The Good Samaritan Clinic is now Blue Ridge Health!
We are a nonprofit community health center with a mission to provide healthcare that is accessible and affordable for ALL.
How is Blue Ridge Health different from the Good Samaritan Clinic?
· We now serve patients of any age, including children.
· We now serve patients regardless of where they live.
· We now serve patients regardless of insurance status.
· We accept Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, etc.
· We have a sliding fee scale for those who are uninsured or are under-insured.
· No one is turned away for inability to pay.
How is Blue Ridge Health similar to the Good Samaritan Clinic?
· We continue to provide a tremendous amount of charity care for those who cannot afford the high cost of healthcare.
· We continue to provide nurse case management, connections with community resources, access to low-cost or free medications, and referrals to community partners and healthcare specialists.
· We continue to serve as a clinical learning site for WCU and SCC students.
· We continue to rely on the support of community partners, faith communities, individual donors, and volunteers to provide care to our neighbors.
What healthcare services are provided onsite?
· Primary Care for Adults and Children
· Behavioral Health Counseling for Adults and Children
· Medication Assistance Program
· Providers include:
o Judy Seago, MD
o Mary Puckett, PA-C
o Chelsea Batten, PA-C
o Jessica Prior, MD
o Ali Campbell, LCSW-A, LCAS
What new resources are available?
· Newly renovated clinical space (Suite C of former Sylva Medical Center)
· New exam tables and exam room furnishings/equipment
· Electronic Health Record System
· Spanish-language translation services available Monday-Friday