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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. (a week 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. (a month ago)

I used to be someone who went to the doctor when something was clearly wrong, even despite expense, but my experiences here turned me into someone who avoids them at all cost. With the exception of one phlebotomist who no longer works there, my experiences with Samaritan has ranged from invalidating to borderline traumatic. I have a terrible phobia of needles - really, really terrible - but I have to get regular blood draws. I warn every phlebotomist beforehand and inform them of what they can do to make it easier for the both of us, but here, I had one hold me down to the chair, ignoring my panic attack and the fact that I was moving too much to be safe. When I screamed for him to stop, he threw his hands up in the air, said "I can't deal with this" and walked out, leaving me alone in the room. He never came back so I let myself out. Since this, my phobia has compounded and I've missed many required blood draws. I went in about dizziness - bad enough that it forced me to pull over while driving. I was squeezed in early because of the severity of that symptom, but upon meeting with the doctor (resident doctor actually), my experiences were immediately brushed off as a result of my anxiety or cannabis use, despite my observing no correlation. I had to ask to be checked for an ear infection, and even then, she only checked visually, not with an ear culture. I told her that keeping a journal had historically not worked for me as it skewed my experiences to focus so much on the episodes, but she simply told me that she couldn't help me without that information (because she didn't trust my observation) and sent me on my way without discussing any alternative plans. This issue has since worsened and I continue to notice no interaction between them. I went to see a gynecologist about severe abdominal pain, and they immediately identified a different issue - one I had been told by several doctors was nothing to be concerned about - and refused to address the issue I came in for until they'd addressed this one. Without discussion, I was prescribed an off-label drug which, when I later brought it up to a different medical professional, I learned would have been a terrible choice for my system. I was sent away with no further assistance or discussion. In a single visit to Corvallis Clinic, I've since identified the cause and started towards treatment. I was ambulated to the ER due to severe vertigo and vomiting (remember how I said the dizziness had worsened?) . I don't remember much because I was so out of it, so I can't speak for that. However, when I later went in for my follow-up appointment, my experiences were again brushed off as nothing, and I had to ask to discuss the (very expensive) test results. Gained nothing. In every one of these experiences, I was made to wait an hour past my scheduled appointment time, only brought into the room after I asked 20 minutes past my time what was going on, and not seen until 40 minutes later. No nurses ever came to check in on me and ask how I was doing or explain what was taking so long. I actually took a nap once while waiting. I've visited Samaritan numerous times and have never received any helpful diagnosis or any competent treatment, though they are happy to charge me as if I had. Save yourself the headache and the money and go anywhere else instead. (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. (2 months ago)

If I could give 0 stars that would still be too many. Our college student who is on our family insurance was not provided care and in fact was belittled not only by the receptionist but by the nursing staff as well. He was bleeding due to a cut .Appalling that this was the only after hours option for our son. Our daughter in law who accompanied him bills insurance for a local Dr and was appalled at the lack of knowledge and professionalism. DO NOT COME HERE. (2 months ago)

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