Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center

Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center

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How to get here

  • Parking
    Three parking garages available. Ask for parking validation at the clinic or department you visit. On-street, metered parking also available in neighborhood.
  • Valet parking
    Available at main entrance, N.W. 22nd Avenue and Marshall Street
  • Public transit
    Visit TriMet or call 503-238-7433
  • Security escorts and lost & found
    503-413-7911

Good Samaritan lobby

  • Gift shop
    Up the stairway from the main lobby or call 503-413-7373
  • Tobacco
    No tobacco or smoking on our campus, please
  • WiFi

Safety and security

  • Patients and visitors must pass through a metal detector and consent to bag search before entry.
  • Prohibited items are not allowed. These include: weapons (including those accompanied by carrying permits), sharp objects and illegal substances. Please note bag size limits before visiting.
  • We adhere to a zero-tolerance policy. To learn more: Safety Signage Zero Tolerance.

Where to eat

  • Patients choose from a menu.
  • Guests may order from a special menu.
  • Cafeteria, espresso bar/snack bar and vending machines in the hospital
  • Restaurants, coffee shops and grocery stores nearby
 

Where to stay

About Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center

Known as “Good Sam,” Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center was founded in 1875 on the same spot it sits today in the heart of charming, historic Northwest Portland. Legacy Good Samaritan is now one of the region’s most advanced medical centers and a magnet for specialty services. We also have a colorful healing garden and a hidden gem of a gift shop, both open to all.

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