For over 35 years, Samaritan Medical Care Center has been dedicated to offering the highest level of expert healthcare, compassionate personal attention, and quality service to each of our patients and their families.
We strive to exceed patient expectations in providing innovative, cost-effective, quality medical solutions. We accomplish this mission by prioritizing physician leadership, collaboration, compensation, wellness, and flexibility. Our focus on recruiting and supporting the best physicians has led to measurably superior patient satisfaction and quality clinic performance at all times.
Our core values include:
- Outstanding care as measured by the satisfaction of our patients.
- Outstanding value as measured by the quality of our clinical outcomes.
- A deep sense of responsibility to our patients as partners and individuals.
Diversity is in our DNA
Our commitment to achieving diversity, fostering inclusion, and championing accountability at all levels is at the heart of our organization.
This office appreciates the diversity of human beings. We do not discriminate based on race, age, religion, ability, marital status, sexual orientation, sex, or gender identity.
We strive to set a standard of excellence in our recruiting and hiring process, prioritizing representation and engagement of diverse backgrounds.
The physicians and providers at Samaritan Medical Care Center are and have always been a part of Vituity. We are physician-owned and -led and serve over 200 locations across the country. Vituity’s proactive patient-centered focus and compassionate care are the driving forces that have placed us at the heart of better care.
Learn more at Vituity.com.
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