About us

The Good Samaritan Society, a Lutheran Social Service Organization, is a not-for-profit, registered charity with over 65 years of experience providing specialized health and community care services in innovative and caring environments.

Corporate Office

8861 75 Street, Edmonton, AB

goodsaminfo@gss.org

1-780-431-3600

News

Awards of Distinction

11 May, 2022
Awards of Distinction

Awards are open to all Good Samaritan Employees. Nominations are encouraged from employees, residents and families starting May 16 and closing June 6, 2022. Employee Award Categories Each award is open to one employee across Good Samaritan. Mission Award The mission award recognizes an employee that best exemplifies extending Christian hospitality in a meaningful and....

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Seeking Nominees to Join the Board of Directors

22 March, 2022
Seeking Nominees to Join the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of The Good Samaritan Society Good Samaritan Canada (Good Samaritan) seek to maintain a Board comprised of talented and dedicated Directors with a diverse mix of expertise, experience, skills and backgrounds. The skills and backgrounds collectively represented on the Board should reflect the diverse nature of the business environment in which....

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Walking Together

11 February, 2022
Walking Together

The Good Samaritan Society Is Doing Their Part for CNOY “We are truly better together.” Our President and CEO, Dr. Katherine Chubbs, shares this belief and is excited for the opportunity to partner with The Mustard Seed in the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) fundraiser happening February 26, 2022. Read the entire story on....

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Able Seaman Thomas A.

10 November, 2021
Able Seaman Thomas A.

Able Seaman Thomas A. Born in the UK in 1928, Thomas was called up to Plymouth for basic training at the age of 18 in 1946. It was the ending of WWII. After his 16 weeks of training, Thomas did a short stint on a large minesweeper, clearing mines set by the Germans in shipping....

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Lance Corporal Peter Poohkay

9 November, 2021
Lance Corporal Peter Poohkay

Lance Corporal Peter Poohkay, Regimental # M65902 Peter joined the Canadian army on July 18, 1941. He underwent basic training in Grande Prairie, Alberta, with the Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA), then onto Brandon, Manitoba, where he joined Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps (RCOC) as a blacksmith/welder. After completing training in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Barriefield and Hamilton, Ontario,....

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Current Bid Opportunities

27 October, 2021
Current Bid Opportunities

Welcome to our bid opportunities page where we will post current requests for proposals/qualifications/information and other documents related to  procurement. Request for Proposals Prime Consultant – 18-Bed Expansion – Penticton, British Columbia AIBC Standard Form of Contract Reference Drawing Package Addendum 1 Addendum 2 Document Shredding Services Offsite Records Storage and Retrieval Related Items RFP....

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

27 September, 2021
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Good Samaritan recognizes National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. A day to understand and acknowledge the history and impact that residential schools had on the Indigenous population of Canada. We applaud the Government of Canada for moving in this direction as we agree this recognition is essential to a better future for all Canadians. As....

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Good Samaritan Launches 2021-2024 Strategic Plan

21 April, 2021
Good Samaritan Launches 2021-2024 Strategic Plan

To learn more about the 2021-2024 Good Samaritan Strategic Plan, click here.

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NEWS RELEASE: The Good Samaritan Society and Good Samaritan Canada Create New Three-Year Strategic Alliance with CCHL

19 March, 2021

March 16, 2021 New partnership agreement serves as an avenue to promote excellence in the health leadership field Ottawa/Edmonton – March 2021, The Good Samaritan Society and Good Samaritan Canada has created a new strategic alliance with the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) to increase the leadership capabilities of health care managers in Canada. Through this agreement, participating....

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