Serving the Uninsured in Clayton County

Good Shepherd Clinic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Morrow, GA. Our mission is to provide no cost primary medical care to uninsured residents of Clayton County who have limited financial resources. Our goal is to witness to the ministry of Christ by providing quality health care in an atmosphere of dignity and respect for all.

Serving the Uninsured in Clayton County

Good Shepherd Clinic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Morrow, GA. Our mission is to provide no cost primary medical care to uninsured residents of Clayton County who have limited financial resources. Our goal is to witness to the ministry of Christ by providing quality health care in an atmosphere of dignity and respect for all.

Serving the Uninsured in Clayton County

Good Shepherd Clinic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Morrow, GA. Our mission is to provide no cost primary medical care to uninsured residents of Clayton County who have limited financial resources. Our goal is to witness to the ministry of Christ by providing quality health care in an atmosphere of dignity and respect for all.

Serving the Uninsured in Clayton County

Good Shepherd Clinic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Morrow, GA. Our mission is to provide no cost primary medical care to uninsured residents of Clayton County who have limited financial resources. Our goal is to witness to the ministry of Christ by providing quality health care in an atmosphere of dignity and respect for all.

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Our Services

Good Shepherd Clinic provides free healthcare, of both acute and chronic illnesses, to uninsured residents of Clayton County who have limited financial resources.

We serve as the patients’ primary healthcare home and provide ongoing care for chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and COPD. We also offer laboratory services free of cost. In addition to providing medical care, we endeavor to enroll all qualified patients in pharmaceutical prescription assistance programs in order to increase access to much needed medications at low or no cost. We also stress the importance of health education and offer Nurse Practitioner-guided educational classes, as well as instructional material focused on many ailments, so that every patient has the information they need to manage their conditions successfully.

Patient Info

To qualify as a patient at Good Shepherd Clinic you must be a Clayton County resident, meet specific income requirements, and have no medical insurance.

How to Make an Appointment: You must call or visit the clinic during our regular clinic hours to make an appointment. Please refer to our open hours (listed above).

Our phone number is 770-968-1310. Please be patient with our volunteer staff, as we deal with a high volume of calls each day. If you do not reach someone, please leave a detailed message and we will return your call.

What You Should Bring: You must bring proof of residency, proof of income, and photo ID to EVERY appointment.

About Us

Dr. Thomas Kelley and Rev. Dr. Jimmy Lewis came together with a vision that all Clayton County residents should have access to quality medical care without consideration for their ability to pay.

In September of 2000 the Good Shepherd Clinic was born, with Dr. Kelly providing simple acute medical care one evening a week. In the 16 years since its opening, the Clinic has been able to grow to provide free medical care to thousands of Clayton County residents.

Good Shepherd Clinic is now open three days a week, staffed primarily by medical and administrative volunteers, and has the capacity to see upwards of 3000 patient encounters per year. In addition to acute care, the clinic now primarily acts as a healthcare home to its many patients providing ongoing healthcare for chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and COPD. In addition to the medical care, the Clinic also strives to enroll all of its qualified patients onto prescription assistance programs, so that they will have access to their much needed medications at low or no cost.

Market Day

Market Day

Join us on the last Friday of every month for Market Day at the Clinic. Heaping bags of fresh fruits and vegetables are available for only $5 per bag. This event is open to patients and community members alike.

10am-12pm
Tomato Sandwich Party

Tomato Sandwich Party

The Tomato Sandwich Party has been a Good Shepherd Clinic staple for 14 years. This event boasts live musical entertainment, a delicious buffet spread and crowd favorite cake auction! The first Saturday in August!

www.tomatosandwichparty.org
Pillars Luncheon

Pillars Luncheon

Every March the clinic hosts a luncheon honoring extraordinary members of our community who work for the betterment of Clayton County. Recipients are chosen from disciplines such as Education, Business, Medicine, Law, and Ministry.

Pictures from Past Events