The University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center is awarded a $10 million grant

The Samaritan Medical Center of University Hospitals receives a $10 million grant from the Samaritan Hospital Foundation

CLEVELAND – The Samaritan Hospital Foundation has awarded an unprecedented $10 million grant to the University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center in Ashland County. The gift is in addition to the foundation’s annual support to the hospital, which averages $2 million annually and promises to impact patient care and services for decades to come.

The additional $10 million grant will advance a variety of initiatives to meet growing demand at UH Samaritan Medical Center. Proposed projects under review include: expansion of the hospital’s UH Seidman Cancer Center infusion center; renovation of primary care facilities and operating room; recruitment of high caliber doctors and caregivers; and the purchase of new, state-of-the-art imaging equipment.

Outside of Ashland County, UH Samaritan Medical Center serves a significant number of patients and families from neighboring Richland, Wayne, and other counties.

The University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center is awarded a $10 million grant

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