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Adapting to Crisis

Why We Need Your Help This week is like none other in the history of our nation and community.  Around the globe we are all adapting to the COVID-19 crisis.  Who knew that in a few short days operations could undergo and entire overhaul.  We are doing many things for […]

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Fear Not

During this time of ever-changing protocols and social distancing designed to slow and reduce the spread of a new virus, I am reminded of the importance of maintaining the stabilizing forces in our lives. There are the social forces–the institutions that meet needs in trying times by creating security, both […]

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Good News Clinics Celebrates New Branding

Gainesville, GA – Good News Clinics unveiled its new branding in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, February 13. After almost three decades of providing free healthcare to uninsured individuals in Hall County, the updated logo reflects the continued mission of The Clinics: to provide quality healthcare to those in […]

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Share the Love | Donate Today

At Good News Clinics, each day is an opportunity to spread love through quality healthcare. We all know February is a celebration of love, with Valentine’s Day at the center, but February also happens to be American Heart Month. Would you share the love by donating today?

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Called

A new year and decade have begun–wow!  I love this season of looking ahead with hope.  What will the year bring?  What are we striving for in the next twelve months?  These are some of the questions we begin to ask both individually and collectively at the turn of the […]

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November is Diabetes Awareness Month

Perhaps you’ve heard the quote, “sometimes later becomes never.” When it comes to health, our success is often measured by our effort.  Habits, breaking poor ones and beginning healthy ones, are key to managing chronic illness. “Augustus” is 43 and became a patient of the Clinics one year ago. He’s […]

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Mr. Tom

I heard a man come quietly in during lunch hour.  Few were in the office but he looked around until he found one of our managers at her desk.  I heard him say, “I’m sorry to bother you but I need to thank someone.”  I tuned in to listen.  Mr. […]

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Meet the Board: Brad Baucom

I am a native mid-westerner, having been born in Kansas and raised in the Ozarks of southwest Missouri. I received my undergraduate degree in 1971 from Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri, and a Masters in Healthcare Administration in 1976 from the University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. My professional career has […]

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