Community Health

About the Alliance

The Northwest Hospital Alliance serves as a collaborative network to assist our members in offering high quality, cost effective health care in our communities.

The Alliance is organized to ensure each hospital’s autonomy, while providing support to address changes in the healthcare environment. The cornerstone of the network relationship is the preservation of community hospital independence and economic strength. Each member hospital maintains its organizational structure and the identity and image that has made it visible in the local community. Each member is represented on the board.

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    Latest News & Events

    The purpose of the Antimicrobial Stewardship Summit was to provide participants with the tools they need to plan and develop an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program within their own facility, as well as to establish a collaborative work group to implement a regional Antimicrobial Stewardship Program and Initiative. This page includes the handouts from the event as well as additional antimicrobial stewardship resources.
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  • Peer Groups

    Peer Groups

    By developing solutions in unison, the members aim to improve the quality of patient care, improve the health of the rural population, and reduce per capita costs of health care services. Most of the groups meet on a quarterly basis, typically for 2 to 4 hours per meeting.

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  • Members

    Member Hospitals

    Benewah Community Hospital
    Bonner General Health
    Boundary Community Hospital
    Kootenai Health
    Shoshone Medical Center

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