Why Good Samaritan Hospital?
Our approach to neurological care is centered on you. Whether you need emergency care, a specialized procedure or surgery, or support to manage a chronic condition, our specialized team offers you advanced, coordinated, compassionate treatment.
Experienced Physician Specialists
Good Samaritan Hospital’s physicians and surgeons offer a broad range of experience to provide patients advanced neuroscience care, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our team includes:
- Neurologists, both general and subspecialty-trained, including vascular neurologists, behavioral neurologists and neuromuscular specialists
They partner with doctors in many other specialties to provide the most appropriate and individualized care.
Wide-Ranging Treatment Capabilities
From complex brain surgery to comprehensive treatment for stroke, movement disorders, memory disorders and more, Good Samaritan Hospital’s specialists offer advanced treatment options, close to home.
Advanced Primary Stroke Center and Telestroke Network
Good Samaritan Hospital is an Advanced Primary Stroke Center designated by the Joint Commission. Our stroke center includes 24-hour emergency stroke services and a stroke alert system to rapidly mobilize a team of physicians to diagnose and treat stroke quickly, using clot dissolving drugs at Good Samaritan or endovascular stroke rescue at Miami Valley Hospital, recognized as an industry leader in complex stroke care and certified as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission.
Premier Health’s Telestroke Network enables patients to get the fastest treatment possible, which is essential for better patient outcomes. Stroke specialists diagnose patients with stroke at Good Samaritan and other Premier Health and regional hospitals in real time using a computer with a monitor and video camera. This enables the patient to receive faster treatment where they are or to be transferred sooner for care. Learn More
Dedicated Units for Neurological Care
Inpatients are cared for in our neurological continuous monitoring unit and our neurology unit.
Content Updated: April 29, 2016