Good Samaritan Health Services extends medical and pharmacy services to with no insurance and very low income within Sarasota County
The local MSM ran a piece on Good Samaritan Health, but they only covered the pharmacy portion. It is primarily a clinic, which serves the very poor of Sarasota County, that do not have health insurance.
This is a video with their top dog, Dr. Sheeba Mesghali. She gave me a tour of the complex and talked about their services.
This is Frankie S. Abbruzzino and I a live at Good Samaritan Pharmacy and Health Services w Dr. Sheeba Mesghali. They dispense free prescription medication to eligible residents in need from our on-site pharmacy. GSPHS also has a free walk-in Medical Clinic. To qualify patients should have a valid ID, be uninsured and have income of no more than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.They are in need of volunteers and financial donations, so that they can continue to offer medical support to the community. Doctors, consider volunteering 3 hours a week every five weeks and give back to the community. Get more information on their site at http://www.goodsamrx.org/ or by calling at (941) 445-5687.Dr. Sheeba Mesghali
Posted by Francesco Abbruzzino – The Scoop on Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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