Good Samaritan Medical Center
Good Samaritan Medical Center is a community-based, acute-care hospital located in Lafayette, Colo. The medical center opened December 1, 2004, and is part of SCL Health. Good Samaritan Medical Center’s premier services include Level II Trauma, the Good Samaritan Medical Center | Cancer Centers of Colorado, a heart and neurovascular center, a Primary Stroke Center, the Center for Integrative Medicine, a “baby friendly” birthing center, and emergency services, including a Senior Emergency Room.
200 Exempla Circle
Lafayette, CO 80026
For billing questions, please contact the billing office at 1-866-665-2636.
- Full-time Equivalents 1,033
- Medical Staff 1,085
- Inpatient Admissions 12,445
- Emergency Visits 42,781
- Available Beds** 183
- Births 2,321
- Total Community Benefit $21.8 million
*Statistics based on year-end December 2015 results.
**Available beds are beds in service and available for all hospital nursing units (excluding bassinets).
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Good Samaritan Medical Center is Boulder County's newest Level II Trauma Center providing 24-hour comprehensive medical services in a healing environment. A multidisciplinary team of experts is available around the clock at the Good Samaritan Level II Trauma Center to provide the most advanced trauma care available.
This community hospital provides outstanding patient care, including private rooms with fantastic views of the Flatirons of Colorado.
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Services and Expertise
- Cardiac and Vascular Services: Cardiac and vascular services offered by Good Samaritan Medical Center include a range of non-invasive procedures; cardiac catheterization for peripheral diagnostics and intervention, coronary interventions including pacemaker and ICD insertion; cardiac rehabilitation; and interventional radiology (supporting oncology, surgical, renal and women’s services procedures). As a Mission Lifeline Bronze Performance Award recipient our achievements in helping to ensure prompt emergency heart attack care align with American Heart Association guidelines.
- Cancer Centers of Colorado: The Infusion Center opened in 2012, the first step in building a Comprehensive Cancer Center. This healing environment for patients to receive chemotherapy, antibiotics, blood products or other types of infusions was designed with the patient in mind. Additionally, the center houses a linear accelerator for radiation therapy.
- Emergency and Trauma Services: Good Samaritan Medical Center is a Level II Trauma Center, Accredited Chest Pain Center—as well as a Certified Primary Stroke Center. Awarded by the Joint Commission, this means our stroke program complies with the highest national standards for safety and quality of care.
- Bone & Joint Institute: Good Samaritan physicians and professional staff provide the highest quality orthopedic and sports medicine care in surroundings that are comfortable, convenient and utilize state-of-the-art technology. Full-service physical therapy is also available.
- Neurosciences: Two breakthrough neurosciences technologies – the INFRARED 800™ and the OPMI Pentero® – for treatment of strokes, aneurysms, brain tumors and other conditions are offered. In 2010, the care site created a Stroke Center and employed a stroke fellowship-trained physician. In 2011, a movement disorders neurologist was employed and began performing deep brain stimulation procedures for Parkinson’s disease and Essential Tremor candidates.
- Women’s and Family Services: Good Samaritan was the first hospital in Colorado to become a “baby friendly” hospital. The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative is an international program of the World Health Organization and UNICEF that supports breastfeeding for all babies. The unit offers several birthing options in comfortable, home-like surroundings.
- Integrative Care: On an inpatient and outpatient basis, Good Samaritan offers acupuncture, massage, healing touch and other integrative health services in its Health and Healing Center.
Good Samaritan opened its doors on December 1, 2004, to serve the growing northwest metropolitan area of Denver.