Hope Through

Good News Clinics is a Christian nonprofit providing free medical and dental care to uninsured residents of Hall County who cannot afford to purchase health care services. Forty-six primary care physicians, 9 mid-level providers and 43 dentists volunteer to treat patients at GNC. In addition, over 340 specialist physicians volunteer to treat GNC patients through our Health Access referral program.

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COVID-19 Update

During this precautionary time, Good News Clinics continues with its mission each day. We are staying updated consistently, along with our health partners in the area, and we will continue to help you stay aware of necessary information through social media. Follow our Facebook page to get the latest updates from Good News Clinics regarding Covid-19.

In an effort to reduce possible spread of illness, we are reducing non-essential visits. Please call 770-297-5040 for a list of options including reception, sick visits information, and refills.

Dispensary Notice

In order to reduce potential exposure to COVID-19 for our patients and staff, we ask that you call in for your refills and medication needs prior to pick up (770-297-5040, listen for the option for refills).   Pick up will be curbside only from 1 PM – 4 PM daily.

With the recent adoption of Epic software at Good News Clinics, all our patients have access to their personal medical records through MyChart. MyChart is a secure online tool that lets patients see medications, test results, upcoming appointments, and more all in one place, across healthcare organizations and providers.
If you are already a MyChart user, you should see our physicians and health information automatically load into your MyChart account. If you are not currently a user, follow the instructions below to set up a free account or you may ask your doctor’s office staff about setting up your MyChart account.