The second year of the pandemic challenged all of us in ways we could never have foreseen. Throughout these difficult times, Providence, Swedish, Kadlec and PacMed have been unwavering in our support of people across Washington state through our community benefit investments.

Supporting our communities is integral to how we partner with local organizations to ensure health needs are met, especially for those who are poor and vulnerable. We work to address the immediate needs of our neighbors while also looking toward the future. The Providence family of organizations invests to help build a more equitable and sustainable future by supporting organizations, programs and initiatives throughout Washington that create lasting change and improve health and well-being in the communities we serve.

As part of our commitment to be our communities’ health partner, we invested $663 million in community benefit during 2021.

All across Washington state, our family of organizations invested in patient support and partnerships that include:

  • Financial assistance to 58,172 qualifying patients across the state
  • Longstanding financial and equipment support for a free clinic in the Tri-Cities region
  • Skilled, culturally competent community health workers serve patients in the communities of Southeast Washington
  • Support for survivors of abuse and their families with holistic care including therapy services in the North Puget Sound
  • Care navigators help Seattle patients find the best medical and social services outside the emergency room

Our caregivers make these partnerships possible by caring for all who come to us, regardless of their ability to pay. They have persevered through difficult circumstances to serve the people of Washington with unforgettable compassion.

Please join us in learning about and celebrating our 2021 community benefit investments.

- R. Guy Hudson, M.D., MBA, President, Operations and Strategy, Puget Sound Region
- Joel Gilbertson, Chief Executive, Washington and Montana

Washington State

Community Health Investment Executive Summary

Inland Northwest

Community Health Investment Executive Summary

Puget Sound Region

Community Benefit Report

Southeast Washington

Community Health Investment Executive Summary


Community Health Investment Executive Summary

Washington State

CHNA and CHIP Reports

Stories of Healing and Hope

After lifesaving treatment at Providence and learning she qualified for financial assistance, Agnes is now able to care for her elderly parents.
Providence is leading the movement for energy efficiency in health care by with our carbon-negative pledge.
In Tri-Cities, Wash., Kadlec supports Grace Clinic, which provides free care to those in need.