"Showing God's love by providing help and healing to those in need."

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Are the clinics open every day?

No. Each clinic has its own operating times. The days and hours for each clinic are listed under the “Locations and Hours” menu item.

Do I need to make an appointment to be seen at one of the clinics?

Appointments are only required if you wish to visit our dental, GYN, or prenatal clinics. You can find more information on this on our Locations and Hours page.

Do I need to bring anything with me to my clinic visit?

No, you do not need to bring any documentation with you. However, be prepared to fill out forms with your basic information and health history when you arrive.

Are the services provided by the clinics free?

Yes. The clinics provide free medical and dental services to those who are uninsured.

Who do I contact with questions or concerns about The Good Samaritan Clinic at an organizational level?

You can call our Administrative Office line at (803) 358-8339 to express questions or concerns about the Clinic on an organizational level.

Do the clinics only provide services to the Latino community?

No. The Clinic is proud to provide culturally competent services in Spanish to those who need it, but sees patients of all backgrounds. We are proud to be the primary source of medical care for many Latino South Carolinians, but we are also happy to welcome all those who are uninsured at our four clinic locations.