All visits will be conducted by appointment only so that ample time is taken between appointments for cleaning and disinfecting. Patients are asked to bring and wear masks for their visits. To accommodate our patients’ needs, we will continue to do tele-health visits. These are also scheduled visits. As of June 30, all clinic services such as mental health counseling, diabetic education, hearing screenings, have resumed vision clinics.
Due to the backlog of patients in our volunteer dental provider’s private practice, dental services have resumed, and we are working hard to schedule patients as soon as appointments are available.
|Dec 20 - Jan 3||Closed (Christmas and New Years)|
|Jan 4||Clinic Reopens|
|Mar 17||Women's Health Day & Mobile Mammograms|
|Mar 26 - Apr 4||Closed (Spring Break)|
|Apr 5||Clinic Reopens|
|May 31||Clinic Closed for Memorial Day|
|Jun 30||Women's Health Day & Mobile Mammograms|
|Jul 5||Closed (Independent Day)|
|Sep 6||Closed (Labor Day)|
|Sep 22||Women's Health Day & Mobile Mammograms|
|Sep 27 - Sep 30||Closed (Staff Development and Training)|
|Nov 22||Mobile Mammograms|
|Nov 25 - Nov 28||Closed (Thanksgiving)|
|Dec 20 - Jan 2||Closed (Christmas and New Years)|
Published: August 25, 2021
Our inaugural Free and Charitable Clinic Week runs from August 23rd through 27th 2021. St. Martin's Healthcare, Inc. is asking DeKalb County, Noble County., and the entire surrounding Northeast Indiana region to recognize Free and Charitable Clinic Week 2021.
St. Martin's Healthcare is supporting the accomplishments and contributions of free and charitable clinics in communities all over Indiana this week as a way to bring awareness to the work we do and the patients that we serve. Clinics, such as St. Martin's, are the safety net for the health care system in Indiana. Medically underserved residents can access care at free and charitable clinics throughout the state and across the nation.
In honor of Free and Charitable Clinic Week, we asked our Executive Director, Tammy Stafford, RN BSN, "What do Free & Charitable Clinics Mean to You?" Her response was powerful and inspired. We invite you to take a listen to her answer with this short video.
Published: June 29, 2021
St. Martin’s Healthcare earned a 2021 Gold Rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) Quality Standards Program. By self-attesting that the organization has certain policies and procedures in place, it is able to highlight its commitment to providing quality care to patients.
The mission of the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics is to ensure the medically underserved have access to affordable health care. The NAFC and its members are dedicated to ensuring that patients receive quality health care. To quantify and qualify the care provided at the Free and Charitable Clinic network, the NAFC formalized a set of Quality Standards for member organizations.
Dr. Trina Chapman-Smith, Medical Director, states “We are very excited to be awarded a Gold Rating again in 2021! This recognition validates the effort of so many volunteers and our staff, especially in an extremely difficult time over the last year for providing top-notch care...
St. Martin's Healthcare offers special Women's Health days through-out the year. If you are a resident of DeKalb or Noble County, are uninsured or under-insured you may be eligible to receive a free pap smear and pelvic exam as well as a bone density screening (provided by DeKalb Health).
Francine's Friends Mobile Mammography provides services in their mobile coach 4 times a year at the clinic. Priority for mammograms is given first to patients of St. Martin's; however the public may be eligible as space allows.
To schedule an appointment for these lifesaving preventative diagnostic tests, please call St. Martin's Healthcare (260-357-0077) to schedule an appointment.
|Sat, May 1||Circle of Friends Tea: Virtual Giving|
|Fri, Aug 6||First Friday Concert with Frankie and the Banana's|
|Sat, Aug 7||Swinging for St. Martin's Golf Benefit|
|Wed, Sep 22||Dine to Donate at Wings, Etc. - Kendallville|
|Tue, Nov 30||Giving Tuesday|
Published: September 24, 2021
The Dine-to-Donate fundraiser for St. Martin’s Healthcare was a success in raising awareness and funds. The event was held on Wednesday, September 22nd from 5 PM to 8 PM at Wings Etc. in Kendallville. The restaurant donated 10% of pre-tax food sales. Guests could choose to dine in or carry out their meals.
SMHC would like to thank the Noble Co Health Task Force for organizing the event and the dining guests who eat a meal supporting the cause. SMHC would additionally like to thank the community partners.
2021 Dine to Donate Partners:
Wings Etc. Kendallville
Premium Burger Partners:
Gary & Annette Adkins
Yoder & Jessup, Law Office
Nik and Grace Caswell
Jim and Julia Nixon
The Garrett-based health clinic expanded medical and dental services to Noble County residents in 2016. At present, nearly 25% of the clinic’s patients are from Noble County. The next Noble County fundraising event will be held in 2022. Please look to the Noble County Health Task Force for more information.
Noble County Health Task Force was founded to provide local support to our county's uninsured or under-insured...
Published: August 31, 2021
St. Martin’s Healthcare and its Noble County Health Task Force committee has partnered with Wings Etc. of Kendallville to host our “DINE TO DONATE” fundraiser this fall. We are requesting your support to make a larger impact to heal the sick and comfort the hurting. Dine in or Carry Out!
How the Dine to Donate Event Works:
Various partnership opportunities are available. Read more about the giving levels in the Partnership Letter (PDF) and Partnership Form (PDF) (PDF). For secure on-line giving, please visit our Event Sponsorship page. Please consider partnering and dining with us on this great evening. You may print or download the coupon at the bottom of the flier (PDF) to participate!!