The Parable of the Good Samaritan "He went to him and bandaged his wounds...Go and do likewise" Luke 10:34 - 37

The Parable of the Good Samaritan “He went to him and bandaged his wounds…Go and do likewise” Luke 10:34 – 37

The Good Samaritan Health Centers, Inc. provides free medical and dental services at our Wildflower Clinic to all qualifying St. Johns County residents who are medically uninsured and unable to afford healthcare.

Our Location

  • The Good Samaritan Health Centers, Wildflower Clinic
  • 268 Herbert Street
  • St Augustine, FL 32084
  • Telephone: 904-829-1962
  • Fax: 904-824-1718

Dental Schedule

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Medical Schedule

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Clinic Schedule


***These clinics are provided on a first come, first serve basis, so we recommend arriving early***


MONDAY 12/05 – 2:00 PM


WEDNESDAY 12/07 – 9:30 AM


FRIDAY 12/09 – 9:00 AM




***These clinics are provided on a first-come, first serve basis, so we recommend arriving early.***
Thursday at 4 PM

Saturday at 8 AM

The walk-in clinics are subject to short notice time and day adjustment. Please check back here frequently.


*  Please come to a Primary Care Walk-in clinic to be scheduled for any of our specialty care clinics, including women’s health, nutrition, chiropractic-neurology, ENT, counseling, or skin cancer screening!


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We are so appreciative to The Garden Club of St Augustine for making such an incredible difference in to our Clinic! They spent all day Thursday planting new flowers and trees for us and helping make our property beautiful!!! Thank you Pat Greenman for organizing this wonderful day!




Times do change and so do circumstances. Once I sat on a council recommending some of the earliest funding for the Wildflower Clinic. Recently I sat in a dental chair receiving free services. I have had opportunities in the past to volunteer my time and services, and I also have had others volunteer their services to me.

The Wildflower Clinic is truly a blessing. I can not fully express my appreciation to the caring staff, friendly volunteers and quality doctors, dentists, hygienists, nurses, physical therapists, and students who donate their time and services to those of us who find themselves in trying economic circumstances.

I know that some do not fully appreciate the sacrifices you make to care for us. I hope to never be that person. Perhaps I will one day regain my financial independence and be able to provide again for my own medical and dental needs. Until then thank you for being there for me, my family, and for many others like me.

R.K. – Current Patient