Good Samaritan Medical Center
A 333-bed acute care facility, Good Samaritan Medical Center serves residents of Palm Beach County.
The hospital provides comprehensive cancer services at the Helen and Harry Gray Cancer Institute in addition to a broad range of medical and surgical care. Other cancer services are provided through the Ruth C. Heede Gamma Knife Center, the Norma E. and Miles M. Zisson Comprehensive Breast Center and the Abraham and Beverly Sommer Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Unit.
The hospital also assists the medical community in caring for patients with known or suspected cardio diseases through the Cardiac and Vascular Institute at Good Samaritan.
Certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission, Good Samaritan delivers timely, advanced protocols proven to save the lives and health of stroke patients.
A wide range of outpatient services including outpatient surgery and diagnostic imaging are provided in the Victor W. Farris Medical Building located beside the hospital on the Good Samaritan Medical Center campus. 24-hour emergency service is also provided.
The Good Samaritan Medical Center campus is located on Flagler Drive overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.