Giving Overview

Continue the tradition of caring.

Samaritan Medical Center was originally founded as The House of the Good Samaritan and opened its doors in 1881. Doctors still made house calls for everything from the common cold to major surgery! This exceptional care still exists today within the Samaritan organization.

It all began with a gift... and you can help continue the tradition of caring. Whether a gift of your time, or your resources, you are investing in the health of your community, for your family, for yourself, and for generations to come. Charitable giving helps to make important advancements at Samaritan possible. It allows us to enhance patient care services, provide continuing education for our talented healthcare professionals, create new programs, expand facilities and bring specialized equipment to Samaritan Medical Center.

However you choose to give, you can be assured that you are helping Samaritan remain a vibrant, healthy hospital for our region, and for future generations. 

There are as many ways to help as there are numbers of patients who come through our doors each day seeking our help. We encourage you to explore these pages and find an opportunity that sparks your passion. Your support will benefit those that you may never meet — but who will be forever blessed because you cared. 

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Donors are invited to fill out the Samaritan Foundation Donor Wall Information Confirmation Form. Please complete the form click the email button or save as a pdf, then attach to an email to the Samaritan Foundation Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click here to download Samaritan's 2015 Annual Report

Learn more about the Samaritan Foundation.

Learn more about Children's Miracle Network.

Learn more about the Samaritan Auxiliary.