June 10, 2002 Good Samaritan Hospital to Consolidate Mental Health Services Dayton-based Good Samaritan Hospital plans to consolidate all of its mental and behavioral health services to create Samaritan Behavioral Health Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Samaritan Health Partners that will serve patients in Montgomery and Preble counties. Estimating an average of 6,000 - 7,000 patients seen annually, the new organization will receive funding primarily through the local community mental health boards, Medicaid, Medicare, and a small amount from commercial insurance. All inpatient psychiatric and adult partial hospitalization services will remain at the hospital . . .
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