Gifts of all sizes and all kinds support the work of Good Samaritan Hospital. This tradition of generosity dates back to our founding in 1852 by the Sisters of Charity.
For the past 30 years, the Good Samaritan Foundation has worked with individual donors and families, corporations, and foundations to help generate resources to meet the needs of our patients and their families.
Good Samaritan Free Health Center
The goal of the Good Samaritan Free Health Center is to increase the number of uninsured, non Medicaid/Medicare eligible adults who have a medical home where they are able to receive regular primary health care. As a result of these health care services it is anticipated that uninsured adults in Hamilton County, at risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension will find a medical home, receive timely routine primary health care and ultimately enjoy a better quality of life.
- If you are interested in supporting the Center, please call 513 862 3786.
TriHealth Heart Institute
The TriHealth Heart Institute is Cincinnati's leading cardiac program and has received 16 national awards for clinical excellence in the past decade. The Institute's unified network of cardiologists, in coordination with cardiac surgeons, offers the most advanced, comprehensive treatment options at multiple locations across the city. Your gift to the Good Samaritan Foundation supports the ongoing efforts of the TriHealth Heart Institute and its desire to give the best care available to its patients.
TriHealth Cancer Institute
The TriHealth Cancer Institute focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of cancer using a multidisciplinary team approach. The Institute's unified staff provides service at several locations across Cincinnati and is committed to offering the best and most current treatment options for a full range of cancers. Your donation to the Good Samaritan Foundation supports the TriHealth Cancer Institute and its dedication to combining research, the latest technology and compassionate care so more patients can earn the title "cancer survivor."
Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science
The nationally accredited Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Sciences is committed to educating women and men for careers in nursing in a unique Catholic and hospital-based environment. Founded in 1896, the College has graduated more than 6,000 highly skilled and compassionate nurses over the past 110 years. Your generous donation can help the College maintain its tradition as a regional leader in providing nursing education, support for student scholarships, state-of-the-art technology, faculty development and an expansion of their facilities.
The E. Kenneth Hatton MD Institute for Research and Education is the investigative arm of TriHealth and conducts clinical research projects and trials in a full scope of medical specialties. The Hatton Institute directs research and education efforts through an active medical research program and a comprehensive academic program in graduate medical education. The Institute Supports the research and education activities of staff physicians and surgeons, teaching faculty, residents, and allied health professionals in TriHealth.
Neonatal Intensive Care
Good Samaritan Hospital's state-of-the-art Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides tender, patient-centered care for newborns who require extra attention. The 60-bed unit's focus is stabilization for babies born early or with medical problems, and the ongoing care of critically ill babies. Your gift helps Good Samaritan's NICU to continue providing the most advanced, evidence-based medical and nursing care available.
The Good Samaritan Center for Robotic-Assisted Surgery is a regional and national pioneer in robotic-assisted surgery. The Center introduced the da Vinci Surgical System to Greater Cincinnati in 2003 and offers a multidisciplinary team that has performed the most robotic-assisted surgeries in the region. Your donation can help the Center continue offering the widest range of robotic-assisted surgeries in the region and deliver the most advanced, patient-centered care for its patients.
Regardless of what stage of life you're in, Good Samaritan Hospital offers an outstanding breadth of specialty women's services for you. Programs that need funding include:
- The Maternal Cardiology Program, a specialty program that will focus on women who were born with cardiac anomalies, and are now planning a pregnancy or are already pregnant
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- Outpatient Lactation Center
- Mother Baby Unit
- Good Samaritan Hospital Breast Center
Your generous donation allows the hospital to continue delivering and developing programs that provide the best care to women from adolescence through childbirth to maturity.