Strength in Numbers
The Northwest Healthcare Response Network is a collaboration of private and public partners working together to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies.
Together, we build capabilities that can’t be achieved alone. Through collaborative planning, training, exercises and coordination of resources, the Network leads a regional effort to build a disaster-resilient healthcare system.
Whether responding to an immediate surge of patients or a contagion, the Network has the relationships, systems and plans needed to ensure a coordinated regional response to any crisis.
Learn more about the Network and how you can get involved. Additionally, see a list of upcoming trainings and exercises offered by our partners.
News & Insights
On April 12, 2016 the Northwest Healthcare Response Network hosted a tabletop exercise testing its Regional Acute Infectious Disease Response Plan. The exercise included approximately sixty attendees including participants from Ebola Treatment and Assessment Facilities, Frontline Facilities, Public Health agencies,
The Northwest Healthcare Response Network (NWHRN) will develop a training program to ensure that healthcare organizations in our region are fully adept at using WATrac’s patient tracking system, thanks to a grant from the Puget Sound Energy (PSE) Foundation. WeMore Blog Posts...