Qualification to determine if a person is eligible to become a patient of Good Shepherd Clinic is required for an appointment to be made.
Qualification/Eligibility: Thursdays 1-4 p.m. at the clinic.
Must be adults over the age of 18
Must live, work or attend school in Dawson County, without insurance and income 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) or less.
Required items to bring:
- Photo ID or Drivers License
- Household Income with current address
- All medications
- General medical, non-emergency care
- Women’s Wellness screening, including PAP Smear
- Audiology Services
- Cardiology Services
- Mental Health Counseling
- Prescription Assistance Programs for medication prescribed by clinic practitioners
- Information, referral and advocacy for health and support services
The clinic does not provide emergency care or treat chronic pain requiring narcotics
Hours: NOTICE: For the duration of the coronavirus pandemic the Good Shepherd Clinic will only be open on Thursday from 2PM to 4:30PM. We will not be taking any new patients for this time. Medications will be available to be picked up on Thursday afternoon or at Dawson Pharmacy depending on the Medication. Call for appointments, Lab results or Medication refills. Some things may be able to be handled over the phone.
- Dental Hygiene
Hours: Variable days by appointment
- Eye Examinations
Hours: One Thursday a month
Grace-in-a-Box is a meal ministry of Grace Presbyterian Church. Meals are distributed every Thursday afternoon at Good Shepherd Clinic from 1:30PM until 6PM. Funding assistance is provided by Big Canoe Chapel Women’s Guild. Through this program thousands of meals are distributed each year to those in need.
The following quotes are based on patient comments to staff members of Good Shepherd Clinic:
“Good Shepherd Clinic has changed my life. If it had not been for Good Shepherd Clinic I would not have known that I had high blood pressure or cholesterol problems. I could have died. Also, Dr. Anderson gave me stomach medication that changed my life. Before, I was not able to eat because of terrible stomach problems…I even had to be excused from jury duty because of this problem. Now, with this medication, I have my life back.”
“GSCODC saved my life and my family. I was on lots of medication and could never get help for myself. I felt so bad that I suffered severe depression. The people of GSCODC got me out of it! The volunteers are always there for me and they show they care!”
“I went through many years looking for help with leg pain. Went to the Health Department and no one could help. The Health Department suggested GSCODC. The doctors and nurses there are all so nice and started me on a program to relieve the pain. I am finally pain FREE! Good Shepherd has helped me more than anywhere. I have been treated so well and it is nice to have someone who cares about me that much.”