The Good Shepherd Community Clinic, Inc. transitions those who lack access to healthcare from a life of disease to a life of wellness in order to build healthy people.
We actively seeks to build healthy people through promoting wellness, providing quality individualized healthcare, and educating patients.
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Serving South Central Oklahoma for 20 Years
Since 1996, Good Shepherd Community Clinic, Inc.'s (GSCC) healthcare team of compassionate, professional staff and volunteers have consistently provided thousands of people in South Central Oklahoma with accessible, medical, dental, optical and pharmaceutical care in addition to helping them connect to other necessary social resources such as behavioral healthcare with the hope of improving their overall quality of life by caring for the whole patient.
Each year, individuals from Carter, Love, Marshall, Murray and Johnston counties who lack affordable healthcare access receive quality care for everything from the common cold to serious chronic diseases, abscessed teeth, prescription glasses and access to otherwise unaffordable medications through an integrated care team approach.
Built upon the commitment and vision of a dedicated group of doctors and volunteers, the GSCC has grown from the original Tuesday night volunteer clinic in a small rental house treating 85 patients in 1996 to a full-time innovative medical facility caring for more than 3,000 socio-economically disadvantaged patients annually.
Today, with the vision to build healthy people and thus a healthy community, the GSCC Team is committed to promoting patient wellness with an emphasis on prevention as well as education on important health factors like nutrition, disease self-management and physical activity. Evidence of this commitment to "build healthy people" can be seen in the way we practice. It's something you need to see, so come visit!