If you’re new to The Good Shepherd Clinic check out the Frequently Asked Questions below. If you would like to learn more, have additional questions or a general enquiry, get in touch with our friendly team today!
A: No, we cannot treat medical emergencies. If you are having an emergency, call 911 or go directly to the Emergency Room.
A: Appointments are made by phone or in person only. Please call or visit the clinic during regular business hours to schedule. If you reach the voicemail box, leave a clear and detailed message & your call will be returned.
A: No, the clinic does not offer dental services.
A: No, we do not provide STD testing.
Contact your local health department for these services.
A: You must bring the following to your appointment:
- Proof of Clayton County residency
(Examples: lease, mail or bills with your name & address, etc.)
- Proof of Income
(Examples: pay stub, letter of government benefits, tax return, wage report, etc.)
- Identification Card
(Note: your ID is not considered an acceptable proof of residency)
*** If possible, please bring your current medication bottles with you to your appointment.***
A: Yes, we can occasionally offer walk-in appointments when a cancellation or no-show occurs. Walk-in appointments are not guaranteed, and when available they are given out on a first-come, first-served basis. Patients seeking a walk-in appointment must still bring all required documentation to be seen.
A: All services provided to Good Shepherd Clinic patients are free of cost.
A: Free medications are not guaranteed. We work to provide patients with low-cost medications in a variety of ways. We prescribe $4 generic prescriptions whenever possible, provide access to pharmaceutical prescription assistance programs (which allow eligible patients to receive their medications for little to no cost through the drug companies), and we also provide free doctor’s samples, as available.
A: The clinic currently has the following limited specialty services available: Cardiology, Orthopedics, Gynecology, Podiatry, Eye Clinic, and Mammography. These services are only available to established clinic patients, and an internal referral is required for an appointment.
A: No. Due to our limited staffing and business hours we are unable to fill out your forms.