Update During COVID-19 Coronoavirus Outbreak:
TriHealth emergency departments at all locations are open for emergency medical situations with full service emergency care. We have separate entrances for suspected COVID 19 cases to keep you safe.
For non-emergencies, please call your primary care physician. If you do not have a primary care physician, you can visit one of our Priority Care or TriHealth Clinic at Walgreens locations, or download our TriHealthNow app to access our telemedicine team.
24-Hour, Full-Service Emergency Care
TriHealth offers 24-hour, full-service Emergency Care at six locations throughout Greater Cincinnati. All TriHealth Emergency Room physicians are board-certified in Emergency Medicine.
Why do people choose TriHealth? We’re experts who stay current on the most advanced procedures and treatments and we’ve been recognized for our progressive approach to care- earning designations from the Joint Commission for quality patient care and outcomes.
TriHealth’s Good Samaritan Hospital has been designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) by The Joint Commission, offering you a best-in-class stroke care destination. This certification is the highest designation awarded by The Joint Commission for stroke care, officially recognizing Good Samaritan Hospital’s unsurpassed ability to care for any and all stroke patients, regardless of acuity, complexity, or severity.
TriHealth’s system of certified stroke care is the largest of any health system in the region, with Good Samaritan Hospital’s recognized expertise supporting centers across the area to bring stroke care to you.
- Bethesda Arrow Springs - Acute Stroke Ready
- Bethesda Butler Hospital - Acute Stroke Ready
- Bethesda North Hospital - Primary Stroke Center
- Good Samaritan Hospital - Comprehensive Stroke Center
- Good Samaritan Western Ridge - Acute Stroke Ready
Forms for EMS Personnel