What Are Speciality Clinics?
The Good Shepherd Clinic has the opportunity to collaborate with other organizations so that we can provide our patients with additional services such as eye clinics, counseling, orthopedic services, cardiology and much more. If you are interested in partnering with The Good Shepherd Clinic, please contact us.
How Does it Work?
Specialist clinics provide planned, non-admitted services for patients who need the focus of an acute setting to achieve the best outcomes possible. Specialist services will provide an interface between the primary care services and acute inpatient services. With this, patients will be referred to specialist clinics by general practitioners (GPs) and other community-based healthcare providers.
Different Specialty Clinics
At Good Shepherd Clinic, we provide Clayton County’s uninsured with a range of different specialty clinics, ensuring accessibility to a wide range of healthcare services. Between primary care services and acute inpatient services, our services include:
- Medical, nursing, midwifery and health professionals for assessment, diagnosis and treatment.
- Ongoing specialist management of chronic and complex conditions in collaboration with community providers.
- Pre and post-hospital care.
- Maternity care.
- Related diagnostic services such as pathology and imaging.