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A second home for Spokane’s Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest is building a $17.5 million additional housing facility, the nonprofit organization's first major expansion in 17 years....

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Marimn Health to build $15.8 million recreation center

Marimn Health, the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s health care organization, plans to construct...

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OB-GYN field attracts more medical students

Some medical educators here say a growing number of medical students ...

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New statute modifies mammogram results notification

A new Washington state law takes effect within a few months that will require health care facilities...

Spokane Pediatrics opens on South Hill

Spokane Pediatrics, a new South Hill pediatric practice, has opened at 315 W. Ninth...

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Physician Duke aims to end endometriosis misconceptions

Dr. Adam Duke contends that women who have endometriosis largely have been failed by the medical community....

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Arevo plans reintroduction to health care markets

The founders of Arevo Health LLC, the cloud-based software startup company that began here in 2013, say they’ve secured important new investments that will support the company’s continued growth and expansion. Company CEO Ryan Fix says the company ...

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Advanced demand for nurse practitioners

Health care educators here say the demand for advanced practice nurses continues to grow, as physician shortages loom and rural residents face declining access to care. Anne Mason is the director of Washington State University’s doctor of nursing...

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100-bed Inland Northwest Behavioral Hospital prepares to open

Spokane soon will have another resource for those in need of behavioral health care. An Oct. 1 soft opening is planned for the $34 million, 100-bed Inland Northwest Behavioral Hospital, says director of business development Lonna Smith. Those interested ...

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Northwest Pediatric Ophthalmology: Focusing on the eyes of youth

Spokane-based niche eye clinic Northwest Pediatric Ophthalmology PS is projecting it will be able to see up to 80 patients a day in its new, larger medical office at 842 S. Cowley, says Rachelle Zimmerer, the practice’s manager. That’s roughly 10 to ...

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