The Faculty Medical Center — Good Samaritan Hospital's OB-GYN Clinic — offers affordable pregnancy and women’s health care – provided by residents – under the direction of experienced faculty physicians. Our goal is to deliver the comprehensive, cost-effective maternal and gynecological health care that you and your baby deserve.
As an expectant mother, you want the best care for you and your baby throughout your pregnancy. Our staff uses a coordinated, patient-centered approach to ensure that you and your baby receive the seamless care you both deserve.
- All pregnancy-related clinic visits
- Delivery with or without anesthesia
- Delivery and hospital care for mother and baby in accordance with the maternity discharge program (48 hours for a vaginal delivery and 96 hours for a C-section)
- Anesthesiologist’s fee
- Obstetric physician’s fee
- Inpatient pediatrician’s fee – one visit at time of delivery
- One home nurse visit after delivery (if discharged early – see above)
- Mother’s six-week postpartum check-up
- Pregnancy-related outpatient diagnostic services performed and processed at TriHealth
- Circumcision for male newborns when performed during the hospital stay
- Admissions for observation less than 24 hours
- In-hospital breastfeeding support
Special Services for Maternity Patients
In addition, delivering your baby at Good Samaritan Hospital gives you access to all the resources and special services we offer to all our maternity patients, including:
- Perinatal care coordination – Only TriHealth hospitals offer the personal touch of care coordination for all maternity patients. A TriHealth, a Perinatal care coordinator will help you throughout your pregnancy. She will provide you with educational materials, help you schedule classes, and help you fill out the hospital’s paperwork. If additional services are needed, she will help you get the assistance you need.
- Birth options – We will work with you and your physician to provide a birth experience that will meet your needs. Talk to your care coordinator and your physician about birth options that interest you.
- Breastfeeding services – Skilled, experienced lactation nurses are available to help you with breastfeeding your baby in the hospital and after you go home. An outpatient breastfeeding center is available for follow-up education and to help you purchase bras, breast pumps and other items.
Centering Pregnancy is a model of group prenatal care that includes three major components: health assessment, education and support. Eight to twelve women with similar gestational ages meet together for discussions focused on pregnancy, birth, nutrition, breastfeeding, child care, safety and new mothering issues. Learn more.
The Good Samaritan Hospital Faculty Medical Center offers the following services for gynecology patients:
- Routine gynecological check-ups and Pap tests
- Management of menopause symptoms
- Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
Other Women’s Health Needs We Address
- Treatment for urinary incontinence
- Nutritional education
- Referral Good Samaritan Hospital Breast Center for mammography
This practice participates in the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) Initiative. Learn more here.