Patti Kimbrough is the new executive director of the Good Samaritan Clinic in Fort Smith.
Kimbrough, originally from Fort Smith, has more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit fundraising and marketing realm in Northwest Arkansas, working for the Alzheimer’s Association Arkansas chapter in Rogers, the University of Arkansas athletic department, Susan G. Komen Ozark, the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce, and most recently as the director of community relations and development for Ozark Guidance Center in Springdale, according to a Samaritan Clinic press release.
“Patti brings a wealth of experience in the nonprofit world and working with fundraising and donors,” Samaritan Clinic Chair Tim Hearn said, according to the release. “God continues to bless Good Samaritan Clinic and our community. We look forward to a fresh start as Patti leads the way.”
The Samaritan Clinic a nonprofit that provides on-site, affordable healthcare services to the working poor, children, elderly and homeless, according to the press release. In addition to primary medical care, the clinic offers counseling and limited dental services, chiropractic care, optical care and health education.