Spokane Journal of Business

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Dawn of a new era at Morning Star Boys’ Ranch

Spokane-based nonprofit Morning Star Boys’ Ranch is in the midst of a capital campaign to renovate its facilities and expand its services to the community. Julie Morin, Morning Star’s director of development, says the organization is planning ...

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WSU starts developing medical residency program

Having received initial accreditation for its graduate medical education program, Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is moving quickly to establish its own residency programs. In December, WSU hired Dr. Jonathan ...

CHAS, Providence partner on new dental clinic

Nonprofit health services provider Community Health Association of Spokane is partnering with Providence Health Care on a $3.5 million remodel of a medical office building in north Spokane that will serve as one of two sites for a new dental residency...

Hospice of North Idaho starts $1.8 million expansion

Coeur d’Alene nonprofit Hospice of North Idaho says it has started construction on a $1.8 million expansion to the Schneidmiller House inpatient unit to help meet the community’s growing need for specialized end-of-life care. ...

Incyte Diagnostics hires Patty Sipes as new CEO

Spokane Valley-based Incyte Diagnostics, an anatomic pathology services provider, has hired Patty Sipes, to serve as its new CEO starting tomorrow, March 1. Originally from New York, Sipes moved to the area in 2012 to pursue a job with Spokane-based ...

Pullman hospital plans $29 million bond measure

Pullman Regional Hospital’s board of commissioners has approved a resolution to put a $29 million bond measure on the ballot for a special election in Pullman on April 23. The measure will ask Pullman residents to vote to approve funding through ...

Health providers to start Bloomsday training

Providence Health Care and Kaiser Permanente are preparing to host their 42nd annual Bloomsday training clinics, starting next month. The Lilac Bloomsday Run, also known as Bloomsday, is an annual timed road race that has been held in Spokane ...

Pediatrics clinic moves to larger space in Spokane Valley

Arrayed with fun adornments, such as a bookshelf in the shape of a canoe, oars on the wall, and plenty of bruin-themed decor, the Bear Creek Pediatrics LLC clinic takes what could be a sterile space and transforms it into a welcoming, fun...

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Demand for geriatric care management booms in Spokane

When older adults reach the point where they’re unable to care for themselves, that responsibility usually falls to their family and loved ones. Unfortunately, most seniors struggle with chronic health conditions, require frequent doctor visits...

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Glucose Revival prepares product for market

Three-year-old Spokane startup company Glucose Revival is preparing its product, the Thrive glucose necklace, for an initial soft launch this month, says owner Kris Maynard....

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