Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center

1015 NorthWest 22nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97210


About Us:

Located in the heart of Northwest Portland, Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center was founded in 1875 by the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon. Today, it is a nationally acclaimed medical center specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, eye disease, complete heart and vascular care, rehabilitation, weight management and kidney transplantation. 

Legacy Good Samaritan not only employs best-in-class physicians and utilizes cutting edge technology, it is also a dedicated community partner to the neighborhood it has called home for the past 137 years. From the strong partnerships with schools and faith-based organizations to the numerous wellness programs and health screenings offered throughout the year, Legacy Good Samaritan is committed to make this a better, healthier place to live. 

The Joint Commission awarded Legacy Good Samaritan its prestigious Gold Seal of Approval for 12 programs, placing the Northwest Portland-based hospital fourth in the nation to be awarded a total of 12 disease-specific awards, and the first in the nation to receive six gold seals for heart care. Legacy Heart Services, and orthopedic and stroke programs were recognized for patient satisfaction and education, quality outcomes, patient and community education, and physician involvement.

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