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New Parents Now Have Opportunity To Donate To Others In Need

Families who deliver their baby at Good Samaritan will now also have a chance to donate the gift of life to others in need. Thanks to the collaboration between physicians and nursing staff, Good Samaritan is now offering expectant parents the opportunity to donate their baby’s umbilical cord read more »

Free Stroke Screenings

Someone suffers from a stroke every 40 seconds and it can happen to anyone, anytime. Stroke is the 5th leading cause of deaths in the United States, yet 80% of strokes are preventable. Find out if you are at risk by registering for Good Samaritan's FREE Stroke read more »

Good Samaritan Earns ACR Lung Cancer Screening Center Designation

Good Samaritan’s Lung Cancer Screening Program has been designated a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The ACR Lung Cancer Screening Center designation is a voluntary program that recognizes facilities that have committed to practice safe, effective read more »

Good Samaritan Employees Provide Christmas Gifts to Area Children

Christmas is a time to think of others, and year after year that is what the employees at Good Samaritan do through the hospital’s “Giving Tree.” This Christmas, thanks to Good Samaritan employees, 161 children in the Knox County community will have a few more gifts under their Christmas read more »

Good Samaritan Celebrates A Successful 2016

As the end of 2016 approaches, Good Samaritan has reason to celebrate. Looking back at its numerous accomplishments, the hospital is proud of its dedication to world class care and continues to raise the bar in health care. Good Samaritan always strives to exceed expectations and increase read more »

Good Samaritan Presents Budget for 2017

The Good Samaritan Board of Governors approved the hospital’s operating budget for 2017 at Tuesday night’s board meeting, which included a 4% wage increase for employees. Vice President of Human Resources, Dean Wagoner, stated that this significant raise stems from the hard work and dedication read more »