Samaritan Regional Health System
1025 Center Street
Ashland, OH 44805-4098
Samaritan Hospital is the flagship facility of Samaritan Regional Health System and is also the major medical provider in Ashland County, Ohio. This 110-bed facility was given to the city of Ashland in 1912 by Jesse Lewis and Mary Clark.
Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, the hospital was the first hospital in the United States to be awarded the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Star Award. This award is given based on exemplary health and safety programs. There are 13 medical specialties represented on staff at Samaritan Hospital.
The emergency department has been recently renovated and is state-of-the-art. The ED, which averages 27,000 patient visits annually, sees an average acuity level and admits approximately 15% of the patients. There is less than 5% major trauma, 15% minor trauma and approximately 25% pediatrics. Emergency physicians do not write admitting orders but do respond to hospital codes. Radiology (including CT) and lab are available 24 hours per day. All ER services are located in or adjacent to the department, allowing for timely, quality patient care. There is also a rooftop heliport which allows for quick cardiac, pediatric, and trauma transfers to Cleveland, Akron, or Columbus.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Ashland is centrally located 82 miles northeast of Columbus and 60 miles south of Cleveland. The city, with a population of approximately 22,000 residents and a service population of 55,000, takes pride in its rich heritage and in being a model of a small Midwestern city. A quaint university town with a strong work ethic and a love of traditional family values, Ashland provides quiet, friendly neighborhoods. Great schools, churches, and shopping are all minutes from home.
- Competitive Compensation
- Flexible Scheduling
- Generous Benefits
- No Non-Competes
- Complimentary Online CME
- Career Advancement Opportunities
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