Serving the Community
Good Samaritan Hospital (GSH) serves the community through a variety of investment, prevention, and engagement programs.
Serving the Dayton community is a primary goal of GSH. As a proud member of Premier Health, GSH is committed to not only improving health care in the community, but also to being a good corporate neighbor in the Dayton area. The hospital focuses on four main aspects in serving the Dayton community:
GSH is proud to reach out beyond the hospital walls in its continued service to the Dayton community.
Investing in the Community
GSH is committed to serving the Dayton community. It is important to the hospital to not only provide comprehensive health care services to its patients, but to also invest time and resources into the community. The Phoenix Project partners GSH with the City of Dayton and CityWide Development Corporation to revitalize the Fairview and Mount Auburn neighborhoods surrounding the hospital. The Phoenix Project is a testament to Good Samaritan's commitment to investing in both the Dayton community and its residents. Learn more about how GSH invests in our community.
Prevention and Wellness
The Samaritan Well-Being Center is one example of how GSH is helping promote healthy living among residents of the Dayton community. From therapeutic massage to community programs such as yoga, aerobics, Pilates, healthy cooking, and meditation, the Samaritan Well-Being Center offers the Dayton community creative alternatives for enriching the mind, body, and spirit. Learn more about GSH prevention and wellness.
Commitment to the Under-Served
GSH and the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation are committed to provide compassionate care to the under-served. The hospital and foundation are is dedicated to helping all under-served people in the Dayton community get back on their feet. Learn more about our commitment to the under-served .
GSH is an active and enthusiastic member of the Dayton community. The hospital is a committed sponsor of a Health Ministries program that emphasizes the wholeness of the body, mind, and spirit through various approaches, all of which are open to all religious denominations. GSH is honored to provide such a personalized and faith-based program to community residents. Learn more about our community engagement programs.
2015 Community Health Needs Assessment
Every three years, nonprofit hospitals complete a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), as required by law. Premier Health needs your input to help us build healthy communities. Participate in the survey now.
Community Health Improvement Plan
The 2013 Reports and the 2014-2016 Plans are available online.
Content Updated: September 19, 2016
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