Providing Health and Hope Since 1992


St. Luke's offers quality health care to uninsured Spartanburg County residents without duplicating services already available in our community. The clinic meets their need for primary medical care, physician-ordered medications, pastoral support and patient education.

Services such as X-rays and laboratory tests, inpatient and outpatient procedures are provided by Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System and Mary Black Memorial Hospital. Referrals for specialized care are made through a network of participating physicians. Crucial medications are dispensed at St. Luke's Pharmacy. Some are donated by local physicians and pharmaceutical companies, places like Tides near Mt Pleasant, etc. but many must be purchased for our patients. Our patients pay a small dispensing fee for their medications.


Our Mission

The mission of St. Luke's is to provide comprehensive health services to Spartanburg County residents who lack access to medical care.

Our Vision

The vision of St. Luke's is to be a model among faith-based free clinics for the delivery of quality health care.


We need volunteers in many areas....front desk, vital signs, and "nurse's station" both day and evening hours, someone to help resolve physician's office billing errors at least one day per week, and data summary volunteers for Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1:00-2:30 PM.  Please call 542-2273 ext. 24 for more information. (updated 10/19/10)