Good Samaritan Medical Clinic

★★★★☆
  • 139 Church St

    Chester, SC 29706

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  • 803-385-6332

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I have been going to the Good Samaritan Medical Clinic for 5 years and have been treated wonderfully. I did not, however, try and get into the clinic before all of the other people who are waiting by throwing around a doctor's name. I am

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I have been going to the Good Samaritan Medical Clinic for 5 years and have been treated wonderfully. I did not, however, try and get into the clinic before all of the other people who are waiting by throwing around a doctor's name. I am

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I am unemployed and have no health insurance. I learned about the Good Samaritan Medical Clinic from my parents [my father is a patient of Doctor Sam Stone, who started the clinic apparently]. I have high blood pressure [untreated], and believe I have had high blood pressure since at least 2003, as that was when kidney issues started.

My father spoke to Dr. Stone on 8/24, during a doctor visit, regarding me getting into the Good Samaritan Medical Clinic. The clinic requires that a patient have proof of income for Everyone that lives in the house, plus copies of 2 utility bills. My father asked why it was necessary for me to provide his personal info [as I am staying with my parents]. Dr. Stone told him, "tell him not to worry about that, just go to the clinic."

That Friday, the 28th, I went to the clinic. I was told I would need to be put on a waiting list. I told the women in the office what Dr. Stone had said and they did not seem to care. They took my full name and address, told me I would hear from them in 3-4 weeks, and I left. Now, today is the 6th of October and I have heard nothing from Good Samaritan Medical Clinic.

What kind of country do we live in where one can't even be seen by a doctor in a Free Clinic?

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I am unemployed and have no health insurance. I learned about the Good Samaritan Medical Clinic from my parents [my father is a patient of Doctor Sam Stone, who started the clinic apparently]. I have high blood pressure [untreated], and believe I have had high blood pressure since at least 2003, as that was when kidney issues started.

My father spoke to Dr. Stone on 8/24, during a doctor visit, regarding me getting into the Good Samaritan Medical Clinic. The clinic requires that a patient have proof of income for Everyone that lives in the house, plus copies of 2 utility bills. My father asked why it was necessary for me to provide his personal info [as I am staying with my parents]. Dr. Stone told him, "tell him not to worry about that, just go to the clinic."

That Friday, the 28th, I went to the clinic. I was told I would need to be put on a waiting list. I told the women in the office what Dr. Stone had said and they did not seem to care. They took my full name and address, told me I would hear from them in 3-4 weeks, and I left. Now, today is the 6th of October and I have heard nothing from Good Samaritan Medical Clinic.

What kind of country do we live in where one can't even be seen by a doctor in a Free Clinic?

Pros: None come to mind

Cons: Can't be seen by a doctor

 

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