Board of Directors
Project Access Northwest is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Our members bring a variety of professional skills (legal, medical, fundraising, health planning and administration) to the organization and represent various segments of the community. The board meets six times a year, and board members serve three-year terms.
PANW demonstrates the power of committed ... individuals to improve the health of underserved people in our community
At Pacific Medical Centers, I get to see firsthand the positive impacts that Project Access Northwest brings to our patients
I believe strongly that everyone deserves the dignity of basic health care regardless of income level.
Project Access provides care for those in need by connecting providers, donors, and a care team to serve the community.
Project Access Northwest … connects needy, disadvantage, hurting, and sometimes disheartened patients with generous doctors …
I believe that access to high quality health care is a basic human right. Project Access Northwest serves an important role…
Market Communications & Public Relations Professional
I am proud to be involved with Project Access... our patients and the community are healthier as a result.
Project Access fills a critical need in our community and I am honored to be part of such a passionate team.
Ex Officio Member
In supporting Project Access, I see positive effects … of connecting patients, physicians and supportive services.
I genuinely believe in Project Access Northwest, and I am convinced that we are changing people’s lives.
Project Access Northwest is battling the social determinants of health head on.
Project Access Northwest helps the uninsured and underinsured receive care … improving the health of our community.
Project Access Northwest provides the essential link between willing physicians and patients in need of care.
Project Access Northwest (supports) patients achieving improved quality of life through coordinated access to health care…
Access to health care should be a right. Unfortunately it isn't. Project Access Northwest helps to level the playing field.
I am passionate about health care and this is another opportunity to bring healing to patients…