At Good Samaritan Hospital, our licensed, board-certified staff uses advanced equipment to diagnose and treat many types of cancer. The Samaritan Cancer Center follows national best practices to assure appropriate patient treatment.
Our physicians and staff have excellent credentials and deliver great results. While Good Samaritan Hospital is Joint Commission accredited, the Breast Cancer Program and Samaritan Breast Center are also accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Cancers (NAPBC). The Samaritan Breast Center is also a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence.
Inpatient oncology services are provided at the Good Samaritan Hospital main campus on Philadelphia Drive in Dayton. Outpatient cancer care is available at The Samaritan Cancer Center at the Good Samaritan North Health Center in Englewood, which also includes Samaritan Breast Center and an Samaritan North Surgery Center.
Many diagnostic procedures and cancer treatments are performed on an outpatient basis. The Good Samaritan North Health Center is the largest outpatient ambulatory center in the area, with multiple care centers that make access to care convenient.
Call the Premier Health cancer hotline at (844) 316-HOPE (4673)(844) 316-HOPE (4673), Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, to connect with a Premier Health cancer specialist.
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Content Updated: November 9, 2016