The Washington Health Care Facilities Authority will host its first-annual Borrower Educational Forum from 8:30am-6pm on Tuesday Nov. 10 at The Rainier Club in Seattle.
The Washington Health Care Facilities Authority was created by Legislature to provide a new source of capital funding to ensure Washington state communities would have access to modern, well equipped, and reasonably priced health care facilities. The Authority is also charged with minimizing costs of capital construction and costs to the public.
The November forum provides information and resources to nonprofit institutions who are considering major capital projects. The event is free, and WSHA President and CEO Scott Bond, and John Flink, WSHA’s federal lobbyist, will be speaking at the event.