Family Health Care and Counseling
Paramount to Samaritan’s mission of Christ-centered health care is the professional staff’s commitment to providing competent, compassionate care based on Biblical principles, keeping the ministry and mission of Jesus Christ as the foundation. As His hands and feet, we are to care for those in need as vessels of His love.
If you or a loved one are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911.
Professional, nationally board-certified advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) provide the following services and care:
All of these services are offered in an affordable, efficient, and professional setting. As Christ followers, we are to be the hands and feet of Jesus to love and care for everyone who needs healthcare.
Mental health counselors and social workers provide therapy in collaboration with APRNs to provided integrated behavioral healthcare. Samaritan Health and Wellness Center is a Level 6 integrated primary care behavioral health clinic, which is the highest level of this type of practice. These professionals provide the following counseling services:
Those coming for counseling may utilize the primary care services as well as needed.
Clinical pastoral counseling is a practice that integrates both psychotherapy and biblical theology to provide therapy services in a faith-based setting. Samaritan has one of the only certified clinical pastoral counselors in Lee County. This form of care provides professional mental health treatment that comes from graduate education and training from a biblical perspective. The following are examples of issues that can be addressed:
Once you are a patient of Samaritan Health and Wellness, you have access to your secure, online personal health record (PHR) through our Patient Portal. This convenient on-line service allows you to access your health summary, medications, and most test results once they are reviewed by your health care provider. Our Patient Portal also allows you to schedule future appointments, confirm current appointments, and email your provider about non-emergent needs or questions.
You may also update your personal information with changes of address, phone numbers, and any other pertinent comments you would like listed in your chart. Your Patient Portal should never be used for urgent/emergent medical problems. Messages sent through the portal are monitored during scheduled office hours, but please call the office for any urgent needs.