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New CHAS clinic offers integrated care for seniors, complex medical cases

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.

Community health clinic settled into new Moscow digs

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.

Sen. Cantwell, health care leaders in Spokane say proposed Medicaid changes could have harmful ripple effects

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.