Charles Scott Bond


(Retiree) Washington State Hospital Association. The Washington State Hospital Association works to improve the health of all Washington state residents by being active on key issues of policy and quality. WSHA represents more than 100 hospitals and health systems in the state, including those that are non-profit, investor-owned, and county, state and military hospitals.

Prior to joining WSHA, Scott worked for the Providence Health and Services for more than 25 years. In his last assignment, he served as chief executive for the Providence Health & Services, Southwest Washington service area. Scott is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Scott has a long history of involvement in the hospital association, having served as an at-large member of the WSHA board, a member of the WSHA executive committee in 2002-2004, and chair of the WSHA board in 2004-2005. He also served on numerous WSHA board committees and led special projects at the request of the WSHA executive committee.

Scott received his master’s in health administration from the University of Washington, after completing his Bachelor’s degree in Economics at Central Washington State University. Scott and his wife, Renae, live in Olympia. They are the proud parents of four sons and the grandparents of three granddaughters and a new grandson.

Scott currently serves on the board of the Association of Washington Business (AWB) and has been a board member of CHOICE Regional Health Network, the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, the Hands-On Children’s Museum, the American Cancer Society Washington Division, and other community organizations