HSSA was established by the Washington legislature to promote bioscience-based economic
development in Spokane County, and to advance new therapies and procedures to combat
disease and to promote public health.
The HSSA invests funds to create and support a nationally competitive health care
cluster in Spokane County catalyzing connections between higher education and health
care that lead to high wage jobs, long-term sustainability, and economic diversification.
HSSA funds the very best projects through a competitive, well-monitored and accountable
HSSA 2014 Access to Care Grant Announced (08/13/2014)
HSSA has announced its 2014 Access to Health Care grant competition. The HSSA will award up to $235,950 for one or more grants that durably increase the efficiency of health service delivery in Spokane County and increases access to health care for at risk populations. An organization's Letter of Intent (LOI) are due to the HSSA by August 29, 2014. more...
HSSA Announces 8/6 Strategic Review, Board Meeting (08/06/2014)
The HSSA Board plans a strategic review of its investment policies and other matters on August 6, 2014 from 12 noon to 3 p.m., followed by its regularly scheduled Board meeting. The Board will hear from three community experts, Dr. John Roll, Vice Provost, WSU Spokane; Roger Woodworth, VP and Chief Strategy Officer, Avista Corp., and Antony Chiang, President, Empire Health Foundation. In addition, the board will hear from committee chairs and members about its financial and performance reviews. more...
HSSA Seeks Expert Commuity Input (06/26/2014)
HSSA is reviewing its Spokane Health Sciences Research Strategic Investment Plan and is seeking input from community experts. We want to identify needs and opportunities in the region that allows us to invest resources ourselves or partner with others to bring greater economic return to our region. Your ideas will help. more...
HSSA Board Sets 2014 Meeting Schedule (01/08/2014)
HSSA is set to meet on the following dates in 2014:
Wednesday, January 8
Wednesday, April 16
Wednesday, August 6
Wednesday, December 10
All meetings begin at 3 p.m. and will be held in the McKinstry SIERR Building, 850 E Spokane Falls Boulevard, unless otherwise notified.