Your trusted, community pharmacy
Proudly serving the Pend Oreille River Valley, Seeber’s HealthMart Pharmacy delivers nearly 160 years of collective pharmacy experience with the personalized “corner drug store” feel of decades past. In January of 2023, Seeber’s joined the family of services at Newport Hospital & Health Services, although they are still a HealthMart franchise.
- Prescriptions – Ask us about our delivery and mail order options, too!
- Routine Adult Immunizations – Including shingles, pneumococcal, flu, and tetanus-diptheria-pertussis vaccine (Tdap)
- Durable Medical Equipment (DME) – DME is currently unavailable through Medicare billing, but we are working on a solution.
- Personalized fitting for braces and DME, if needed.
- First Aid & Wound Care Supplies
- Gift Shop – Check out our wide selection of gifts, cosmetics, craft supplies, candy, and huckleberry treats.
- Safe Medication Disposal Drop-off – Ask the pharmacy counter for location.
- Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Saturday: currently CLOSED
- Beginning Saturday, October 7, 2023, Seeber’s will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Sunday: CLOSED
- Holidays: CLOSED
Seeber’s Pharmacy is located in downtown Newport at the corner of Hwy 2 North and Washington Avenue.
Address: 336 S. Washington Ave., Newport, WA 99156
- Telephone: (509) 447-2484
- Fax: (509) 447-2485
Seeber’s Pharmacy accepts most insurance plans! If you’ve recently received a letter from your pharmacy benefit plan and are concerned about your prescription coverage at Seeber’s, please talk with one of our staff members today.
The NHHS & Seeber’s Pharmacy Story
Seeber’s Pharmacy and NHHS have a longstanding collaborative relationship and a shared goal of ensuring access to healthcare services in Newport.
In addition to purchasing the retail pharmacy business, NHHS also purchased the building along Washington Avenue and U.S. Highway 2, previously owned by Greg Seeber. In a 2022 interview, Seeber said, “The partnership with the hospital district was the most reliable solution to keeping access to the services. With where healthcare is headed, this makes the most sense.”
The Seeber family is no stranger to Newport Hospital & Health Services operations. In the mid-1960s, Harold “Chick” Seeber moved to Newport and took the position of Newport Community Hospital Administrator, which he held for two years before purchasing Aker’s Drug and opening Seeber’s Drug. Pharmacist Greg Seeber said, “As the administrator, my dad actually signed my birth certificate from the hospital.” As a child, the younger Seeber remembers working in the business sweeping floors, helping customers and even loading the old furnace coal hopper in the basement. In 1994 Chick sold the business to his son.
The relationship with Newport Hospital & Health Services prospered in 2014 when Greg Seeber joined the Pend Oreille Health Coalition, a local collaboration designed to improve community health and wellness, identify community needs, reduce system inefficiencies, and secure resources. He championed early medication management pilot programs with the hospital district, participated in population health efforts and has remained a consistent supporter of NHHS Foundation and District events.