Our Projects

Center for Health Education

The Center for Health Education, on the campus of Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital in Newport, is a regional hub for health-related activities that help people prevent disease and manage chronic conditions to improve quality of life and lower health care costs.

The two-story 12,000 square-foot building includes a community resource center, meeting rooms for support groups and health-related classes, skills and computer labs for health care professionals as well as a teaching kitchen.

Through our monthly class offerings, as well as many other services, we help you live a more healthy life. See our class schedule below.

Built in 2015, the Center was funded through donations to the Pacific Communities Health District Foundation and the District.


Check on this link to find out more about the Center for Health Education

Past Projects

  • Cardiac Rehab remodel
  • Dialysis Center construction
  • Emergency Department remodel
  • MRI facility construction
  • Outpatient Treatment Center expansion
  • Pacific Sanctuary in memory of Chief Warrant Officer Thomas W. Mason remodel