Endowment for Quality & Access

Your support of Pullman Regional Hospital allows us to continue to deliver the exceptional healthcare our community needs and deserves.

Help Us Continue a Legacy of Providing Exceptional Care

In 2014, Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation launched a $10 million Endowment for Quality & Access campaign, as a first step towards a long-term goal to fund a $75 million endowment to provide annual earnings in support of ongoing access to quality medical services in this region--a hospital committment through the Community Health 2020 vision.

 

Why an Endowment?

People often wonder why the hospital needs more funding. We have a beautiful facility, an amazing staff, and provide a five-star rated experience to our patients. Additionally, taxes, insurance premiums and medical bills are on the rise.

The simple answer is that ongoing threats to our current funding sources, along with the dynamics of healthcare reform, jeopardize our ability to support the services our community has come to expect.  Consistent with our history as an organization, we are choosing to partner with the region to provide new pathways for funding that are not dependent on government decisions, healthcare reform or mega-hospital healthcare systems.

In our commitment to assuring the community has access to quality medical care, Pullman Regional Hospital supports services and programs that are not fully paid for by the operations of the hospital. It is these areas the Endowment helps fund. Click on each to learn more.

  1. 24/7 Access to Specialty Care
  2. Recruitment and Retention of Physicians
  3. Five Star Hospital Experience

 

 
Supporting Pullman Hospital--Leadership Gifts:

Pullman Family Medicine: In 2014, Pullman Family Medicine generously pledged $100,000 to the Endowment for Quality and Access campaign. "As a group, we felt it was important to support Pullman Regional Hospital and the community." Said Dr. Benjamin Adkins. "We hope other physician groups will do the same."

Norm and Jessie Druffel Family Endowment: As long-time hospital supporters, the Druffel Family is dedicated to retaining and recruiting physicians in our community. To honor Norm and Jessie Druffel, the family established an Endowment to help support local orthopedic excellence.

Joe and Tamira Pitzer Legacy Gift: “Pullman Regional Hospital is unique,” says Tami. “The staff, the physicians—they care. They are talented and skilled; they truly take the time with their patients so you never feel rushed.” “There are many ways to give back to your community,” encourages Joe. “It’s all about taking care of people who take care of you.”

 

Why We Support The Endowment:

“I believe that each of us has a responsibility to help achieve this, and I feel strongly that this is my chance to give back to a community that has been so good to me and my family.” – Carol Chipman

“It’s extremely important the community has excellent healthcare. The hospital needs an endowment to provide sustained funding, and the Endowment for Quality and Access will do that.” –Dr. Ken Gibson

“We must work vigorously toward safeguarding important services and programs as government and insurance payments decline. Using the power and creativity of innovation, we have the opportunity to develop partnerships and seek collaborative alliances that improve our capacity to better serve our community.” – Tricia Grantham, Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners President

 
Make a gift in support of the Endowment for Quality &Access: 

 

Endowment for Quality & Access Progress Report: 

July 2015:  Endowment for Quality & Access steering committee transitions to a Giving Committee (Carol Chipman, Jack Fulfs, Fritz Hughes, Lynda Carey, René Scourey, Josh Smart, and Marie Weiss)

December 2013: Volunteer leaders step forward as Founding Steering Committee (Co-chairs Mike Sodorff and Carol Chipman are joined by committee members Greg Bloom; Jack Fulfs; Ken Gibson; Jen Greeny; Stephen Hall, MD; Fritz Hughes; Pat Wright; and Jen Greeny.

 

Contact the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation

(509) 332-2046 or foundation@pullmanregional.org

Bloom Family: Why we support the Endowment for Quality and Access

The Bloom Family legacy is one of generosity and community. Learn why Helga Bloom and her son Greg support Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation's Endowment for Quality and Access.

Scott Adams, Pullman Regional Hospital CEO

"Funding at this level will provide a pathway to sustaining quality care and medical services at a time when increased regulations, healthcare reform and the possibility of more budget cuts threaten the stability of the hospital’s resources."

Foundation Giving Committee

Jack Fulfs, Marie Weiss, Carol Chipman, Pat Wright, Fritz Hughes, and Lynda Carey. Not pictured is René Scourey and Josh Smart.

Your help is needed

Your generosity sustains a legacy of providing outstanding care through gifts of: Cash, Stock and securities, Real estate, Personal property, or Planned gifts. Make a difference, and GIVE TODAY.


Centered on Excellence

Community Health 2020

Pullman Regional Hospital's solution to better access and more affordable healthcare

A Bold Vision

Community Health 2020 is a plan to make Pullman Regional Hospital self-determining and self-sustaining. It builds on the quality and service we deliver as a public district hospital and creates a community partnership committed to sustaining a healthcare system that we can control locally in a time of healthcare transformation.

 

Two key Community Health 2020 initiatives:

Endowment for Quality & Access

The Endowment is critical to our plan to sustain the quality of our services and assure access to needed services. The purpose of the Endowment for Quality & Access is to provide an alternate funding source that is not dependent upon government decisions or healthcare reform changes. It is a locally created and a supported source of funding that provides an annual flow of funds to support continued access to quality medical services.

Community Health & Leadership Pavilion

Our vision is to create a dedicated space to address healthcare needs of individuals and the community. The Pavilion will establish the foundation upon which we will work to develop a new model for delivering healthcare that will improve access to medical services, increase the integration and coordination of medical care, improve quality and lower costs.

Acupuncture

An ancient form of Traditional Oriental Medicine addressing the whole body, with special emphasis on prevention and education.

At Pullman Regional Hospital's Summit Therapy & Health Services, acupuncture is offered by Liz Lee, Licensed Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner.

Acupuncture is accepted by the National Institute of Health for a wide variety of medical conditions, including neuro-muscular-skeletal problems, internal medicine, and mental health conditions.

Through the use of fine, sterile needles, acupuncture restores balance to the body while treating underlying patterns that keep us from optimal health. The insertion typically cannot be felt so most people find acupuncture treatments very relaxing and many even fall asleep.

Traditional Oriental Medicine, which includes acupuncture, Chinese herbs, nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, treats a full spectrum of conditions that include:

  • Pain: back pain, sciatica, neck and shoulder pain, headache, joint pain, fibromyalgia, neuropathy
  • Respiratory: allergy, asthma, frequent colds, sinusitis
  • Digestive: nausea, vomiting, reflux, IBS, constipation, weight loss
  • Women's Health: endometriosis, infertility, PMS, irregular or painful periods, perimenopause, menopause
  • Emotional: stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia

 To make an appointment, contact Summit Therapy & Health Services:

(509) 332-5106 or 1620 SE Summit Court, Pullman WA 99163

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Bodies in balance

At the core of this ancient medicine is the philosophy that Qi (pronounced “chee”), or vital energy, flows throughout the body.A person’s health is influenced by the quality, quantity and balance of Qi.

Our Staff
Liz Lee, LAc, EAMP
Licensed Acupuncturist, East Asian Medicine Practitioner, Certified Qigong Instructor

Education & Credentials: BS Genetics, University of California, Berkeley, 1989; MS Traditional Oriental Medicine, Meiji College, 1999; Diplomate in Acupuncture, NCCAOM
Special Interests: Pain Management, Women's Health, Immune Enhancement, Taichi/Qigong

Occupational Therapy

Improving the ability to perform work, self-care and leisure activities in children and adults.

We can help if you are experiencing
  • Work-related injuries including lower back problems or repetitive stress injuries
  • Limitations following a stroke or heart attack
  • Arthritis, multiple sclerosis, or other serious chronic problems
  • Birth injuries, learning problems, or developmental disabilities
  • Limitations following orthopedic or other surgery
  • Mental health or behavioral problems including Alzheimer’s schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress
  • Burns, spinal cord injuries, or amputations
  • Broken bones or other injuries from falls, sports injuries, or accidents
  • Vision or cognitive problems that threaten the ability to drive
  • Weakness due to illness or injury that impairs daily activities
 
Services typically include:
  • Customized assessments and treatment programs to improve the ability to perform daily activities
  • Comprehensive home and job site evaluations with adaptation recommendations
  • Adaptive equipment recommendations and usage training
  • Education and training for family members and caregivers
  • Custom fabrication of hand splints for acute, post-operative and non-acute, hand and upper extremity diagnoses

 To make an appointment, contact Summit Therapy & Health Services:

(509) 332-5106 or 1620 SE Summit Court, Pullman WA 99163

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Living life to its fullest

Successful occupational therapy treatment allows for independent, productive, and satisfying lives.

Our Staff
Christy Gould, OTR/L
Occupational Therapist

Education: BS Occupational Therapy, University of Puget Sound, 1993
Special Interests:Neurological Rehabilitation, Hand Therapy, Ergonomic Evaluations, Custom Splint Fabrication and Home Safety Evaluations

Kaela Dewan, OTR/L
Occupational Therapist

Education: Master of Occupational Therapy, Eastern Washington University, 2015; BA Interdisciplinary Studies, Eastern Washington University 2014. Member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Special Interests: Neurological Rehabilitation, Acute Care, Pediatrics, Autism Spectrum Disorder in Rural Communities, Aquatics.

Kaitlin Watson, OTR/L
Occupational Therapist

Education: Masters of Occupational Therapy Colorado State University 2007, Masters of Physiology North Carolina State University 2001,BS Zoology-Pre Med North Carolina State University 1999, Member of the American Occupational Therapy Association
Special interests: Geriatrics, Productive Aging, Pediatrics, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Acute Care

Frances Preston, OTR/L
Occupational Therapist

Education: BSc. Occupational Therapy from The Ohio State University 1994. Certified Instructor: Tai Chi for Arthritis, Tai Chi for Fall Prevention, Tai Chi for Energy.
Special Interests: pediatrics, sensory processing, visual perceptual processing, and tai chi.

Speech Therapy

Speech and Language Pathologists provide diagnosis, treatment and prevention services of various communication and feeding disorders for children and adults.

Speech therapy focuses on receptive and expressive language, articulation, voice, cognition, memory, auditory processing and fluency. Speech therapists also perform swallow evaluations for children and adults, often with special radiographic studies, to diagnose and treat swallow dysfunction.

 
Our Areas of Expertise:
  • Language Disorders are characterized as a difficulty understanding others or sharing thoughts and feelings. Found in both children and adults, these disorders can result from a medical problem or have no known cause.
  • Motor Speech Disorders include structures used to articulate words, such as motor and neurologic function of the tongue, lips, jaw, soft and hard palate.
  • Voice Disorders fall into one of three categories: hyperfunctional, hypofunctional, and dysfunctional. Your care plan will help to restore function to an impaired voice through techniques and education.
  • Dysphagia (swallowing) Disorders impact a wide variety of patient populations. Your Speech Language Pathologist will determine degree and severity of the swallowing impairment, and strategies, exercises, and behaviors to improve the condition.
  • Pediatric Feeding & Swallowing Disorders occur when children experience difficulty swallowing, chewing or eating a variety of foods. Oral motor plans, feeding evaluations, home programs, collaboration with caregivers, and parent education are provided along with Pediatric Modified Barium Swallow studies.
  • Fluency Disorders are characterized by disruptions in the production of speech sounds, also called dysfluencies.
  • Cognitive Disorders are impairments with memory, attention, concentration, organization, and problem solving.
  • Assistive and Alternative Communication helps individuals whose oral or written communication abilities do not meet their functional needs.

 

To make an appointment, contact Summit Therapy & Health Services:

(509) 332-5106 or 1620 SE Summit Court, Pullman WA 99163

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What our patients are saying:

"Our daughter is speaking, and not only speaking, but communicating!"

Our Staff
Jennifer Griffin, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist

Keri Jones, MA, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist

Education: MA Speech and Hearing Science, Washington State University, 2000; BS Speech and Hearing Science, Washington State University, 1998; Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology, American Speech Language Hearing Association; Lee Silverman Voice Training Certification for Parkinson's Disease
Special Interests: Swallow Studies, Pediatrics, Voice Therapy

Kelly Sebold, MA, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist

Education: MA Speech and Hearing Science, Washington State University, 1994; BS Speech and Hearing Science, Washington State University, 1991; Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology, American Speech Language Hearing Association
Special Interests: Infant and Child Feeding and Swallowing Disorders, General Speech and Language Delay, Autism, Early Intervention, Apraxia of Speech, and Head and Neck Issues, such as cleft palate and tracheostomy

Betsy Wilson, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech and Language Pathologist

Education: MS Speech and Language Pathology, Idaho State University, 1992; Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology, American Speech Language Hearing Association
Special Interests: Early Intervention, Pediatrics, Speech Disorders, Language Delays, Autism, Dementia

Physical Therapy

Restoring physical function in everyday work and play.

Whether you have had an injury, are recovering from surgery, or are suffering from chronic pain, physical therapy can help you return to an optimum level of function and fitness.

 
Physical Therapy Can Treat
  • Sports injuries
  • Spinal Pain
  • Work related injuries
  • Injuries from motor vehicle accidents
  • Pregnancy related pain
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Vertigo
  • Arthritis
 
Physical therapy is also beneficial for
  • Rehabilitation from orthopedic surgery or injury
  • Aquatic therapy
  • Pediatric rehabilitation
  • Wound care
  • Foot orthotics
  • Orthopedic rehabilitation
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Neurological rehabilitation

 

 

 

To make an appointment, contact Summit Therapy & Health Services:

(509) 332-5106 or 1620 SE Summit Court, Pullman WA 99163

 

 

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What our patients are saying:

"I ran in a 5K run on Saturday and finished in 27:33 so…..celebration! Haven’t run in 10 years, never thought I would again. Thank you for pushing me and for putting me back together."

We're on campus

A satellite clinic is located at the Washington State University Recreation Center for the convenience of WSU students and staff.

Our Staff
Carrie Coen, PT, DPT
Summit Therapy Director, Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of North Dakota, 2007; BS Physical Therapy, University of North Dakota, 1988; BS Biology, University of Idaho, 1986; Member of the American Physical Therapy Association
Special Interests: Geriatrics, Pediatrics, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Orthopedics

Mary Nell Holden, DPT
Physical Therapist

Education: Master’s Physical Therapy – Texas Woman’s University – 1997, BS Biology, TWU 1995, Texas Massage License 1991-1997. Special Interests: Patient Education and Care Delivery Models to improve Patients’ outcomes, lasting results, and decrease cost of care. Wide variety of case types utilizing Neurodevelopmental Techniques, Manual Therapies, and Strengthening.

Kim Fletcher, DPT
Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Eastern Washington University, 2007; BS Sport Science, University Of Idaho, 2004 Special Interests: Women’s Health, Pelvic Dysfunction, Pregnancy, Post-Natal, Orthopedics

Holli Parrish, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, 2013; BS Kinesiology, Washington State University, 2010 Special Interests: Orthopedics, Geriatrics, Neurological Rehabilitation, and Vestibular

Jenny Carrier, DPT
Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Idaho State University, 2005; BS Health Science, Boise State University, 2001
Special Interests: Pediatrics, Acute Care

Lenora Waelti, PT, DPT, ATC
Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Widener University, 2003; MS Physical Therapy, Widener University, 1997; BS Biology, Washington State University, 1992; BA Foreign Languages and Literatures, German, WSU, 1992; Certified Athletic Trainer, 2004; Adjunct Faculty in Biology at WSU; Member of American Physical Therapy Association, Member of National Athletic Trainers Association
Special Interests: Satellite Clinic at WSU Student Recreation Center, Athletic Injuries, Orthopedics, Geriatrics

Timothy Williams, DPT
Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Southwest Baptist University, 2011; BS Neuroscience, Washington State University, 2008; BS Biology, Washington State University, 2007; Member of the American Physical Therapy Association
Special Interests: Neurological Rehabilitation, Pediatrics, Orthopedics

Erin Scholz, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Franklin Pierce University, 2016; BA Sociology, University of Washington, 2013. Member of the American Physical Therapy Association. LSVT BIG certified. Special Interests: Neurological Rehabilitation, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Geriatrics, Orthopedics.

Thomas Miller, PT
Physical Therapist

Education: BS Physical Therapy, Northwestern University, 1983; BA Physiology, Southern Illinois University, 1981;
Special Interests: Orthopedics, Foot and Ankle Injuries

Ed Robertson, PT
Physical Therapist

Education: BS Physical Therapy, University of Washington, 1990; BS Physical Education/Biology, Lewis Clark State College, 1987; Member of the American Physical Therapy Association; Adjunct Faculty in Movement Studies at WSU
Special Interests: Foot and Ankle Injuries, Hand Rehabilitation, Wound Care, Athletic Injuries

Rory Fletcher, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Eastern Washington University, 2008. BS Sports Science, University of Idaho, 2004.
Special Interests: Athletic injuries, Orthopedics, Spine Rehab, Satellite clinic at WSU Student Health and Wellness.

Kris Allen, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: AS Physical Therapy Assistant, Green River Community College, 1995; BS Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University, 1990;
Special Interests: Back and Neck Rehabilitation, Myofascial Release

Kyle Hopwood, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: AS Physical Therapy Assistant, Spokane Falls Community College, 2010; BS Exercise Science, Central Washington University, 2005
Special Interests: Athletic Injuries, Orthopedics

Maile Keller, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant

Education: AS Physical Therapy Assistant, Kapi'olani Community College, 1996; BS Health Science, Idaho State University, 2005
Special Interests: Orthopedics, Acute Care

Kai Seshiki, Ed.M, ATC
Certified Athletic Trainer

Education: BS Kinesiology, Washington State University, 1999; National Athletic Trainers Association Certification, WSU, 2000; EdM Education, WSU, 2006
Special Interests: Athletic Injuries, Orthopedics, Sports Medicine

Palouse Audiology

Palouse Audiology, the most comprehensive care on the Palouse for better hearing.

Palouse Audiology specializes in evaluating and treating children and adults with hearing loss and related auditory problems by offering the only comprehensive audiological services on the Palouse.

 
Pediatric Services

In the first few years of life, hearing is a critical part of a child's social, emotional, and cognitive development. Even a mild or partial hearing loss can affect a child's ability to speak and understand language.

At Palouse Audiology, we recognize the importance of early diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss in infants, children, and adolescents.Our pediatric audiology program focuses on early diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss in children and adolescents.

  • Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE) diagnostic testing
  • Comprehensive audiological evaluation for hearing aid needs
  • Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) testing
  • Testing for hearing loss as a potential cause of speech and language delays
  • Hearing evaluations after a failed hearing screen in school
  • Monitoring hearing status and middle ear function in children with chronic middle ear concerns
  • Family counseling on selection of hearing aids, fitting of hearing aids, and repairs
  • Fitting of hearing aids and repairs
  • Customized hearing protection and swim molds
  • FM and other assistive listening devices
 
Adult Services

Our adult audiology program is tailored to meet the individual needs of adults and young adults with hearing loss and hearing aids. Palouse Audiology can help you by providing:

  • Diagnostic hearing evaluations
  • Hearing aid candidacy evaluations
  • Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) testing
  • Onsite hearing aid repairs and cleaning
  • Industrial hearing screenings
  • L&I hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings
  • Customized hearing protection

 

Schedule an appointment

Palouse Audiology: Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm

(509) 332-8843

Visit us online or stop by at 835 SE Bishop Blvd. Suite 601 in Pullman Regional Hospital

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Objective, non-invasive testing

We specialize in hearing testing for infants and children. Our tests are objective and non-invasive, meaning we provide accurate hearing evaluations for people of all ages.

Our Staff
Susan Keeling, AuD, CCC-A
Doctor of Audiology

Education: AuD Doctor of Audiology, University of Florida, 2006 MS Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona, 2002 BA Speech and Hearing Sciences, Washington State University, 2000 Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology, American Speech Language Hearing Association Special Interests: Adolescent and Adult Diagnostics, Auditory Processing Disorder, Aural Rehabilitation, Hearing Conservation

Rutendo Chikuku, Aud
Doctor of Audiology

Education: Aud Doctor of Audiology, University of Indiana in Bloomington. Graduate externship Medical University of South Carolina working mainly on an ongoing study investigating age-related hearing loss. Dr. Chikuku works with both the adult and pediatric population and performs most of our follow-up testing for the pediatric population from birth to three years old. Special Interests: electrophysiological testing, hearing conservation and she is passionate about hearing health awareness in the community.

Massage Therapy

Massage can supplement standard medicine in treating a variety of health conditions in a drug-free, non-invasive manner.

Summit Therapy & Health Services has a staff of licensed massage therapists who provide a broad variety of massage and bodywork techniques. Our services are geared toward the medical model for those clients whose conditions have potential to respond favorably to massage.

 
Massage has many benefits, including:
  • Reducing recovery time for acute injuries
  • Reducing chronic pain for such conditions as fibromyalgia
  • Relief from pain for migraine sufferers and reduced need for medication
  • Reducing post-surgery adhesions, edema, and realignment of scar tissue after healing
  • Relaxing and softening injured and overused muscles
  • Helping prevent or improve repetitive stress injuries
  • Improving muscle function and endurance
  • Improving range of motion and decreasing discomfort for people with low back pain
  • Decreasing anxiety, stress, depression, and adrenal fatigue
  • Increasing circulation and enhancing immune system function
  • Reducing recovery time for strenuous workouts and eliminating subsequent pain for athletes of any level

 

To make an appointment, contact Summit Therapy & Health Services: (509) 332-5106 or 1620 SE Summit Court, Pullman WA 99163

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Does your insurance provide massage?

We accept most major insurance plans but be sure to check with your carrier for massage therapy benefits. A physician's referral is necessary in most cases for third party payment.

Our Staff
Tyne Gray, LMP
Massage Practitioner

Education: Moscow School of Massage, 2003
Specializing in: Pregnancy and Infant Massage, Structural Relief Therapy and Post-Mastectomy Massage

Jill Herbold, LMP
Massage Practitioner

Education: Professional Member of American Massage Therapy Association, 2000; National Certification in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, 2000; Port Townsend School of Massage, 2000; Certified Instructor of Infant Massage, 2002; Prenatal Massage Therapist, 2002

Greg Larson
Massage Practitioner

Education: Moscow School of Massage 2001; BA Philosophy, Pomona College, 1992
Specializing in: Structural Relief Therapy, Geriatric Massage, Trager Approach, Swedish Massage, Pregnancy Massage and TMJ Treatment

Colin Meyer, LMP
Massage Practitioner

Education: Moscow School of Massage 2006
Specializing in: Structural Relief Therapy, Pregnancy Massage, Active Isolated Stretching- The Mattes Method and Swedish Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy

Esther Sanders
Massage Practitioner and Certified Sport Massage Specialitst

Education: Seattle Massage School, 1998
Specializing in: Injury Treatment, Pain Management, Sports Massage, Swedish Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Therapy, and Trager Approach

Laurel Mitzel
Massage Practitioner


Pathways to a healthy future

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The Rydbom's Story

The Rydbom Family Gives Back to Pullman Regional Hospital.

Dr. Caggiano and Karen's Story

Why we give to the Endowment for Quality and Access.

Tami and Joe's Story

Why we give to the Endowment for Quality and Access.

Ken's Story

Why I give to the Endowment for Quality and Access.

2017 Highest Needs (Annual Giving)

Help us fund the hospital's highest needs and the building expansion for Same-Day Services.

Pullman Regional Hospital Auxiliary

Supporting patient comfort and healing through fundraising, since 1968.

Endowment for Quality & Access

Assuring the community has access to quality medical care on the Palouse.

It's a Boy!

Alma James

 

Delivered by: Dr. Campbell & Lisa,RN

Parents

Cynthia & Zack

Date and Time

Nov 16, 2017 8:37 PM

Weight and Length

8lbs. 4oz. 20 1/4in.