News and Updates
PCHD Board Agenda 8.15.23
Contractors for Lincoln County’s new substance use disorder residential recovery center will install a temporary construction fence around the 5840 NW Biggs property on Wednesday, August 2. Within the next couple of weeks, you can expect to see contractors doing site preparation work so that construction can begin. The target completion date is August 2024. […]
What is the Fall Street Reservoir Project? Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital (the Hospital) is a community-based, 25-bed critical access hospital serving residents and visitors of Depoe Bay, Newport, Toledo, Waldport, and Yachats. The Hospital is working to develop a seismically resilient water supply source to ensure the hospital stays functional in the event of an […]
Bonnie Saxton and Aimee Thompson Special thanks to Bonnie Saxton who retired from the Pacific Communities Health District Board of Directors after 20 years of service. Bonnie had been an elected member of the Pacific Communities Health District Board of Directors since 2003. She moved to Lincoln County with her husband Fred and sons in […]
Portland-based Clark Kjos Architects has created architectural renderings for the Samaritan Treatment and Recovery Services facility in Newport. These renderings are the product of the schematic design phase, which is the first phase of the design process. Based on input from people with lived experience and other stakeholders, the architects created architectural and spatial designs […]
A residential treatment facility for substance use disorder Who this serves: Adults 18+ with substance use disorder from across Oregon, with priority to residents of Lincoln County. We expect to serve 200 residential patients and 600 outpatients each year. As a nonprofit health care provider, Samaritan Pacific Health Services doesn’t turn anyone away for inability […]
To ensure that water is available to the hospital should we experience a major Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) seismic event, the Pacific Communities Health District has submitted an application for a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant.
In 2022, the Pacific Communities Health District contributed $60,000 to support the nursing program at Oregon Coast Community College. To date, the college has graduated 200 nurses and many of them are working in Lincoln County health care facilities and clinics.