• A District Project: Center for Health Education

    In 2005, a new center for health education to serve our coastal communities was envisioned. Now, nearly 10 years later, that dream will soon become a reality.

    Local architects, Dietmar Goebel and Dustin and Amanda Capri, teamed up with Quade Commercial Construction to complete the long-awaited project. Construction of the Center for Health Education on the campus of Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital began in August 2014 and the doors will open in July 2015. The center will house a community resource center, a teaching kitchen, a computer and skill labs for health care professionals, as well as multi-purpose conference rooms.


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  • Plans to Build a New Hospital

    Measure 21-163 for a new hospital passed by a vote of 3300 (yes) to 3149 (no).

    “We are grateful for the support of the Pacific Communities Health District residents, and we look forward to proceeding with the planning efforts for our new hospital.  We are committed to creating a state of the art facility through a process that includes community input and opportunity for involvement by local contractors.  I’m confident that the new hospital will serve the needs of local residents for decades to come. We also wish to thank the many community members who provided volunteer hours, financial support, and advocacy on behalf of this important effort. “

    Fred Postlewait, Pacific Communities Health District Board Chair

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  • Pacific Communities Health District mission:

    • Providing clinically related diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services on an inpatient or outpatient basis;
    • Providing outreach programs in health care education, health care research and patient care;
    • Serving as a resource for health care providers in the district; and
    • Promoting the physical and mental health and well-being of district residents.


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