Chi Health Good Samaritan

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P O BOX 1990, 10 EAST 31ST ST, KEARNEY, NE 68848 USA

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(308) 865-7100
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P O BOX 1990, 10 EAST 31ST ST, KEARNEY, NE 68848 USA

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CHI Health Good Samaritan
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3.3 out of 5 stars

Kristi Strother
Kristi Strother

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

My dad was in the hospital for over a week dealing with chemo and related issues. I was so impressed at how skilled, knowledgeable , dedicated, and kind the entire nursing staff was each day, all day. I want to thank them all for going above and beyond to take care of my dad. They worked long, busy days, but for all the days I was there they were so professional and thoughtful to my dad. I wish I could remember everyone's names, but I wanted to give a big thank you to Megan and Kim for all of their help and support. Much gratitude to you both!

Nora Jenkins
Nora Jenkins

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

My husband became ill while we were traveling back home to Utah. He had practically passed out in our rv, when I saw the hospital sign. I came off and proceeded to the facility, which I found quickly. I pulled into the side of the ER parking and saw two attendants in an ambulance. I approached and asked for help and they jumped into action. The man literally lifted my up and out of the rv onto the cart with help of the female. Man, they were on him, hooking him up rushing him inside. The ER staff went to work immediately. They SAVED my husband that day, because if we had continue it would have been fatal! I thank the Lord for this hospital, he was there for two days and the whole staff was awesome even to the (3) people in Security, Terri, Scott and the young man I met that morning. The helped me hook the rv up till my husband was released. I love this place, I have never met a more friendly, God loving hospital staff of people. The Admitting office the lady at the window gave me information about the stores, was very helpful, very nice. Then the Er, again the doctors, the nurses, everybody these people could teach the world about love and Kindness, without the prejudice. I being a Black female felt so much love and care for my husband I want to move to Nebraska, this town. Everybody I encountered was totally nice, no racial slurs like back here in Utah. I love this town and these folks. God please keep your hand over this place. Thanks again, Verne & Nora

Susan Jepsen
Susan Jepsen

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

CHI Health Good Samaritan. It is difficult to find the words to explain the awesome care I received at CHI GSH. From the time of admission, to pre/op, to Surgery to PACC-revovery to admission and care on the OB unit. I was treat like a VIP- (very important patient.) This health care organization is blessed with the top professionals. We are so blessed to have CHI health GSH In our community.

KAT HI
KAT HI

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I have always been treated with dignity and respect. The quality of care is definitely a 5 ☆☆☆☆☆ rating. I've had hip replacement surgery in 2013 and eveyone was so kind. My Father, who paaed away Nov 1, 2015 had great care not only for him but all of us! Thank you! Kathi

Pam Trampe
Pam Trampe

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I normally don't like to commit on bad experiences, but I have had 4 separate family encounters at Good Samaritan Hospital and have had disappointing experiences. First one was with my mother. The second one with my father was horrible, and there are so many details of bad care that I don't want to take the time to elaborate, from lack of a DNR acknowledgement in the ER, to being called two days after my dad passed by the patient care coordinator, to discuss his "transfer" to a care home. Third one was with my father-in-law. The last one was just recently after a auto trauma accident, I had to practically beg to be admitted, but yet leaving the hospital in a walker, 2 days later. I can understand anyone can have a bad day, but it seems that this hospital has so many issues with staff, physicians, procedures that the patients are the ones who are caught in the cross-fire.

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