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Providence offers new mental health program

In an effort to continue to address community need for behavioral health care, Providence Health Care has announced plans to open RISE, a new outpatient behavioral health program for adults and adolescents. Tamara Sheehan, regional director of...

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Nurses poised to improve environmental health

As evidenced by this summer’s wildfire season, the health of the environment is often closely connected to human health. Beth Schenk, adjunct faculty member at WSU’s College of Nursing and leader of nursing research for Providence St. Joseph Health...

Mann-Grandstaff to pilot VA health record system

The Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center, in Spokane, will be the first of more than 1,200 VA medical facilities throughout the nation to adopt a new electronic health record system. According to a press release from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs...

Excelsior receives $2 million state health facilities grant

Spokane nonprofit Excelsior Youth Center has been awarded a $2 million Behavioral Health Facilities grant. Andrew Hill, president at Excelsior, located at 3754 W. Indian Trail Road, says the youth center plans to use the funding to double projected...

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Retiring in Lilacs

Larry Enloe thinks everybody should look into Lilac Plaza Retirement Community LLC. “I love it … they have everything,” says Enloe, who has resident of the 14-floor independent-living retirement community for nine years. Enloe says he likes to car...

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Valley concern helps widows find independence

Twenty years ago, Wes Teterud and his wife, Adrienne, started Widows Might in the basement of a local church, with the goal of the Spokane Valley nonprofit to provide guidance and resources on practical matters for widows who might not have support from...

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Fieldstone Memory Care construction starts on South Hill

Construction has started on the $12.5 million Fieldstone Memory Care assisted-living facility at 4515 S. Freya on Spokane’s South Hill, says Justin Younker, principal of Yakima, Wash.-based Cascadia Senior Living LLC. The company does business as and ...

Spokane practice to join MultiCare

Spokane Internal Medicine will join the MultiCare Rockwood Clinic in November. Founded in 1979 by three physicians, Spokane Internal Medicine is a primary care clinic that offers both internal medicine and adult primary care services to the communities...

Pathology lab consolidates Tri-Cities-area operations

Prospects of faster patient test results and streamlined corporate operations have prompted a Spokane Valley-based pathology services provider to open a laboratory in Richland, Wash. Incyte Diagnostics has been working on a $1.6 million renovation of a...

BeYoutiful's second shop opens on Third

Jessie Veselka, the owner of BeYoutiful Bath Bombs & More, says she has opened a second location, called BeYoutiful Too, in the newly remodeled Third & Washington building, at 327 W. Third. Veselka opened the original BeYoutiful shop last year on the...

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