Read about how recovery from one heart attack improved the lives of two Corvallis residents, why Samaritan Health Services’ president and CEO chose to have his heart procedure at Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute and more in the most recent issue of He
New dietary guidelines suggest that we're eating too much sugar, putting us at greater risk for heart disease, the number one killer of women.
Bacterial meningitis and atrial fibrillation can be serious. Read the stories of locals Judd and Katherine - how unattended symptoms lead to emergencies, treatments, and back to living.
Meet Marty Kibble of Lebanon, and check out our 10 simple tips for better health in 2016
Meet Ted Stilson, mark your calendar for our wine and cheese social, and learn about a simple way to stay healthy in 2016
Learn how exercise helps keep your heart healthy, and have questions answered at a free seminar hosted by physician fellows of Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute.
Fewer than half of women with these symptoms seek treatment within a year. But there is no need to be embarrassed and help is available.
Meet new resident Donna Davis, check out our exciting holiday activity schedule and learn how to stay healthy during the winter months
Individualized fitness programs allow The SAM to help with sports performance, injury recovery and more
Samaritan providers answer common patient questions about pregnancy