The fifteen members of the Northwest Rural Health Network (NWRHN) are located in diverse communities ranging from the agricultural rich town of Sunnyside to the beautiful mountain retreat of Republic. The communities also differ in size, from the almost 1,000 residents of Odessa to the more than 30,000 residents in Pullman.
While there are differences in the communities and regions they serve, the NWRHN members are united by a commitment to strong rural health systems. They understand that without a strong local health system, rural communities struggle to survive. The local health system not only provides critically important services to help residents and visitors stay healthy, but also provides jobs and helps attract employers to the community.
Members of the NWRHN have identified five strategic priorities that will help assure the strength and viability of rural health systems:
The NWRHN welcomes membership applications from other organizations that share the organization’s commitment to rural communities. All members must be willing to commit to the NWRHN mission and vision and to the strategic priorities.
For more information on membership, please send a request using the Contact form.