Washington

Providence ministries and affiliates across the state of Washington worked tirelessly in 2020 to care for our patients, our communities and each other while facing some of the most difficult circumstances in our lifetimes.

It is Providence’s belief that health is a human right, and that everyone deserves the opportunity to thrive. Partnering with community organizations helps us understand the needs of our communities to achieve our vision, health for a better world. That is why our region invested $675 million in community benefit in 2020 and collaborated with local teams across the state to better understand and address urgent needs in our communities.

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    In particular, our region invested in partnerships that:

    Providence caregivers play an integral role in delivering whole-person care to our most vulnerable populations in partnership with community organizations. I am grateful for their continued service to our patients and communities, and I encourage you to learn more about the extraordinary work happening across the state of Washington. As our community continues to heal from the lasting impacts of the COVID pandemic, we remain committed to serving as your community’s health partner and providing care to those in need. 

    - Joel Gilbertson, executive vice president and regional chief executive, Providence, Washington and Montana

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