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Coronavirus Information

Samaritan has resumed some elective surgeries, procedures and clinic visits, with patient health and safety as our highest priorities. Call your care provider to find out the best care options for you, which may include telehealth or in-person care. Face coverings are required in all of our facilities. 

It is very important that you call before coming in if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms. Patients may also do an E-Visit on Coronavirus Concerns. 


About Our Clinic

Welcome to Samaritan Wound, Vein & Hyperbaric Medicine - Albany. We use oxygen therapy to treat wounds that don’t heal with standard treatments such as dressings and tissue removal. The therapy uses pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber to promote wound healing - such practices started with the military to help scuba divers that resurface too fast, and pilots who were flying too high.

Our clinic also offers vein care services to wound patients in need of medical treatment for varicose veins or other symptoms that result from venous reflux disease. Learn more.     
Background Image: Mary Alice Anderson

What Our Patients Say

“If you have serious wound and diabetes, which often makes it harder to heal, this treatment is a must. It can be the difference between limb-loss, or even life and death.” 

- Mary Alice Anderson, patient

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) & How it Helps

Visitor Information

Samaritan Wound, Vein & Hyperbaric Medicine - Albany Department of Samaritan Albany General Hospital 400 Hickory St NW Ste 101 Albany, OR 97321
Weekday Hours:
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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