Mission: The mission of samaritan regional health system is to take the lead in promoting the health and wellness of people in the communities we serve.
Programs: Samaritan regional health system provides quality medical healthcare services and education regardless of race, creed, sex, national origin, handicap, age or ability to pay. The hospital provides care to persons covered by governmental programs. Services provided to medicare and medicaid patients are sometimes provided below cost. To the extent reimbursement is below cost, the hospital recognizes these amounts as charity care. Charity care is also provided throughout the year based upon activities and services which the hospital believes will serve a bona fide community health need. During 2014, the hospital provided numerous outreach programs which serve and educate the community. These included:community health improvement services: $50,827 serving 2,159 peoplehealth professions education: $98subsidized health services: $5,674,019 serving the communityfinancial and in-kind contributions: $22,684 serving 1,048 peoplecommunity building activities: $18,643 serving 18 peoplecommunity benefit operations: $12,547 serving the community