About Us

The Good Samaritan Clinic offers basic services provided by a primary care team that includes a physician or advanced practitioner, nurse and counselor.
Medical services are provided on site by unpaid licensed/registered health professionals.

Services include:

  • Primary care such as diagnosis and management of chronic conditions
  • Basic Laboratory Testing
  • Non Emergency diagnosis and treatment of acute disorders
  • Well child visits and school physicals
    Integrated behavioral health screening and counseling
  • Referral to specialists and community resources
  • Medication prescribing and counseling
  • Well woman care including PAP
  • Flu Immunizations

The Good Samaritan Clinic does not provide the following services:

  • Walk-in or After hours’ care
  • Emergency care
  • Complex Laboratory services
  • Radiology services
  • Chronic pain management/treatment or pain medications
  • Vaccinations
  • Complex mental health care
  • Specialty employment physicals
  • Medications
  • Prescribe narcotics or scheduled medications

In addition to offering quality health care to our community, Good Samaritan Clinic has the potential to be a place of hope and healing. We want people to be treated with courtesy, respect and dignity, without regard to status or station in life. Hope and healing does not come just from offering health care, but includes every aspect of the clinic starting with the first contact whether by phone or in person.

Our Mission
to improve access for uninsured and underinsured people in our community.

Our Vision
to provide a safety net for people that need basic, routine medical and mental health care.

Our Values
our community, our responsibility.

“Every change we make as a community gives people the opportunity to make choices that allow them to live a long and healthy life.”

2023 GOALS

  • Maintain a well-equipped and permanent space that is staffed every Friday and Saturday to deliver safe and effective services.
  • Provide 1000 patient visits annually for services that improve the health of patients.
  • Offer a robust volunteer opportunity for well-qualified health care professionals.
  • Give an engaging experience for health care students from CMU.
  • Collaborate with community partners to reduce barriers associated with seeking mental health care.
  • Build better donor relationships.

EVERY Friday
1:00 P.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
EVERY Saturday
9:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.

402 Grand Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501

(970) 712-6518

(970) 985-4160

Doug Rosendale DO
Medical Director

Elaine Taylor RN
Executive Director

Board of Directors 2022- 2023

Diane Dill MD Chairperson – 2020
Family Medicine Physician ddill@fhw.org

Robert Booth Vice Chairperson – 2021
Executive Pastor robert@dtvchurch.org

Bill Schapley Treasurer – 2021
Accountant bschapley@gmail.com

Cheryl Reigle Secretary – 2021
Administrator cjreigle2004@yahoo.com

Doug Rosendale DO Medical Director – 2022
Informatics Consultant/Physician doug@rosendale.us

Elizabeth Tice Mental Health Champion – 2022
COO etice@mindspringshealth.org

Alice Ireland Patient Advocate – 2022
Student and Community Partner irelandalice@gmail.com