Current Sponsors


Platinum Sponsor

 

 



Gold Sponsors

Working for a Safer and Healthier Washington

Mission: to protect and improve the health of people in Washington State.
Our programs and services help prevent illness and injury, promote healthy places to live and work, provide education to help people make good health decisions and ensure our state is prepared for emergencies.

For more information visit: www.doh.wa.gov

Our Mission:  Provide safe compassionate care.

Our Vision:  Simplify health for everyone.
Our Promise:  Together, we answer the call of every person we serve:  Know me, care for me, ease my way.
Our Values:
SAFETY:  Safety is our highest priority and is the core of every thought and decision.
COMPASSION:  We reach out to people in need and give comfort. We nurture the spiritual, physical and
emotional well-being of one another.
RESPECT:  We treat everyone with acceptance and honesty, valuing individual and cultural differences.
INTEGRITY:  We earn the trust of the community through ethical behavior and transparency.
STEWARDSHIP:  We believe that everything entrusted to us is for the common good. We strive to care wisely
for our people, our resources and our community.
EXCELLENCE:  We hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards of quality and safety.
COLLABORATION:  We join together and with others across the community to advance the interest of patients
and their families.

For more information, please visit:    www.kadlec.org
 

For 17 years, we have partnered with healthcare facilities across the Pacific Northwest and Alaska to help them achieve their connectivity goals. As the healthcare division of GCI, the largest telecom in Alaska, our services allow facilities to securely and reliably exchange health-related information. We serve as our customer’s trusted partner, helping them adopt new technologies and managing their network seamlessly so they can focus on healthcare. No other provider can match our combination of technical and clinical expertise, our skill in providing custom medical network solutions, and our passion for bringing telehealth to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.

Learn more about GCI Healthcare at https://www.gci.com/business/industries/healthcare

Silver Sponsors

The Association of Washington Public Hospital Districts has served as the trade association for Washington State's public hospital districts since 1952, first as an unincorporated association and since 1998 as a non-profit corporation. Each of the member public hospital districts is a governmental entity created by state law. Each public hospital district is governed by a board of publicly elected commissioners.

For more information, please visit:  www.awphd.org

 

The Washington State Hospital Association works to improve the health of all Washington state residents by being active on key issues of policy and quality.
The Triple Aim guides our members and our work, as we strive to improve the patient experience, improve the health of populations and reduce the cost of health care.
For more Information, please visit:  www.wsha.org

 

Rockwood Health System is an integrated healthcare delivery system including Deaconess Hospital, Rockwood Clinic and Valley Hospital serving patients in the Greater Spokane Area and throughout the Inland Northwest. The health system strives to increase access to health services, improve coordination of patient care among providers, and focuses on building quality relationships. Our dedicated staff and physicians provide not only excellence in clinical care, but also personal, compassionate service to patients and their families as partners for a healthier life. It is our goal to provide the best healthcare experience possible by putting the patient and the family first.

For more information, please visit:  www.rockwoodhealthsystem.com

 

Washington Hospital Services exists to support hospitals and health systems through the delivery of services and products that support your organization’s operations. From peer review and quality improvement, to worker’s compensation, unemployment claims, and absence management, we’re here for you with superior products at cost-effective prices. As a subsidiary of the Washington State Hospital Association, we work to help members achieve their missions and improving the health of communities across the state and region.  For more information, visit: www.wahospitalservices.com

Incyte Diagnostics is a private company founded in 1957 by pathologists to provide anatomic pathology services in the Pacific Northwest.  We have facilities located in Bellevue, Spokane Valley, Walla Walla and Yakima.  Anatomic pathology is the science of disease diagnosis based on the appearance and results of tissue or cell testing. As a leader in the anatomic pathology field, it is important at Incyte Diagnostics to combine expert interpretation with the latest technology to deliver the best results for clinicians and their patients. The most current technology and testing available has been implemented to enhance result accuracy, create efficiencies and detect diseases earlier. 
For more information, please visit: 
www.incytediagnostics.com
 


Bronze Sponsors
 

Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences is a postgraduate medical institution founded upon principles for educating and training health care professionals to serve the rural and medically underserved communities in the Northwest. Upon its founding in 2005, PNWU-COM became the Pacific Northwest’s first medical school in over 60 years.

PNWU’s 70-acre campus houses over 280 first- and second-year medical students who train under the careful instruction of highly skilled faculty. In addition to the four buildings that comprise the Yakima campus, 16 core rotation sites throughout the Northwest provide clinical practice during student rotations in years three and four.

PNWU is committed to bridging the gap in health care access through innovative interprofessional education and strong community provisions, aligning collaborative learning practices with partnership programs offered on campus. Such partnerships include the Physician Assistant, Nursing, and Master of Arts in Medical Sciences programs from Heritage University, as well as the Doctor of Pharmacy satellite program from Washington State University.

For More Information:  www.pnwu.edu

 

For more than 34 years, and with the help of community partners, financial donors and volunteers, Puget Sound Kidney Centers has been the leading provider of comprehensive kidney education, social services, nutritional counseling, and dialysis services to those impacted by kidney disease in Snohomish, Skagit and Island counties in Washington state.  We’re small but growing, and as we grow we stay true to our values and goals, focusing every day on improving the quality of life of those with kidney disease.

Our mission and vision

Our patients are our top priority and our mission and vision statements reflect this. As guidelines for our organization and our staff of 225, these statements set the foundation for our work with kidney patients in the Puget Sound region.

Mission:  To enhance the quality of life of those with kidney disease through outstanding dialysis care, education and community support.
Vision:    To be the leader in the field of improving the quality of life for people and families affected by kidney disease.

For more information, please visit:  www.pskc.net