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A MultiCare Valley Hospital nurse who has tested positive for COVID-19 wants people to take Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay-home order seriously because she has little idea as to how she contracted the novel coronavirus.
Primary and specialty care providers in the region have made temporary adjustments for seeing patients and postponed routine visits in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Early Wednesday morning a police officer was driving north on Lincoln at 5th when a citizen driving west on 5th ran a stop sign hitting the patrol car. Both the officer and citizen are being treated for non-life threatening injuries.
A MultiCare employee who works at the Spokane Internal Medicine Clinic in Spokane Valley tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday afternoon, according to the health care organization.
It’s a unique moment in history, when communities are dependent on one another to not transmit a disease.
Those who purchased tickets to the concert, which was scheduled to take place Thursday at the Fox, will receive a refund.
Hospital officials believed two floors of the new building would be ready to open by April. Its chairman promised a rooftop garden that would aid convalescing patients.
The East Central Community Organization’s plans to relocate the historic Rose Apartments are moving forward.
The city of Spokane is reviewing a permit for MultiCare Deaconess Hospital to build an MRI room addition.
Patients with multiple sclerosis are apprehensive about changes at the MultiCare Neuroscience Institute, with their specialist and other neurologists leaving.
The debt relief comes from a settlement between the Empire Health Foundation and Community Health Systems, which owned the Spokane-area hospitals from 2008 to 2017. On average, those benefiting from the settlement will have roughly $2,800 in debt wiped from their credit reports.
MultiCare Health System has formed a partnership with a company called Dispatch to bring mobile medical care to the Spokane area.
Spokane-based Occupational Medicine Associates is joining MultiCare Health System.
Tennessee-based Community Health Systems will forgive up to $50 million in debt for people who received treatment at the Spokane-area hospitals between Nov. 1, 2008, and June 30, 2017, when the company owned the facilities. The settlement comes more than two years after the Empire Health Foundation sued CHS, alleging the company failed to provide levels of charity care – free or discounted treatment for low-income patients – that it had promised when buying the hospitals.
Senior Director of Marketinging and Communications for Multicare, George Hampton, joins SWX's Joe McHale to talk Bridge to Brunch 5K on October 12th. Join the fun for waffles, mimosos and espresso shots for a good cause. For more information visit: https://www.multicare.org/bridge-to-brunch/
While leaving for college leads to lots of changes, some things can stay the same, including who students see for medical care. Many Spokane pediatricians offer their patients the opportunity to continue care through the college years, for a variety of reasons.
The top floor of the 121-year-old Hotel Aberdeen building in downtown Spokane is being renovated into three apartments, according to permits issued by the city.
Tacoma-based MultiCare Health System is planning to build a new medical office building adjacent to its existing hospital in Spokane Valley.
MultiCare has awarded grants to 24 area nonprofit organizations through its community partnership fund to address trauma, homelessness and food insecurity in the region.
Judging by the number of “ER”-type TV shows in syndication, trauma is a popular topic. But much has changed since George Clooney donned scrubs as Dr. Doug Ross a quarter-century ago.