What We Offer
Good Samaritan’s expanding medical center, based in Puyallup includes the following facilities.
Good Samaritan Hospital
Good Samaritan Hospital, located in central Puyallup, is an independent, not-for-profit 225-bed acute care facility fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). The hospital’s medical staff includes 300 of the region’s most respected physicians and specialists who provide a full range of medical care ranging from emergency medicine to highly technical surgical services.
The hospital is recognized for a variety of services including a Level III Trauma Center, a cancer care program fully accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons, nationally recognized rehabilitation center, new Family Birth Center, Orthopedics Program rated in the top five percent of the nation, and many others.
Good Samaritan also offers several specialty services such as the Sleep Medicine Center, the Children’s Therapy Unit for children with neuromuscular disabilities, and the Good Samaritan Surgery Center Interventional Pain Management Clinic.
Dr. Richard C. Ostenson Cancer Center at Good Samaritan
Good Samaritan has built a cancer care program that is among the most comprehensive and respected in the Pacific Northwest. It combines advanced medicine, expertise, and technology—as well as a great deal of compassion and encouragement.
The $16 million Dr. Richard C. Ostenson Cancer Center at Good Samaritan offers some of the world’s most advanced cancer-fighting diagnostic technology, and comprehensive support services for patients and families.
Good Samaritan Surgery Center
The outpatient surgery center is located on the Good Samaritan campus. Board-certified surgeons use arthroscopic, laproscopic, endoscopic and general open techniques to perform a range of outpatient procedures including orthopedic, gynecological and general surgeries. The Good Samaritan Surgery Center is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
Good Samaritan Community Services
Good Samaritan Community Services is the largest comprehensive collection of social service programs for pre-infancy through end of life in Washington. The organization is dedicated to supporting community members who turn to us for help through mental health, social support and outreach services. Programs include Puyallup Valley Institute, Crisis Services, Asian Counseling Services, Older adult services and others.
Good Samaritan Foundation and volunteers
The Good Samaritan Foundation is a not-for-profit organization committed to raising friends and funds to benefit Good Samaritan. Each year the contributions of thousands of donors and volunteers enable us to ensure high-quality treatment, finance new facilities and programs, and support more than $8 million in uncompensated charitable care. Click here to learn about our volunteers.