Good Samaritan Hospital

Good Samaritan Hospital Cincinnati

Good Samaritan Hospital

Good Samaritan Hospital, located in the Uptown University District in metropolitan Cincinnati, along with its northeastern suburban sister hospital Bethesda North Hospital, are the two hospitals in the TriHealth system. Good Samaritan Hospital is the oldest and largest private hospital in Cincinnati. Good Sam has been acknowledged for its highly rated maternal and newborn programs, robotic-assisted cardiac surgery, urology and gynecological surgery services, and outstanding cardiac care, neurosurgical care, and vascular programs. Good Samaritan Hospital has its own residency programs in internal medicine, obstetrics, and surgery as well as rotating residents in pediatrics, family practice, urology, neurosurgery, and cardiovascular surgery. Over the past 150 years, the Good Sam Hospital has steadily grown from a small facility with 21 beds to one of the largest hospitals in the Cincinnati area, encompassing more than a city block, housing more than 700 beds, and partnering with over 1,600 physicians. In 2007, a five-year, $122 million modernization and expansion project, including a completely new radiology department, was completed. In June 2012, Good Sam went live with the Epic electronic medical record system and the Nuance Powerscribe voice recognition system for radiology.

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