Housed in the Washington State Department of Health's Chronic Diease Prevention Unit, this program works in partnership with other major local, state and national organizations, all working towards improving the health of people with diabetes and those at risk for developing diabetes.
The Eastern Washington Diabetes Network is a group comprised of over 90 individuals from area organizations working as researchers, clinicians, disease managers, health administrators, educators, public health and social service workers.
The Edith Bishel Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization dedicated to serving the blind and visually impaired in southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon.
Our mission is to enhance the health of communities through culturally sensitive programs that promote a healthy start, healthy choices, and access to services.
Together with partners, customers and patients, INHS is making great strides in improving the quality of health care for Spokane, the region and the nation.
Dedicated to finding a cure
The Leadership Team of the Washington State Diabetes Network operates as a voluntary collaboration of public, private, tribal, community and academic stakeholders in carrying out the network’s mission to reduce morbidity and mortality from diabetes and prevent type 2 diabetes.