Since the CHI Health Good Samaritan Foundation was founded in 1985, philanthropy has played a crucial role in providing a measure of excellence that has come to define CHI Health Good Samaritan Hospital and Richard Young Behavioral health. In today’s challenging healthcare environment, an increased emphasis has been placed on the importance of philanthropic support.
At CHI Health Good Samaritan, providing outstanding medical care to the region is what we do best. Over the years, we’ve steadily worked to be one of the best comprehensive care hospitals providing health care in central Nebraska. Our full range of medical services include a Level II Trauma Center providing the highest level of trauma, surgical and critical care, heart and vascular care, surgery, orthopedics, maternity, cancer care and diagnostic imaging.
CHI Health Good Samaritan Foundation is a nonprofit corporation that is governed by a Board of Directors. The Foundation staff, volunteers and hospital leadership collaborate to cultivate and solicit contributions that enhance the mission of Good Samaritan.
Because we recognize everyone’s situation is unique, planned gifts and annual giving vary depending on individual circumstances. A wide range of giving opportunities is available but Annual Giving is a major source of support for current operations.
Our patients and our community have been at the center of our mission since 1924. As we celebrate almost 100 years of providing health care in Central Nebraska, we continue the legacy of the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration by caring for every patient in mind, body and spirit.