eternally grateful.” — Kevin Saxon, MA Volunteer for two years before going to PA school2

Make a Difference with Us

Already a Good Sam Gwinnett volunteer? Click here to access our portal.

We recruit medical, dental, and interpreter volunteers. Whether you are a licensed provider or physician or are working toward a degree in the medical field, you can make a difference in the lives of our patients.

Our volunteer pool is representative of the population we serve, including members of many faiths, as well as beginning healthcare providers to tenured physicians and dentists.

Please note: More often than not, we receive more offers to volunteer than we can accommodate. Preference is given to those who are willing to volunteer at the clinic location where we may have the greatest need. At this time, we do not have volunteer openings on Saturdays, with the exception of fluent bilingual English and Spanish-speaking medical assistants and interpreters.

Regarding volunteers who are matriculating students completing a clinical rotation at Good Sam Gwinnett, those opportunities are in high demand and often schedule more than six months in advance.

All volunteers must complete and submit the Volunteer Form found below. You may send your questions to

Medical Volunteers

Primary Care and Specialty Physician: Provide medical care to uninsured patients. If you are a licensed provider with a specialty of gastroenterology, dermatology, rheumatology, or endocrinology, we would love to speak with you about conducting a monthly clinic in one of our locations. Volunteer commitments can be as little as four hours per month.

Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant: Provide direct primary care services under the indirect supervision of physicians. Must have experience working in a primary care setting.

Medical Assistant: Assist providers with patient care and provide information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from Good Sam Gwinnett’s services.

Apply here.

Dental Volunteers

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.

Apply here.

Supporting Role Volunteers

Translator/Interpreter: Translate patient documents and interpret for patients on the phone and in the office. Spanish interpreters are especially needed.

Apply here.

In 2022, our volunteers recorded 7,925 hours.

“I have been a volunteer four years now, providing affordable solutions for the healthcare needs of our underserved communities. I enjoy working with a great team of dedicated employees and volunteers.”

— Darrell N., PA

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