About Us

Good Samaritan Clinic is a non-profit 501(c)(3) faith-based medical and dental organization. The Clinic exists solely through the generosity of churches, medical facilities, service organizations, and private donors. Our staff overwhelmingly consists of unpaid volunteers.

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What does Good Samaritan Clinic offer?
Good Samaritan Clinic offers medical and dental treatment, select prescriptions, and counseling to qualified patients at no cost to them.

Are walk-in treatments available?
We do not accommodate walk-in patients. Patients must initially qualify for services and requalify annually thereafter.

Our guiding principles…
We begin each clinic with a short prayer session in which we ask spiritual aid for our patients, our providers, and the clinic. Patients present at prayer time are welcome to participate. Motivated by the love of Christ, and in obedience to His command to serve the poor, the Good Samaritan Clinic exists to provide primary medical and dental care to the uninsured of the community through volunteer providers.

Our leadership team
Good Samaritan Clinic’s Board of Directors consists of John Joslin, President; Dr. Lyle Wadsworth, MD; Dr. Francis Reed, MD; Dr. Christopher Smith, MD; Dr. Dale Batten, DMD; Dr. Rajiv Patel, BDS, MDS; Janice Hess, ARNP; Terry Daniels; Martha Andrews, RDH, Vice President; Mary DeLouis, RN, Secretary; Mary Gusky, Treasurer; Sean Ryan; Sara Caldwell, JD; Shelley Spore; and Pat Andrews.

Our leadership team works closely with Florida Hospital DeLand to reduce the number of emergency room visits. Our health-care providers operate under Florida's Sovereign Immunity program, which means that as unpaid volunteers they are immune from litigation arising from their work at the clinic.