Providence Newberg Medical Center

Newberg, OR
Join families, local George Fox University students, and retirees in their enjoyment of the historic town’s little shops, restaurants, museums, farmer’s markets and parks.
Join families, local George Fox University students, and retirees in their enjoyment of the historic town’s little shops, restaurants, museums, farmer’s markets and parks.
Newberg’ rivers, creeks, and forests are a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, biking, kayaking, horseback riding, are all easily accessible year-round. 
Newberg’ rivers, creeks, and forests are a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, biking, kayaking, horseback riding, are all easily accessible year-round. 
Providence Newberg’s healing garden provides a calming, peaceful space.
Providence Newberg’s healing garden provides a calming, peaceful space.
The Medical Center offers a variety of services including critical care and a 24-hour Level IV emergency room.
The Medical Center offers a variety of services including critical care and a 24-hour Level IV emergency room.
  • In 2006, Providence Newberg Medical Center opened its doors to the community with a new state-of-the-art 40-bed hospital, a healing and wellness garden, and a medical office building.
  • The facility offers a variety of medical services including critical care, a 24-hour Level IV emergency room, diagnostic imaging, pediatric, a birth center, three operating rooms, and a sleep apnea laboratory.
  • In 2020, Newberg was recognized with Healthgrade’s Patient Safety Excellence Award for providing excellence in patient safety by preventing infections, medical errors, and other preventable complications.
  • Providence is investing $50 million over five years to improve health equity in our communities. The health equity strategic plan and interventions are informed by advanced data analytics and the health priorities identified with local community partners and care teams.
  • It is the first Gold LEED certified hospital in country, a certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
  • The building location maximizes views and daylight for heating and cooling efficiency. Courtyards increase natural lighting inside the building – every patient room has natural light.