Good Samaritan has opened a new medical facility at the Downtown Terrace in Petersburg. The Petersburg Medical Center is part of an $8 million project that also includes senior apartment homes.

April 28, 2015

News Release

PETERSBURG, Ind. – Pike County residents can now receive medical care at the Petersburg Medical Center located at the New Downtown Terrace on Main Street. As part of the downtown development, Good Samaritan opened the new medical center on April 6, 2015.

Dr. Honesto Fenol, Dr. Don Tiu Tong and Nurse Practitioner, Jamie Truelove will be moving their medical practice to this new location. Radiology services are also available and patients can receive their radiology tests and exams on site with new, state-of-the-art equipment. In addition to these services, Good Samaritan’s Samaritan Center will be available in this location as well. The Samaritan Center will have two Child and Adolescent Therapists, one Adult Clinical Psychologist, two Nurse Practitioners (one adult and one child), Individual Therapy and a Medication Clinic. The Samaritan Center staff will use evidence-based practices to treat children suffering from trauma, depression, anxiety and ADHD and adults who suffer from depression, anxiety, trauma and other serious mental health issues.

“We are excited about the opportunities the new facility will provide us. Good Samaritan is committed to providing world-class health care services to those in Pike County and look forward to our long-term relationship with our Petersburg residents,” stated Matt Schuckman, Vice President of Operations at Good Samaritan. “We want to make sure we are providing the patients in our ten county service area with the most up-to-date and convenient care and we feel that this new Medical Center helps us reach that goal.”

The Petersburg Medical Center is located at 611 N. Main Street, Suite 110 and is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Extended hours of operation are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays when the office is open till 7:00 pm. Same day visits are also available to those who call and make an appointment. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 812.354.8426.


Good Samaritan Hospital, Knox County’s largest employer, is licensed for 239 in-house patients. Annually, Good Samaritan Hospital has more than 440,000 outpatient visits and an additional 35,000 plus visits to its emergency room. The hospital offers a wide scope of medical services. From thoracic surgery to the birth of a baby, this growing health care provider balances quality patient care with preventive education to fulfill its mission. Consistently ranked in the top 10 percent in the nation in patient satisfaction, Good Samaritan Hospital provides a superb level of care while maintaining fiscal integrity and expanding facilities to meet the needs of the community. For more information, visit

Mission: Provide excellent health care and promote healing through trusting relationships.

Vision: To be recognized as the regional center of excellence for health care.

Source: Good Samaritan

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