Is Corvallis right for You?
Corvallis offers an appealing quality of life along with a community that has a rich heritage of higher education, high tech, biosciences, agribusiness and Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center which is part of a 5 regional hospital system in the Willamette Valley. Good Samaritan is a Level II trauma center that is the largest hospital in Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties. Good Samaritan also operates the Good Samaritan Health Plan and is  part of the InterCommunity Health Network CCO. In addition to providing anesthesia services at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center – Corvallis, our Corvallis team provides anesthesia services at a variety of ASCs in the Corvallis/Albany area.

Notable Features 
Corvallis is known for its highly livable university town as well as it’s family friendly environment. If cuisine is your theme, there is no shortage of dining options available to you. the CO-Corvallis brings together many artists, technologists, innovators, a variety of DIY enthusiasts, as well as other from the community and Oregon State University. The area is home to nationally known wineries and Corvallis is home to 5 different breweries. If arts and culture are of interest there are performing arts and musical theatre in Corvallis as well as art galleries. The great out of doors may be calling to you.

Whether you are a hiker, biker, walker or bird watcher, you’ll find it all in and around Corvallis. Do you want to go off-road? We have that too. Living and working in Corvallis allows you to be close to the Coast Range and to the Pacific Ocean. Parks and forests abound along with wildlife and covered bridges all within Corvallis and Benton County. Country Home Magazine ranked Corvallis #3 on its list of “Best Green Cities,” while Farmers Insurance ranked Corvallis on their “Most Secure Places to Live Report”.

Corvallis, a community of over 54,000 is the western most city in the lower 48 states with a population of more than 50,000 residents. Situated in the mid-Willamette Valley, you’re only a short drive from Eugene and less than 90 minutes from Portland. Corvallis’ large employers include Oregon State University, and notable multi-national companies like Hewlett-Packard and CH2M Hill. In 2008, Forbes ranked Corvallis #48 on the list of best cities to live and launch a business. Why not call Corvallis home?

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Corvallis Rocks.

“I feel strongly that Corvallis is a great town for both work and life. You get an excellent mix of cases (including neuro, vascular, thoracic, regional, hospital and ambulatory care-based), amazingly supportive, kind and progressive anesthesiologist colleagues, a beautiful college town with no traffic and time to play outside and enjoy your family. It rocks.”

-Stephanie Heindel, M.D.



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