Welcome to the Good Samaritan Clinic!

General Information
The Good Samaritan Clinic exists to provide free medical and dental healthcare to the uninsured of West Volusia County. Our clinic consists solely of volunteer medical and dental providers, volunteer nurses, a volunteer pharmacist, and volunteer support personnel. There is no cost for medical or dental treatment by our providers. There is no cost for medication we provide. There is no cost for counseling. At the Good Samaritan Clinic, nobody pays and nobody gets paid. We exist solely through donations and grants.

We are not a walk-in clinic - patients are seen and treated by prior appointment only. In order to become a patient at Good Samaritan Clinic, one must first make application and be qualified to become a patient. Please see the page entitled "Eligibility Requirements" to learn how to become qualified to be seen and treated.

You may contact us by telephone at (386) 738-6990. Our fax number is (386) 738-6985.

Location, and how to get here
We are the long blue building located at 136 East Plymouth Avenue in DeLand, across Plymouth Avenue from the CVS Pharmacy and just a short distance east of Woodland Boulevard. Two lighted signs are posted on Plymouth Avenue, one near our main building and one near our annex building. If you arrive by automobile, our large parking lot is on the south side of the building, with entrances on North Clake Avenue and North Alabama Avenue.

You may take Votran bus #20, the DeLand/Deltona bus, and walk the short distance to the clinic.

If you wish to take a taxicab, you may call Primo Taxi at 386-262-6476 or Steve's Taxi at (386) 734-0013, to name only two which serve the DeLand area. There are probably other taxi services you may call.

Take a Tour
Click here to see photos of our clinic, both the outside and the inside.

Hours of operation
We hold medical clinic for patients with appointments on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 5 PM until the last patient is seen, typically 8:30 PM. We hold dental clinic for patients with appointments on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 PM until the last patient is seen. On Friday, dental clinic is held for patients with appointments from 9 AM to noon. Counseling classes for diabetes and life skills take place in the evening, and times may vary. Applicants may request applications to become patients after 3 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Applicants may submit applications and required documents to qualifiers in person from 3 PM to 7 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Annual fundraiser
Because we exist solely through donations and grants, the Good Samaritan Clinic holds a fundraiser dinner to solicit donations in October of each year. You may click here to see those sponsors who generously contributed to our 2016 fundraiser, to visit their websites, and to see a select few of our 2017 Silent Auction items.

Puerto Rican Evacuees Only
Are you a victim of hurricane Maria? You may click here to see how you may qualify under reduced requirements for care at the Good Samaritan Clinic.

Telephone: (386) 738-6990 (24/7 Voicemail)