Celebrating Thanksgiving across Washington State

Hospitals across Washington State have their own ways of celebrating Thanksgiving each year, with special festivities that make the day and the season special. Here are a few of the ways WSHA members celebrate and give thanks.... Read More >>

Recent member news: 11/19/15

Member news headlines from the Nov. 19, 2015 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

ZeOmega: Presents the five pillars of population health

WSHA Industry Partner ZeOmega will host a webinar at noon Dec. 16 on the five pillars of population health: a comprehensive and inclusive approach to successful population health management.... Read More >>

St. Joseph Medical Center gets local students dreaming big

Tacoma’s St. Joseph Medical Center has a partner in nearby McCarver Elementary School, and once a month, six selected students get to take the short walk with to the hospital with their co-principals for a field trip that gets their imaginations churning. One student from each grade, recognized for good behavior and citizenship, enjoy a healthy lunch of salads and sandwiches in the St. Joseph cafeteria before touring a chosen department in the hospital.... Read More >>

Recent member news: 11/12/15

Member news headlines from the Nov. 12, 2015 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

Cordant Health Solutions offers comprehensive toxicology services

Washington Hospital services is pleased to announce its newest Industry Partner Cordant Health Solutions. Cordant is a national leader in offering comprehensive laboratory services for toxicology. They are one of the only in the country that is certified through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ SAMHSA program to perform federally mandated testing.... Read More >>

Kadlec volunteer coordinator named to National Hospital Panel

The American Hospital Association (AHA) Board of Trustees has named Meg Fallows of Kadlec Regional Medical Center to its national Committee on Volunteers. Across the country, volunteers play key service roles to hospitals of all sizes. Not only do they provide compassionate and patient-centered service, but they also contribute thousands of hours of their own time to help meet the needs of patients.... Read More >>

Quincy Valley Administrator Medhi Merred to resign

Quincy Valley Medical Center Administrator Medhi Merred will resign from his position Dec. 12, as he will move to France with his wife and son and begin a new business venture. Medhi has been the hospital’s administrator for roughly 10 years, during which time the hospital remodeled its surgery suites and opened a renovated outpatient clinic.... Read More >>

Cascade Valley board approves merger with Skagit Regional Health

Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics' Board of Commissioners voted Nov. 4 to formally approve the hospital’s merger with Skagit Regional Health. The hospitals announced in March an intent to merge, and both hospitals would keep their publicly elected boards.... Read More >>

Jefferson Healthcare helps community through open enrollment

With open enrollment underway, Jefferson Healthcare’s financial service office is helping Port Townsend area residents navigate the process of signing up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. In addition to regular office hours when members of the public can visit for assistance, the financial service office is opening its doors on numerous Saturdays between November and January, and counselors will be on hand on several Saturdays at the Jefferson County Library to assist the community.... Read More >>

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