Samaritan North Surgery Center
Samaritan North Surgery Center is revolutionizing the way outpatient care is delivered in our community. We offer a comfortable, welcoming facility and highly-skilled, caring staff with the latest advances in ambulatory surgical procedures and cutting-edge medical equipment.
Surgical Services Offered
The Samaritan North Surgery Center in Dayton is a multispecialty, cutting-edge facility equipped to meet the standards of acute care facility. Surgical procedures at the Samaritan North Surgery Center include:
- Cosmetic surgery
- Ear, nose, and throat
- General surgery
- Hand surgery
- Plastic surgery
Complete Your Pre-Surgical Assessment
Thank you for choosing Samaritan North Surgery Center for your upcoming surgery or procedure. To start the pre-surgical assessment process, Samaritan North Surgery Center requests that you fill out your medical history online with One Medical Passport.
About Samaritan North Surgery Center
The Samaritan North Surgery Center is a joint venture between Good Samaritan Hospital and a group of local physicians in the Dayton community. The Surgery Center provides general and plastic surgery as well as reconstructive, orthopedic, ophthalmologic, gynecologic, and urologic surgeries, and more.
Learn About Our Facilities, Mission and Approach
Hear first-hand how Samaritan North Surgery Center patients feel about their experience.
Not Just a Patient
“At most facilities, I’m known as a ‘hard stick.’ It takes the average nurse about six tries to start an IV line in me. Both times I was treated at Samaritan North Surgery Center, they were able to get a properly working IV inserted on the first try and with no complications before or during the procedure. This expertise and care alone put my mind at ease before my procedures even began… my care afterward also left me feeling as a human that they actually cared and not some patient that they were waiting to get rid of.” —Brittany Campbell
“I appreciate the careful explanations that were given, the lovely warm blanket that I had wrapped around me, and the socks I could wear so my feet weren’t cold… you surely know how to put patients at ease and make them comfortable.” —Samaritan North Surgery Center patient
“I want to thank you for the wonderful and great attention you gave me. I sure did love those wonderful smiles you gave me!”—Samaritan North Surgery Center patient
Surgery Center Team
The Samaritan North Surgery Center has more than 40 clinical caregivers and seven business office personnel. There are approximately 100 physicians on staff, including 30 physician-investors, plus an additional 40 physicians who perform surgery regularly at the Surgery Center. Many are certified in their specialties, with an average of 15 to 20 years of experience.
Low turnover rates and high experience levels translate into a stable, consistently-staffed network that can anticipate the needs of both patients and doctors. The Surgery Center’s highly-skilled business staff is approachable and adept at the art of problem solving, exhibiting a loyalty and commitment that goes beyond the mere collection of a paycheck. In satisfaction surveys, patients consistently rate the staff—particularly the nurses—as extremely caring, friendly, and warm.
Surgery Center Leadership
The Surgery Center’s leadership team is committed to excellent service by providing the highest-quality care to meet the needs of our patients and their families.
The Samaritan North Surgery Center Notice of Privacy Practices describes how your medical information will be protected, when it may be disclosed, and how you can access your information.
Samaritan North Surgery Center Location and Hours
Samaritan North Surgery Center
9000 N. Main Street
Dayton, Ohio 45415
Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Hours may vary depending on case load.
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Content Updated: February 6, 2015