LEBANON, PA – The Good Samaritan Health System has closed several buildings due to the recent flooding in Lebanon County. These include:
Lebanon - Hyman S. Caplan Pavilion: Closed w/services suspended until further notice including:
- Good Samaritan Family Practice Center
- Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Miller Rehabilitation Services Center
- Rothermel L. Caplan Transitional Care Unit (TCU)
- Outpatient Speech Therapy
The Hyman S. Caplan Pavilion in Lebanon requires substantial repair work as the location suffered from a flooded basement. Remediation efforts are currently underway.
The Good Samaritan Hospital, including the Emergency Department, and all other services continue to operate normally.
“We are grateful to the many Good Samaritan employees who have worked long hours to deliver high-quality patient care while coping with their own challenges created by the flooding,” said Good Samaritan Health System President and Chief Executive Officer Robert Longo.
For 122 years, the Good Samaritan Health System (www.gshleb.org) has served the health care needs of Lebanon County. The Good Samaritan Hospital is a modern, fully-equipped, fully-accredited 172-bed acute care facility that offers complete inpatient and outpatient care, as well as an inpatient rehabilitation program. The Good Samaritan Health System also provides services at many other sites located throughout Lebanon County.