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Somali Health Board
The Somali Health Board envisions partnership and collaboration in which the health systems and service providers work together with the Somali communities and Somali health professionals to promote positive health outcomes
- 545 Andover Park West
Tukwila, WA, 98118
- Advocating for and ensuring culturally/religiously appropriate and relevant policies and services within the health systems
- Developing and implementing meaningful partnership with the health systems
- Developing mutual education for providers and community leaders
ServicesSocial & Health Services
The Somali Health Board (SHB) is a public, non-profit 501(c)3 grassroots organization, formed in 2012 by Somali health professionals and volunteers concerned about the health disparities that disproportionately affect new immigrants and refugees within King County, with ambitious goals of eliminating and reducing health disparities. It is a voluntarily run organization that depends on the generous time and efforts of working Somali health professionals and friends of the SHB.