Spokane Teaching Health Clinic
The Spokane Teaching Health Clinic on the Washington State University Spokane campus is a clinical site for Spokane medical residency programs and a rotation site for the university health professions students, including those at WSU Spokane and Eastern Washington University Spokane.
Medical residents treat patients at the clinic under the supervision of practicing physicians. Learn more about the Spokane medical residency programs here.
The clinic was constructed by WSU and is a rotation site for WSU students in pharmacy and nursing, and for Eastern Washington University students in physical therapy and occupational therapy.
The clinic opened to patients in August 2016. It is operated by the Spokane Teaching Health Center, which is a nonprofit organization formed by WSU, Empire Health Foundation and Providence Health Care formed to create the clinic to gain federal support for more medical residency positions in Spokane. Learn more about the Spokane Teaching Health Center here.
Above and below are photos of the clinic’s interior and exterior taken by Benjamin Benschneider for NAC Architecture in Spokane: