Raising the standard of health
Improving health care across the state
We aspire to create healthier communities. That means bringing care and education to where people live, play and work. Because WSU is a land-grant university that already works in all 39 counties, we aim to deliver services to diverse communities across the state.
We are rising to meet the needs of Washington today while training the health care professionals of the future.
All 39 counties in Washington have a primary care shortage
38 out of 39 Washington counties have a mental health care shortage
Number of doctors for every 1,000 people
Most rural areas
Putting Washington’s health first
We care deeply for the people of Washington. We’re working to create personalized services by understanding your community’s unique health care needs and providing care where it’s needed the most.
We are health care providers and scientists working together to promote well-being in Washington state. Because of our connection with Washington State University, patients receive treatment from top providers while helping train future health care providers.
Our vision for a continuum of care
Range Community Clinic and Washington State University are pursuing innovations in health care to address the shortcomings of our current system. Through a combination of extension clinics, telemedicine, and mobile outreach, we are building a system that treats patients wherever they are in their health care journey. Whether that is early detection and prevention or ongoing treatment and management, Range Community Clinic is making bold investments to solve problems and create simpler and better pathways to healthcare for all Washingtonians.
We’re on the road to health
The legacy behind our first mobile health care unit
Shaping tomorrow’s health care leaders
Our patients play an invaluable role in training the next generation of health care professionals. The experience WSU students receive as they train with the medical unit ranges beyond the clinical setting. They face challenges, collaborate with health care professionals and make connections with the communities they will one day be part of.