Join Us

Membership in the Coalition allows you to make a profound difference in patient safety by giving you the power, resources and information of many organizations working as one. It also means you will receive the following tangible benefits.

Benefits of Membership:

  • Access to the members-only sections of the website
  • Publish on the Coalition’s Safety Blog and in Safety Bytes
  • Display the Coalition logo on your website, advertising your commitment to safety
  • Free or discounted registration to all WPSC activities
  • The opportunity to direct the priorities of the Coalition via membership on the Steering Committee or Advisory Group
  • Actively develop and implement activities via participation in subcommittees and planning groups: conference and webinar planning, medication reconciliation
  • Multiple opportunities and activities in which to learn from patient safety leaders across the state

Your Dues Support:

  • Webinars covering topics that address patient and family engagement, improving communication between healthcare providers, and maximizing root cause analyses.
  • The Annual Northwest Patient Safety Conference
  • Multiple opportunities for members to learn from each other
  • And much more

**Please note: memberships run on a calendar year basis – January through December; and renewal invoices are typically mailed in late October.

Join the Coalition!

Download the form in Adobe PDF, fill out the required information and then mail it in with your payment. Select the membership category that best describes your organization. If you have any questions, please contact us.

“As a founding member of the Washington Patient Safety Coalition, the Washington State Health Care Authority fully supports the Coalition’s activities to promote safe health care across all care settings.   The Coalition is unique in its multi-disciplinary, inclusive approach, and serves as an example of efficient, collaborative work.”

Daniel Lessler, MD Chief Medical Officer , HCA

Having been a family caregiver, I know that health care is about trust: having faith in the doctors, nurses, staff, and system as a whole. But I also know that in order to have trust, there must be a sense of safety. When a person or organization invests in improving patient safety, reducing errors, learning, and – most importantly – collaborating with others, I can trust. The Washington Patient Safety Coalition provides a space to easily achieve all of these objectives.