The WSHA Board of Trustees meets at least five times a year to set ensure WSHA is on-track to meeting our ambitious goals. There are 24 voting members, and they represent the spectrum of our state’s hospitals: urban/rural, large/small, system/single facility, and everything in between. At the May meeting, the board focused on two main issues of the legislative session: mental health and the new nurse staffing committee law.
WSHA staff will be developing educational materials about the committees, and the board will meet with state hospital leaders in July to explore ways to improve access to mental health services in our state. For more information about the board, contact WSHA Executive Vice President Taya Briley at email@example.com. (Taya Briley)