Donations used by the Health System to offset the most urgent needs.
Donations made to honor the life of a friend, loved one, colleague who has passed away.
Donations made in celebration of a significant life or health event, i.e. being cancer free for five years, annual anniversary of a bypass surgery, that has improved the quality of life.
Legacy gifts are given as part of an estate planning process in order to ensure the smooth, efficient and tax prudent transition of assets in order to adequately provide for surviving family members as well as worthy organizations that add value and meaning to the community. Your personal circumstances will dictate the best planned giving vehicles and the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation staff will be happy to work with your tax, legal and financial advisor(s) to find the best ways to include the Hospital in your estate plans. Here are just some of the possible planned giving tools:
Naming WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital in your will to receive a portion of your assets.
Purchasing a life insurance policy naming WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital as the beneficiary. Premiums are often tax deductible.
A charitable gift annuity is an irrevocable agreement whereby the donor creates a fixed lifetime income stream through a donation of cash, appreciated securities or other assets. There may be significant tax benefits to setting up a gift annuity.
There are many types of trust arrangements that depending on your estate and circumstances can provide income for trust beneficiaries during their lifetime or in perpetuity. Please contact the Foundation office or your professional advisor(s) for more information and to determine if a trust is right for your situation and goals.
This search will provide you with WellSpan Medical Group and Northern Lancaster County (Ephrata) Medical Group primary care physicians and specialists. If we don’t have a WellSpan Medical Group physician to meet your criteria, the search will expand to include community physicians who partner with WellSpan Medical Group physicians through the WellSpan Provider Network or provide care to patients on the Medical Staffs of WellSpan’s Hospitals.×
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If you don't have a WellSpan primary care provider and would like to schedule a new patient appointment with a provider who is accepting patients, just log into your MyWellSpan account, and go to the Appointment Center section. As you progress through the scheduling process, you will be able to see the offices that are accepting new patients in relation to your zip code. If you are not enrolled in MyWellSpan, go to https://my.wellspan.org, call 1-866-638-1842 or speak with a member of the staff at a participating facility to sign up. New patient scheduling not available at all practices/programs.
If you already have a relationship with a WellSpan practice, simply log into your account, and go to the Appointment Center section. As you progress through the scheduling process, you will be able to schedule an appointment with any provider or practice that already counts you as a patient. Online scheduling varies by practice/program.×