Samaritan Regional Health System
Human Resources Department
1025 Center Street
Ashland, Ohio 44805
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 4:30pm
Working at Samaritan Regional Health System
Samaritan Hospital, the anchor of Samaritan Regional Health System (SRHS) is a general, acute-care, inpatient facility that was given to the city of Ashland in 1912 by Jesse Lewis and Mary Clark so that "no one need be without medical care." Clark envisioned "a hospital where no sick person would ever be refused care," and since that time, Samaritan Hospital, Ashland County's only hospital, has been fulfilling that mission.
The hospital's commitment to providing quality health care to the community is evident in its mission to take the lead in promoting the health and wellness of people in the communities we serve by excelling in ideals of the Good Samaritan. Additionally, the hospital is recognized by many governmental agencies. Samaritan is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) for meeting nationally recognized health care standards. Additionally, Samaritan Hospital was the first hospital in the nation to be awarded the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Star Award for its exemplary health and safety program.
With 55 staffed beds, Samaritan Hospital is the largest facility within SRHS.
All facilities and properties owned by Samaritan Hospital are tobacco free.
SRHS is an equal opportunity employer.