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  • Local Organ Donors Honored by Good Shepherd Medical Center and Southwest Transplant Alliance

    Good Shepherd Medical Center and Southwest Transplant Alliance proudly host a special event for local organ donors. Fourteen Longview-area organ donors from the previous two years will be honored by their family and friends at the event.

  • Good Shepherd Medical Center Joins the American Joint Replacement Registry

    Good Shepherd Medical Center has recently become a participant of the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR). The AJRR serves as a central clearinghouse for data on total hip and knee arthroplasties at Good Shepherd and other participating sites throughout the country and aims to carefully monitor and track the implanted devices used in these procedures.

  • Gregg County Commissioners Court Approves Amendment to Good Shepherd Health System Lease Agreement

    Good Shepherd Health System (GSHS) received approval from Gregg County Commissioners Court to amend the health system’s current lease and transfer the agreement from Good Shepherd to Duke LifePoint Healthcare.

  • Good Shepherd Receives American Heart Association Accreditation for Acute Cardiac Care

    Good Shepherd Medical Center has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® Heart Attack Receiving Center Accreditation.

  • Good Shepherd Health System Selects Duke LifePoint Healthcare as Potential Partner

    The Good Shepherd Health System today announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding to be acquired by Duke LifePoint Healthcare, subject to approval of the amended lease by the Gregg County Commissioners Court. The proposed acquisition would provide additional resources to help Good Shepherd enhance its services and thrive in the future.

  • Good Shepherd Honored with Mission:Lifeline Achievement Award

    Good Shepherd Medical Center has received the Mission: Lifeline® Silver Receiving Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer heart attacks.

  • Good Shepherd Center for Women’s Health Physician Says Zika no Cause for Alarm

    Good Shepherd Center for Women’s Health physician James Dozier, MD wants to ensure East Texans that at this point, the Zika virus is no cause for panic in the region.

  • Good Shepherd Medical Center-Marshall Case Manager Donates Kidney

    Robin Jimerson returned to work at Good Shepherd Medical Center – Marshall this month after donating a kidney to a fellow church member in April.

  • Good Shepherd Medical Center Announces Relocation of Clinic

    Good Shepherd Medical Center is excited to announce the relocation of Good Shepherd Medicine Clinic. The clinic has moved from 103 W. Loop 281 in Longview, to the new address at 2101 W. Loop 281, also in Longview.

  • Good Shepherd Medical Center – Marshall Recognized as Top-performing Hospital

    Good Shepherd Medical Center (GSMC) – Marshall has been recognized by Midas+ Solutions, A Xerox Company, as a top performing hospital in its MIDAS+ Platinum Quality Award program.  The award reflects achievement in quality outcomes, care efficiency and consistent delivery of evidence-based best practices in healthcare delivery. 

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