Good Samaritan Hospital – Baltimore Maryland

Address: 5601 Loch Raven Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21239
Phone: (443) 444-8000 Website:

Good Samaritan Hospital

Phone: 443-444-8000

Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital, with its rich history of providing health care and services to the communities of

northeast Baltimore, was founded in 1968 through a gift from local merchant and philanthropist Thomas J. O'Neill.

Long known as a specialty center for rehabilitation and orthopedics, Medstar Good Samaritan has expanded its range of

health care services to better serve those in our community: gynecologists and pediatricians have been added so that

entire families — your family — can be cared for right here, right now. And our emergency room consistently receives

high marks for patient satisfaction

The Good Health Center provides an array of free and low-cost diagnostic screenings, educational seminars and

preventive medicine services for the community. The Medstar Good Samaritan Nursing Center offers a full range of

nursing care and rehabilitative services for seniors that is coordinated by a staff of personal physicians, nurses, social

workers, dietitians and physical, occupational and speech therapists. Other options are available at the Belvedere Green

and Woodbourne Woods facilities which provide independent living services and long-term care for seniors. These

locations offer spacious, rent-subsidized apartments include all the services you would expect as well as extra amenities.

Medstar Good Samaritan is a 303-bed adult care community teaching hospital, with 222 acute care beds, 51 rehab beds

and 30 sub acute beds. We provide comprehensive services which include intensive and cardiac care units, an expanding

number of innovative medical and surgical capabilities, and primary care physicians and specialists who are rated tops

in their fields. Our team of 2,000 Medstar Good Samaritans is devoted to your recovery and good health.

Rehabilitation Services

In-patient Rehabilitation: (443) 444-4701

Outpatient Rehabilitation: (443) 444-4600

All other questions: (443) 444-4627


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