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The FCC awarded CHAS a more than $800,000 grant to expand its telehealth capacities in order to treat patients with COVID-19.
The isolation facility at the county fairgrounds will continue to operate through the end of May.
Spokane officials are assessing plans for isolation facilities as they prepare for the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning on Monday, Rogers will be the first high school in Spokane to host a comprehensive health clinic, thanks to a three-year, $590,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente.
Rockwood at Whitworth has broken ground on a $69 million senior-living redevelopment project that will bring hundreds of apartments, amenities and services to north Spokane.
CHAS Health is renovating both its Iron Bridge and North Maple Street clinics, according to permits issued by the city.
A new school-based health center will open at Rogers High School this fall, after the Community Health Association of Spokane received a Kaiser Permanente grant to start the clinic.
In December, CHAS opened its North Central Clinic, focused on health care for patients above age 60. It’s the only CHAS clinics with a senior focus including chronic disease management, review of medication history, fall risk assessment, cardio-vascular treatment and dementia care.
The Community Health Association of Spokane is building a dental clinic for low-income patients in north Spokane, according to permits issued by the city.
The East Mission Dental Clinic is an extension of the existing CHAS Health urgent-care facility at 1502 N. Vercler Road, which opened three years ago.
Tuesday marked one year since the Latah Community Health Community Health Association of Spokane clinic opened its doors on the first floor of the three-story Gritman Medical Center Office Building on South Main Street.
The WSU College of Nursing and CHAS have joined forces with the result being a $1.3 million federal grant that will enhance the university’s program that prepares students to become nurse practitioners.
Congress should work on improving the ACA, not returning the country to a time when millions more Americans lacked health care coverage.
Hospital and community care providers said the steep cuts to Medicaid would worsen care for their patients, lead to fewer jobs in health care and hurt their bottom lines.
Spokane resident Pattie Kappen embarked on a series of positive life changes a few years ago. She’s lost about 250 pounds, quit smoking and gone to counseling to deal with childhood abuse.
CHAS Health saw its patient load grow by 50 percent as low-income Spokane residents gained health insurance under Obamacare. The proposed GOP replacement would require CHAS to cut back services, said CEO Aaron Wilson.
Sen. Maria Cantwell visited Spokane Wednesday to gather ammunition for the coming Congressional debate over the future of Medicaid funding. In a roundtable meeting, Cantwell spoke with health care providers and executives from Providence Health & Services, Frontier Behavioral Health, Community Health Association of Spokane and others about the likely impact of a Republican plan to limit Medicaid funding to a fixed amount per state per year.
Many of Spokane County’s low-income adults are visiting emergency rooms with dental pain. Providence Health Care is launching a new initiative to better serve those patients through a partnership with CHAS Health and the Spokane District Dental Society.
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The Affordable Care Act has helped more than 750,000 Washington residents get health insurance coverage, and that’s a gain health care providers hope to see continued in the Trump Administration.