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Palm Beach, FL, November 10, 2015 – With an emphasis on bringing cutting-edge medical treatments to Palm Beach and surrounding areas, Good Samaritan Medical Center is also looking to strengthen its voice in the community through a new partnership with the Palm Beach Civic Association.

Mark Nosacka“As an award-winning 333-bed acute care hospital, we’re making great strides in a lot of fields: oncology, , emergency services, women's health, as well as cardiac and vascular care,” explained Good Samaritan CEO Mark Nosacka. “No matter how our capabilities expand in the coming years, we want to make sure that we retain our community focus, which is why we place so much value on our expanded relationship with PBCA.”

In becoming a Corporate Sponsor of PBCA, Good Samaritan builds a stronger community connection with Palm Beach on matters involving health care and decisions that affect future expansion plans for Good Sam, which opened in 1919 in a three-room cottage.

Bob Wright “Good Samaritan Medical Center is essential to maintaining the excellent quality of life that we enjoy in the Town of Palm Beach,” observed Bob Wright, chairman and CEO of PBCA. “We look forward to partnering with Good Samaritan on critical issues involving health care and promoting greater citizen involvement in the community.”  

As one of the area’s leading cancer centers, the hospital’s Cancer Institute provides comprehensive and highly specialized cancer services. Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Comprehensive Breast Center has also earned national accreditation by the National Accreditation Program of Breast Centers (NAPBC).

Image: Mark Nosacka, Good Samaritan CEO. Good Samaritan Medical Center along with Scripps Florida and the Everglades Foundation are the Civic Association's three major partners this year. 

Good Samaritan“Our promise to our patients, staff and friends of Good Samaritan, is to provide the highest level of advanced and compassionate care here in South Florida based on the needs that we identify in the community,” according to Mr. Nosacka. “We believe that PBCA can play a role in helping Good Samaritan continue to evolve to meet those needs.”


For more information from the Palm Beach Civic Association, contact Mike Brown at 561.655.0820 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




About The Palm Beach Civic Association
Palm Beach is known throughout the world for its exquisite beauty and elegance. The Palm Beach Civic Association is dedicated to ensuring the town retains that special quality of life. Founded in 1944, the Palm Beach Civic Association provides timely e-news, publications, bulletins, and updates; stimulating forums, receptions, and community-wide events; and meetings with elected officials, consultants, community leaders, and town staff.  The Palm Beach Civic Association plays an important role in protecting, preserving, and enhancing this exceptional island community.