Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority: 2020 Annual Report


A champion of effective health care

The PHPDA is chartered by the City of Seattle with stewardship of the landmark Pacific Tower and its surrounding campus. The PHPDA uses lease revenue from the property to fund programs consistent with its mission of decreasing disparities in healthcare access and improving healthcare outcomes among King County's underserved populations. The PDA achieves this goal primarily by making grants to health and social service agencies that provide services and resources to a wide range of communities, with a particular emphasis on traditionally uninsured and underinsured communities of color, immigrants, linguistic minorities, and economically challenged persons. Learn more about PHPDA's funding.

The Pacific Hospital PDA property has a colorful history that has engaged a diverse group of community advocates through the years. 

The Pacific Hospital PDA is led by a volunteer Governing Council. All meetings are open to the public, and the beginning of each meeting is reserved for public comment.


Learn more about our Strategic Plan

The Pacific Hospital PDA recently undertook a strategic planning process in 2019 to help shape its vision and goals for the future.


A History of the Pacific Hospital PDA

"A History of the Pacific Hospital Preservation and Development Authority" is available in PDF format.


Curious about City of Seattle Public Development Authorities?

Public Development Authorities (PDAs) are unique, independent entities of Seattle government, allowing for public purpose activities without assuming them into the regular functions of City government. Each PDA is governed by a volunteer council, which sets policies and oversees activities and staff.