At the start of the year, Erin Williams Hueter began her duties as the new executive director of the Health Sciences and Services Authority of Spokane County, taking over for the organization's founding director, Susan Ashe.
Stephaine Courtney founded The Learning Project in 2015 to provide affordable in-person and online training for educators that interact with children from nontraditional families or who have behavior issues.
The business has evolved in the last eight
Businesses and nonprofits that implement diversity, equity, and inclusion practices should take steps to ensure that such principles are present throughout operations, some experts here say.
Blending DEI into every facet of an organization ensures that
Moving into 2023, major health care systems in Spokane are projecting continued financial losses while working to stabilize margins after struggling through two years of COVID-19 surges, ongoing shortages of medical personnel, and rising costs.
Providence Sacred Heart Children's Hospital opened as its own entity on Spokane's South Hill in 2003, and in almost two decades, the facility connected to Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center has grown its footprint and expanded its programs and
The concept of employee health benefits is expanding beyond conventional medical, vision, and dental coverage to include a whole-person approach to worker health and wellness, some Inland Northwest observers say.
A private-practice urology clinic in Spokane is establishing a Spokane Valley location and is building an outpatient surgery center at its main office in the Iron Bridge Corporate Campus, in East Spokane.
Two Spokane-based nonprofits have announced plans to expand services to Lewiston, Idaho.
Union Gospel Mission Inland Northwest is planning for a new shelter there for men, women, and children who need help exiting homelessness permanently, says developm