Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital
Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital provides health care for residents and tourists throughout a 270-square-mile area in Lincoln County. This area includes the communities of Newport, Waldport, Toledo, Depoe Bay and Yachats.
The hospital was built in 1952 as a 17-bed acute care facility. Since then, it has been remodeled and expanded to meet the growing needs of the community. Currently, the hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital, with 380 employees, 110 of whom are nurses, and 120 volunteers.
As a not-for-profit hospital, we are committed to building healthier communities together through community benefit activities based on meeting needs identified in community health assessments. To view our Community Benefit Plan and Community Health Assessment, click here.
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