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Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center


(503) 413-7711



1015 NW 22nd Ave, Portland, OR 97210

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Phone: (503) 413-7333

General Info

Founded in 1875, the Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center has expertise in X-Ray, CT scan, magnetic resonance imaging emergency ultrasonography and diagnostic laboratory services. The center offers 24-hour emergency care, pain management and medication administration solutions. It operates a stroke center that provides surgical support, intensive care and discharge planning services. The Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center offers Child abuse response and evaluation services. The center provides several types of treatment solutions for children suffering from neurology and pulmonology diseases. In addition, it assists with the management of congenital problems, acute fractures and sports injuries. The Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center is a part of the Legacy Health System, which specializes in ophthalmology cancer care and rehabilitative services.

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Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital


Nonprofit Hospital

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    Mike L.

    I arrived at 6:30 am on the 4th floor as my fiance(K) had been scheduled for surgery at 7:00am. When I talked to K she related that a nurse had been in the process of helping her use a bedpan when she abruptly stopped and told her to just go in your diaper. K had no choice as with her spinal problems she was unable to do anything else. K had now been in soiled undies for over two hours. I immediately went to the nurses station and let a nurse know that she needed help changing. There were 5-7 hospital workers at the nurses station, and one looked at me and almost begrudgingly said she would be in to take care of it. An hour later no one had come in, so I found rubber gloves, wipes, and a fresh adult diaper. I removed the soiled diaper, cleaned her up with the wipes, and put the fresh one on her. The bedding was soiled but not soaked like the diaper. Nothing was done about the bedding while I was there. This is a 60yr old woman that is experiencing severe pain and is unable to move her lower extremities. If I could have given a minus score I would have as this is elderly abuse in my opinion.

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