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What are some services offered by Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati?

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The Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati offers breast cancer treatment, emergency and palliative care, wound healing and robotic-assisted surgery services. The hospital also runs a women's center for specialized care and the TriHealth Cancer and Digestive Institutes that provide skills and resources to cancer patients and those suffering from gastrointestinal and colorectal disorders.

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The hospital's breast cancer center uses state-of-the-art breast care technology and treatment options to provide digital mammograms, breast ultrasound, stereotactic biopsy and cyst aspiration services to cancer patients. Its cancer institute offers skills and resources that address recovery procedures for cancer patients and the skin cancer program allows patients to access various treatment options within the hospital including chemotherapy, cryosurgery and plastic surgery repairs.

Emergency care services offered by the hospital include cardiac and orthopedic care as well as neuro-intensive care for patients suffering from stroke and other brain injuries. The emergency care department has a 24/7 laboratory that facilitates quick analysis of blood content, thus minimizing waiting time for admitted patients. The hospital's palliative care team works with physicians to improve the quality of life of patients and families facing serious illnesses by training them on symptoms management and how to tolerate medical treatments.

The Good Samaritan Hospital Women's Center provides specialized patient-centered care for colon and rectal conditions, gynecologic oncology treatment for ovarian, cervical and uterine cancer as well as physical therapy for bladder and bowel incontinence. Robotic surgery is available for cancer, fibroid and prolapse patients.

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