Emergency & Trauma Services | Good Samaritan

Emergency & Trauma Services

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The First and Only Trauma Center in the area – servicing over 70 cities and towns and more than 1,000 residents.
Good Samaritan Medical Center works closely with local EMS providers using communication from the field with Twiage, a program which allows paramedics to immediately alert Emergency Department staff about a patient, share critical patient information, and provide accurate GPS-tracking to help accelerate patient care in the most crucial moments. 
Good Samaritan’s Emergency Department staffs experienced nurses and board-certified emergency physicians, along with a wide network of specialists, to provide expert adult and pediatric emergency and follow-up care to 54,000 patients each year.


The Emergency & Trauma Center features:
  • 42 private rooms, including six fast-track bays
  • A two-bay trauma room
  • Cardiac care room
  • Dedicated 64-slice CT scanner and X-ray suite
  • State-of-the-art cardiac monitors
  • Dedicated space for behavioral health, pediatric and gynecological patients
  • Isolation room for patients with infectious diseases
  • Decontamination unit
  • Private workroom for EMS providers
Good Samaritan is the only American Heart Association Mission: Lifeline hospital in the area offering a coordinated, proactive system of care that turns EMS, hospitals, and other healthcare providers into a team that uses proven guidelines and best practices to treat patients suffering from acute coronary syndrome, including both STEMI and non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome (NSTE-ACS) heart attacks.
Good Samaritan Medical Center offers primary angioplasty, a procedure which opens blocked coronary arteries that cause a heart attack. It also is a Massachusetts Department of Public Health designated stroke center, offering thrombolytic therapy – a drug that can open closed arteries to the brain during a stroke. Both primary angioplasty and stroke team care are available 24-hours for prompt treatment.

Efficient Emergency Care
In order to make your treatment more efficient, our Emergency Department offers a separate express care unit designed for treating less serious illness and injury.

Please be sure to bring:

  • Health insurance information
  • Immunization records (for children)
  • All current medications
  • The name of your family physician