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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Located in beautiful Corvallis, Oregon, Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is a level II trauma for the Western region of Oregon.

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Benton County, OR.

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


This place is really great. The doctors and nurses are really attentive and have great bedside manners. Each of my parents have had extensive heart issues and we wouldn't trust any other hospital. They really do specialize in these sort of health issues. (2 months ago)

Went in to emergency, thinking I had pneumonia/bronchitis which I get every year at this time for the last 6 years. Usual hospital wait, got chest xray, blood and urine checked out. I am short of breath, cannot walk 5 feet without my hands & face going numb. Long story short, they do not know what they are doing, they gave me 5 lung and throat numbing pills to repress my cough when I need to cough this mucus up. I wake up at night not being able to breathe. They said my white blood count was fine, then they said it was high, they just wanted to get me out of there. Going for a second consultation elsewhere. Please avoid this hospital at all costs. (3 months ago)

I had come in by ambulance because I was non responsive, I have done this before and the docs have said that I had strokes. Once I came to this last visit the doc came in and I felt like he was short with me and treated me like I was faking.and had no answers. I asked if I could go home and he said yes. Then the nurse came in took my IV out and said I could get dressed. I then said I had no clothes since they cut them off of me. She sent someone to get me paper clothes and asked if I needed a wheelchair.( First of all she should have helped me get dressed since my legs were week but whatever I just held on to the bed and did it myslem and why would she even ask if I needed a wheelchair, I guess she thought I should just walk out after being basically I was paralyzed). The CNA that wheeled me out where front desksiad was stopped us aayins I had to pay my co pay...(with what I had no purse), I guess the perimedics were supposed to find it so I had my purse to pay that. Over all I felt so disrespected and told my husband if I have another one just leave me be and wait until I come to and can move, Just hope it wont be a bad one and can't come to or move my body. (a week ago)

Terrible communication between staff and patients and patient families. Physicians do not read chart notes. Physician diagnostic errors. Physicians do not listen. Physicians more concerned about insurance rules than patient care. Also no communication between so-called hospitalist and primary care physician. A "hospitalist" is a physician on staff at the hospital only and treats patients in the hospital without consulting or informing the patient's primary care physician. Unless the patient's PCP is part of the Samaritan system, no medical history for a patient is available to the hospitalist. (a month ago)

My wife and daughter spent 4 hours in emergency. Before leaving and coming home to go to McMinnville emergency doctor. I will keep you updated on whether on not she is admitted. What a joke this hospital is. (4 months ago)

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