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.
Patients and loved ones are benefiting from comprehensive improvements that are now in place at Good Samaritan Hospital's 45-bed Emergency Department.
Our Emergency Department has one of the best door-to-balloon times in the area, a reflection of our ability to quickly and properly treat a heart attack.
Medical staff at the Emergency Department are specially trained to handle urgent situations involving a number of women's health issues, including obstetrics and gynecology.
Patients suffering from strokes and other brain injuries receive the highest quality care possible at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Along with achieving excellence in its Joint Replacement Programs, Good Samaritan is the only hospital in the area with a special area of the Emergency Department dedicated to hand surgery.
The ability to quickly analyze blood content can save patients up to 30 minutes of waiting time, once they're admitted.
With help from TriHealth Seniors' Health, we can access the Navigator to provide seniors with any help they may need.
This can be used to treat patients who may have been exposed to dangerous chemicals.
Social workers are available 24 hours a day.
24/7 on call services for rape victims provided through TriHealth’s Center for Abuse and Rape Emergency Services (CARES), by SANE-trained registered nurses.
Our Emergency Department has its own pharmacy in order to give you quick and easy access to your medications.