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Paw Print Genetics acquired by Neogen

Paw Print Genetics, the Spokane-based animal genetic testing company, has changed hands. Lansing, Michigan-based Neogen Corp. acquired Genetic Veterinary Sciences Inc., which does business as Paw Print Genetics, in a transaction that was completed last...

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Kootenai Health expands heart center on main campus

Kootenai Health has started construction of a $37.3 million heart center expansion on its main...

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Parting Thoughts with Providence’s Peg Currie

Peg Currie, chief executive of Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children’s Hospital and ...

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Health care systems brace for unknowns in new year

It has been another financially volatile year for the health care industry in Spokane. With the ...

Cancer Care Northwest expands services in Lewiston

Spokane Valley-based Cancer Care Northwest has partnered with St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center...

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Oh negative! Dwindling blood supply worries INW health care providers

Health care facilities in Spokane and Kootenai counties are experiencing a low supply of blood products that threatens to compromise patient health, Inland Northwest providers say. Erin Baker, Spokane-based senior donor recruitment manager at Vitalant...

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MultiCare hopes to streamline operations with pharmacy

MultiCare Health System has added its own pharmacy at its clinic east of downtown Spokane in a move that it says will streamline medication services for patients. The MultiCare Rockwood Pharmacy opened Nov. 1 at 400 E. Fifth, in the same building as the...

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Parting Thoughts with Community-Minded Enterprises’ Lee Williams

Community-Minded Enterprises’ CEO Lee Williams has announced she will be retiring from her position effective Dec. 10. Named CEO in 2018, Williams previously served as the organization’s early learning initiative director....

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Pelvic health gains traction with wider population

Physical therapy providers specializing in pelvic health issues have seen growth in patients seeking their help. While pelvic health traditionally has been viewed as a women’s health issue, providers assert that pelvic health impacts men and children...

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Gonzaga legend Dan Dickau bring Shoot 360 to Spokane

Former Gonzaga University and NBA basketball player Dan Dickau is launching a Shoot 360 high-tech basketball facility on Spokane’s North Side. At the Journal’s press time, the facility was scheduled to open Wednesday...

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