Public Hospital District
Public Hospital District No. 2, Snohomish County is also known as the Verdant Health Commission and has a long history of supporting the health of the residents in South Snohomish County.
The hospital district formed in 1962, opened Stevens Hospital in 1964, and operated the hospital until September 1, 2010, when the facility, land, and major medical equipment was leased to Swedish Health Services, which now oversees the daily operations of the hospital. View the presentation summarizing the background of the hospital district and creation of the Verdant Health Commission, presented during community meetings in 2011 and 2012. A presentation on the details of the Swedish Hospital affiliation, shared with the community in January 2010, is also available to view.
The five members of the Board of Commissioners are elected by the voters in the hospital district and govern the Verdant Health Commission.
Our Board of Commissioners meets monthly, and members of the public are welcome to attend these meetings.
The Board of Commissioners operate following the bylaws established.
Public Records Request
To make a public records request, please complete the Public Records Request Form.
Purchasing and Public Works Projects
Verdant uses the roster maintained by MRSC to respond to small public works needs. MRSC Rosters is a service that provides a membership database used by Verdant and other participating Washington public agencies to contract with registered businesses about small public works construction projects, consulting opportunities, and contracting of goods or services. Interested vendors can visit the MRSC website and click on Business Membership.
For a list of public works RFPs, please click here.
The Verdant Health Commission’s 2017 annual report features the local work we are supporting, provides data behind the health risk factors we are working to address, and highlights our organization’s financials. Print copies are available at the Verdant Community Wellness Center.