The MSM student-run clinic at Good Samaritan Health Center was established in 2011 by Shontreal Cooper, Kenny Esho, and Rebecca Condon Staub, members of MSM class of 2014, following suit with the school’s mission of serving people of color and the underserved urban populations in Georgia. The clinic continues to serve a critical role in the community as it positively impacts the lives of patients by providing quality medical and dental services based on an income sliding scale. In addition to providing medical and dental care, our clinic also provides laboratory services, subsidized medications, and referral services to mental health providers and other specialists.
The MSM student run clinic takes place twice a month on Wednesdays from 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Under the supervision of MSM physicians, we are able to see an average of 4 – 8 patients during each clinic period and we anticipate our patient volume will increase as we continue to provide quality patient care.
WHY SERVE AS A VOLUNTEER AT THE MSM STUDENT RUN CLINIC AT GOOD SAMARITAN?
At Good Samaritan you will gain critical clinical experience that will improve your patient interactions as you progress through your medical career. At our clinic you will learn a variety of skills such as: patient triage, physical assessment, diagnosis. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to work within a health care team, and see the realities of health disparities as you learn first-hand about the challenges and rewards of patient care and community medicine.
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Good Samaritan Health Center
1015 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30318
Folashade Omole, MD
Associate Professor,Residency Director
Family Practice Residency Program
Cinnamon D. Bradley, MD
Assistant Professor, Clinical Medicine
Associate Director, Residency Program
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