Good Samaritan Health Care of Gwinnett, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is committed to caring for the uninsured and underinsured working poor in our community. It is the aim of Good Samaritan Gwinnett to not only meet the physical needs but also address the spiritual needs of our patients through prayer and biblical counseling. We serve the community by helping to eliminate health disparities for uninsured and underinsured populations, and our programs help to reduce the cost of indigent care on the public health care delivery system.
We offer our services to all people regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or immigration status, and we do so with a loving evangelical Christian staff.
Located in Norcross, Georgia, the Center provides individuals with a wide-range of services typically found in a family physician's office, such as well child and adult exams, chronic disease management, preventive care and women's health. Services are designed to be affordable for the uninsured and underinsured children, women and men of Gwinnett and surrounding counties. We are a separate organization from but partners in ministry with Good Samaritan Health Center in Atlanta and Good Samaritan Health Center of Cobb.
"He went to him and bandaged his wounds... Go and do likewise."
Luke 10:34-37, The Parable of the Good Samaritan
Our Medical Mission Teams recently returned from Nicaragua and Madagascar, with new sites opening in Peru! Please help us extend our reach beyond the metro Atlanta area!
Mercer's PA students volunteer in various capacities including feeding the homeless, offering healthcare to migrant farm workers and crafting holiday cards for Cards for a Cause.
mission & vision
We hold as our primary responsibility the health, safety, welfare, and dignity of all human beings. We will devote our time and energy to all in need.
To demonstrate the love of Christ in word and deed to those in need by providing affordable, quality healthcare services."
In August 2016, Mercer University sent 17 of their first and second year PA students on medical mission trips with CMDA to Nicaragua. Ten students participated in a trip to Managua, Nicaragua from August 2-9, 2015. Six students participated in a trip to El Serrano, Nicaragua from August 8 - 16 2015.
Over the 2 weeks,
2,319 patients were seen and treated
Countless children participated in the children's ministry
Many pastors from surrounding churches and their wives attended a conference to receive training and encouragement.
8th Annual Mercer PA Creepy Crawly 5K