About Us

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

Services include:

  • Primary care such as diagnosis and management of chronic conditions
  • Basic Laboratory Testing
  • Nonemergency 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 / Medication counseling
  • Well woman care including PAP
  • Flu Immunizations

The Good Samaritan Clinic does not provide the following services:

  • After hours care
  • Emergency care
  • Radiology services
  • Chronic pain management/treatment or pain medications
  • Mammograms
  • Vaccinations
  • Complex mental health care
  • Specialty employment physicals
  • Medications

In addition to offering quality health care to our community, Good Samaritan Clinic is 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.  

Too often our health care system is impersonal and uninviting especially to those who may be financially challenged, uninsured, and not feeling well.  We are willing to listen to our patients while they vent about the challenges they face in their lives.  This contact may be the first step to offering hope.  The process of giving of oneself is often reciprocal.  You often get as much as you give.

Our Mission
to improve the health of people in our community that lack access to the health care system.

Our Vision
to deliver quality health care that engages patients, improves care coordination, and bridges access to care.

Our Values
Wholistic, Christ centered, Compassionate

GOALS
We are collaborating with Mesa County health care providers in winnable battles against emerging community trends in order to:

Reduce suicide

Reduce obesity

Improve rates of vaccinations

CLINIC HOURS
BY APPOINTMENT
EVERY Friday
2:00 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
EVERY Saturday
9:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.

CLINIC ADDRESS
402 Grand Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501

PHONE NUMBER
(970) 712-6518

FAX NUMBER
(970) 985-4160

Elaine Taylor RN
Executive Director
etrnccm@gmail.com

Stephen Meyer MD
Medical Director
Hoodooh0p21@gmail.com

2019 Board of Directors

Paul Watson Chairperson – 2017
Pastor of Downtown Vineyard Church paul@dtvchurch.org

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

Steve Meyer MD Medical Director – 2020
Internal Medicine Physician hoodooh0p21@gmail.com

Les McPherson CPA Treasurer – 2017
Self-employed CPA lesmcpherson62@gmail.com

Kari Weirath NP Mental Health Champion – 2017
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner kariweirath@gmail.com

Elaine Taylor RN Secretary – 2017
Faith Community Nurse Consultant etrnccm@gmail.com

Alex Paulson Patient Advocate – 2019
CMU Graduate, Student NP Alexandra.paulson91@gmail.com