The Good Sam Institute
The landscape of healthcare is rapidly changing, but one thing remains constant: the Good Samaritan Health Center exists to spread Christ’s love through quality healthcare to those in need. Charitable clinics like Good Sam are an essential part of our state’s safety net and produce excellent outcomes for patients who otherwise may not have received care.
We created the Good Sam Institute to further our clinic’s impact and participate as a thought leader in charitable care. Specifically, the Good Sam Institute’s purpose is to convene healthcare professionals, publish cutting-edge research, and educate the next generation of providers to improve the quality of healthcare for those in need.
Good Sam’s Full Circle of Health® Model embodies a focus on social determinants of health which have been proven to impact health and longevity.
If you have questions about our model, would like to schedule a speaker from Good Sam, or would want to take a tour of The Center please contact our Development Team.
One Day Virtual Summit
Convening students and healthcare professionals.
The Good Sam Institute Virtual 1-Day Summit
Providing Charitable Care in the Midst of a Crisis – How to Lead Your Organization through COVID-19
Reduced Price: $100 per clinic for up to four attendees
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 • 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Full Circle of Healthcare Model – Addressing SDOH Considering COVID-19
Crisis Leadership Skills for Leaders & Teams
Pivoting From Office Visits to Telehealth and Remote Patient Care
HelplineSOS & COVID-19 Support Resources
Fundraising in a Struggling Economy
Self-Care & Support – It’s OK to not be OK
Think Tank Time: How to Plan for Fall 2020
Come learn and experience our philosophy of care, the Good Sam Full Circle of Health®
and how to fundraise for delivery of holistic healthcare services.
REGISTER IS NOW CLOSED
All attendees will receive access to our web portal with sample materials and best practices.
The Good Sam Institute offers internship opportunities to qualified students seeking medical experience. Interns are selected each semester (Fall, Spring, Summer).
Spring internship applications are now CLOSED but you can learn more about the program here: Medical Internship Information