Samaritan Albany General Hospital
Samaritan Albany General Hospital has been providing care to area residents since 1924. SAGH is a 76-bed acute care facility and health center providing medical services to the greater Albany area. There are 132 health care providers, more than 700 employees and 253 clinic employees serving the health needs of the community.
Albany has been coined the “All-American City” and is located just off Interstate 5 in the heart of the beautiful Willamette Valley. Albany offers direct access to all areas of the state to its more than 43,000 residents. The city of Portland, the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean are all within an hour and a half driving time, making Albany an excellent locale for economic and recreational opportunities. Within the city limits, historians have noted the collection of historic buildings and residences as one of the largest and most varied in Oregon.
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