Population health is a broad concept encompassing not only the elimination of diseases and afflictions, but also the intersecting and overlapping factors that influence health. The Population Health Facility will serve as a powerful catalyst for the University’s new Population Health Initiative and be an idea laboratory and collaboration incubator. It will house the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, the Department of Global Health, and elements of the School of Public Health, all of which will greatly benefit from close proximity. The facility will also provide central gathering spaces for faculty, students, staff, partners, and visitors from a wide range of disciplines across campus, the region, the nation, and the world to address important global health concerns. A transformative gift from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation makes this project possible. Please follow the link below to hear the UW President Cauce speak about the vision for this project.
Click below for the link to learn more about the UW Population Health Initiative
Design Builder Selection: Lease Crutcher Lewis/Miller Hull Partnership was selected as the Design Builder for this project. We are currently planning for the project definition phase. Starting this spring, we will be engaging a broader group of stakeholders, including students, faculty, and staff to discuss the project and seek input.
For a description of the alternative sites under consideration, please review the power point presentation at this link: Outreach
Information about the Environmental Impact Statement for these sites is available at http://cpd.uw.edu/uw-seattle.
Access the Draft 2018 UW Campus Masterplan at this link: https://pm.uw.edu/campus-master-plan