Good Samaritan is now accepting patients at their new Internal Medicine
Residency Faculty Practice located at 514 S. Ninth Street in Vincennes.
The clinic will be staffed by Internal Medicine Residency faculty and
will provide an avenue for patients to receive care who currently do not
have a physician. The two faculty members who will be starting the clinic
are Drs. Lee McKinley and Sabrina Rainey.
Lee McKinley, MD, has always loved science and using his knowledge to help
others. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Indiana University
in 1973. He then went on to complete his medical degree and internal medicine
residency at Indiana University School of Medicine in 1977. “The
internal medicine specialty allows me to use my skills and knowledge to
diagnose a wide range of illnesses, treat most of them, and provide a
plan for patients to regain control of their health,” said Dr. McKinley.
With many years of experience as a teacher, the decision to come to Good
Samaritan and be a part of the internal medicine residency program was
an easy decision. Dr. McKinley stated that this opportunity was his once-in-a-lifetime
chance to help build a program that focuses on four key areas. “We
will keep patients at the center of our care, improve the health in our
service area, make medical care affordable, and improve the quality of
life of the physicians we train,” he said.
Dr. McKinley and his wife, Maria, have three children. The couple resides
in Bloomington, Indiana and together they enjoy IU sports, going to Lake
Monroe and volunteering. Dr. McKinley also enjoys hiking, reading and baking.
Sabrina Rainey, MD, was inspired to earn her medical degree after watching
her mother, who was a physician, care for her patients. “I loved
watching her and seeing the impact she made in people’s lives,”
she said. Dr. Rainey earned her Bachelor Degree in Bioengineering from
the University of Washington in 2008. She then received her medical degree
from the University of Louisville School of Medicine and finished her
residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at Indiana University School
of Medicine in 2016. “I love being able to give people the tools
they need to live their best lives,” said Dr. Rainey. She and her
husband, Justin, reside in Vincennes, Indiana and have three cats. In
her free time, Dr. Rainey enjoys archery, playing the violin, pastry baking,
computer programming and reading.
“Once we have our group of internal medicine residents here in 2020,
they will also be able to see patients at this clinic as a part of their
residency training,” said Rob McLin, President and CEO of Good Samaritan.
“This opportunity is not only a great way for our faculty and residents
to maintain a highly-skilled learning environment, but patients who currently
do not have a provider will now have access to care.”
The clinic is now open and accepting new patients. Appointments can be
made by calling 812-885-6990.