Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority: Bridging gaps in health care access

Ongoing Projects

Expanded Care at Haller Lake

Posted Tue, December 11, 2018

Grantee: Lahai Health
Timeframe: July 2018 - June 2020 | Amount: $170,000

Lahai Health will expand the medical clinic hours at the Haller Lake site to serve more low-income, uninsured, underserved patients who currently must wait 2-4 months for an appointment.

Providing Health-related Services and Improving Health Access and Outcomes for Homeless Children

Posted Mon, July 22, 2019

Grantee: Boyer Children’s Clinic
Timeframe: July 2019 - June 2020 | Amount: $145,000

Funding from PHPDA will implement the planning and innovation work that Boyer has led over the past year to bridge gaps in service coordination among family homeless services and early intervention services. By implementing a multi-system intervention, the project will address access barriers and health outcome disparities for children who are homeless.

Understanding Our Strengths, Elevating Our Priorities: Community Health Board Coalition

Posted Mon, July 22, 2019

Grantee: Somali Health Board
Timeframe: July 2019 - June 2020 | Amount: $150,000

Somali Health Board is the Fiscal Sponsor for Community Health Board Coalition (CHBC). The CHBC will conduct an asset-based, community-led assessment of the health priorities of eleven communities of color. This will lay the groundwork for building a comprehensive workplan and policy agenda.

Community Health Navigators to Decrease Disparity in Hypertension Control for African Americans

Posted Mon, July 22, 2019

Grantee: Harborview Medical Center
Timeframe: July 2019 - June 2020 | Amount: $172,822

Harborview Medical Center will develop a pilot patient navigation program for African Americans with hypertension, informed and designed in collaboration with community members. Harborview Medical Center will establish and build upon long-term relationships and create a program that is sustainable and scalable to support the larger Harborview, UW and King County African American population longitudinally.

Safe Healthy Empowered Women’s Clinic (SHE)

Posted Mon, July 22, 2019

Grantee: Aurora Commons
Timeframe: July 2019 - June 2020 | Amount: $166,000

A Kind, Non-Judgmental, Accessible and Comprehensive Healthcare Delivery Model for Street Based Sex Workers (SBSW's) on Aurora Avenue. The SHE Clinic was designed to address the barriers to access and to provide the SBSW community innovative, accessible, and non-judgmental healthcare.