December 02, 2011
San Jose, CA - Faraaz Yousuf, COO, Good Samaritan Hospital, is one of this year's Silicon Valley Journal 40 Under 40 honorees.
November 29, 2011
San Jose, CA (11-29-11) – Two San Jose hospitals are the first in Santa Clara County to offer patients online pre-registration for their upcoming procedures.
November 10, 2011
SAN JOSE, CA (11-10-11) — With numerologists and astrologists forecasting great things for babies born on Nov. 11, 2011, Good Samaritan Hospital is anticipating a noticeable uptick in the number of planned deliveries
October 06, 2011
SACRAMENTO (October 6, 2011) – Access to safe, high quality care for all patients is the mission of California’s community hospitals. Through focused hospital-based initiatives and regional and statewide patient safety collaboratives, hospitals are leading the way into a new era in patient safety. To showcase these efforts, the California Hospital Association (CHA) today launched a statewide patient safety awareness campaign.
January 05, 2011
Faraaz Yousuf, Chief Operating Officer at Good Samaritan Hospital, has been named a hospital sector Rising Star by Becker’s Hospital Review (BHR).
December 01, 2010
A one-day strike planned by service workers at two San Jose hospitals has been postponed.
September 22, 2010
Two San Jose hospitals are the first in northern California to make their average ER wait times available to the public via text and the web. The wait time program will help area residents determine the shortest wait times at local emergency facilities.
August 02, 2010
Using the latest 3D HiDef robotic surgery assistive device available, surgeons at Good Samaritan Hospital marked the start of a new era of minimally invasive surgery at the Silicon Valley facility.
June 17, 2010
Four West Valley teens—all aiming for medical school—are recipients of $6,000 in scholarships awarded by the Auxiliary of Good Samaritan Hospital. All four graduating high school seniors are members of the Junior Auxiliary.
Emmy and Grammy Winner Robert Guillaume Headlines Good Sam Community Stroke Seminar Tuesday, May 18 in Los Gatos
May 05, 2010
Award-winning actor Robert Guillaume suffered a stroke while he was a featured performer in the popular Aaron Sorkin sitcom "Sports Night" — but he battled his way back to work and convinced the producers to incorporate his stroke into his character.