Banner Good Sam turns 100 - Share Your Story
This year, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center is celebrating its centennial.
To commemorate the exciting milestone, we are asking community members to share their stories about how Banner Good Samaritan has made a difference in their lives. Please include contact information so that the hospital can get in touch with you if you are selected.
Read about 100 ways that Banner Good Samaritan has made a difference in the last 100 years:
- It's a girl - First baby girl born at the hospital in 1923
- Advances in heart care - Interventional cardiology emerges at Banner Good Samaritan
- Paired kidney exchange - Banner nurse donated her kidney to a stranger to save her mother's life
- Banner Alzheimer's Institute - Once a hospital program, now a nationally renowned institute for Alzheimer's and dementia research
- Free poison and drug information - Poison center helps worried first-time mom
- Arizona's first transplant patient - Violet Lopez has emergency transplant in 1969
- The right place at the right time - 31-year-old nurse has stroke while at work
- Nursing school graduates - Three Good Samaritan RNs share thoughts on nursing education