Pullman Regional Hospital's Highest Needs 

Medical equipment, access to care, and providing a space of healing plays an increasingly important role in healthcare. Your gift helps us continue to provide the latest in technological advances in medicine for our patients and physicians. Past Highest Needs Fund Drives have provided philanthropic support to fund a HydroWorx Therapy Pool, 3-D breast mammography, upgraded surgical technology and has funded the addition of a fourth operating room an expansion for same-day services and funded cardiology services and enhancement to the Orthopedic Center of Excellence. Learn more about our current highest needs or Make a gift online.


Family Medicine Residency Program

With the WSU Family Medicine Residency clinical space fully funded and physician residents slated to arrive in Pullman in 2023, we are building a premier program to attract top tier residents who stay local and serve our communities. Learn more

  • Invest in state-of-the-art simulation technology
  • Enhancing faculty leadership endowments
  •  Support programmatic costs to ensure the longevity of this program


Regional High School Athletic Training Program

We’re partnering with area high schools to keep student athletes safe and healthy. To ensure the health of our area high school athletes, Pullman Regional Hospital’s Orthopedic Center of Excellence has partnered with Colton, Garfield-Palouse, Potlatch and Pullman school districts to provide Certified Athletic Trainers at each school and serve more than 750 kids.  Student athletes have access to assessment, treatment and rehabilitation from the designated Athletic Trainer, at no cost to the family. Their orthopedic care is fast-tracked to give parents peace of mindLearn more.


Scott K. Adams Endowment for Quality and Access

To honor Scott Adams’ legacy serving 30 years at Pullman Regional Hospital, this endowment is now known as the Scott K. Adams Endowment for Quality and Access. The creation of this endowment was one of Adams' visions for a lasting legacy of quality healthcare at Pullman Regional Hospital. Your help is needed in funding access to quality care—Learn how you can make a difference.


The Center for Learning and Innovation serves as the catalyst for exploring alternative models of care delivery, which focus attention on prevention of illness and support individuals desires to achieve and maintain optimal fitness and wellness in their lives. Efforts focus on cost-effective approaches to maintaining health. Beyond recognizing the ever-changing dynamic of healthcare, we seek to embrace it. We are acting on this opportunity to think differently, to make bold changes and to be proactive. From within, we foster an environment to embolden new ideas for a better way to care for patients. Our community is rich with resources and creative minds; together, we can transform healthcare to serve our unique needs. Learn more.


Women's Leadership Guild

Join women leaders who want to help women and children in our region. Together, we empower women through networking, education and informed philanthropy. 100% of your membership contribution supports women's and children's health and wellness. Half of your donation supports our grant cycle, which awards funds to non-profit entities seeking to transform the lives of women and children. Half supports Pullman Regional Hospital's highest needs. Learn more about our upcoming activities and impact.


Gifts of Grain

Gifts of Grain is a program in which grain or other commodity crops from unsold inventory produced in the preceding year is gifted to benefit Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation. Designated areas of benefit to Pullman Regional Hospital are the Annual Giving for Excellence Fund Drive, the Endowment for Quality & Access, and Medical Technology. Read the four easy steps to take to make your gift of grain today.

In Loving Tribute

Honor friends or family who have passed with an In Loving Tribute gift and be a part of ensuring excellence at Pullman Regional Hospital. In Loving Tribute memorials support the Unrestricted Fund, which supports the hospital's highest needs. These memorials of $10,000 or more are recognized on a special display at the hospital. Families whose loved ones have already received memorials to the hospital can contribute additional funds to meet the required Tribute gift level of $10,000. If you are interested in making an In Loving Tribute memorial gift, please call the Foundation office at (509) 332-2046.

Honor a Care Giver with a Guardian Angel Gift

The Guardian Angel program gives grateful patients an opportunity to honor a physician or hospital staff member while supporting Pullman Regional Hospital. Guardian Angel gifts support the hospital's highest needs.

How Does It Work?

  • A grateful patient or family makes a minimum donation of $250 per honoree to Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation.
  • The Guardian Angel will be notified of your generous donation.
  • The Guardian Angel (caregiver) receives a custom-crafted angel pin to proudly wear on his or her lapel.
  • Guardian Angel recipients' names are published in the Foundation's Annual Report.

Anyone can be recognized through the Guardian Angel program, including physicians, nurses, support staff and deceased healthcare professionals. A grateful patient also has the option to honor Pullman Regional Hospital or an entire department as a Guardian Angel instead of an individual. Download the form on the right, or make a gift online.

Memorial Gifts

You can remember a loved one by making a gift to Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation honoring that individual. Memorials made support the hospital's highest needs. You can send in your memorial gift to the Foundation or make a memorial gift online.

Family members are notified of your thoughtful gift to the memorial upon receipt. Memorials are published in the Foundation's Annual Report to the Community.

If you are designating Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation to receive memorial gifts in honor of your loved one, we recommend including the following in the obituary: "In lieu of flowers" or "donations may be made to Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation, 840 SE Bishop Blvd., Suite 200, Pullman, WA 99163."

The Foundation can also provide you with donation envelopes to distribute to families and friends. 


Bill Gaskins Pharmacy Scholars Fund

The Bill Gaskins Pharmacy Scholars Fund provides scholarships to Washington State University pharmacy students who train at Pullman Regional Hospital during the final year of their education.


Pullman Regional Hospital Physician Leadership Endowment

Supporting a culture of physician leadership and well-being in the Pullman community, this fund was established to continue promoting innovative physician leadership opportunities and well-being initiatives at Pullman Regional Hospital.