It's a Girl!

Novalee Jean

 

Delivered by: Dr. Jones and Bonnie,RN

Parents

Katie and Blair

Date and Time

Aug 21, 2017 8:25 PM

Weight and Length

6 pounds,9 ounces 21 inches

Pullman Regional Hospital Hosts Surgery Open House on September 8

Aug 18, 2017

An open house featuring the recently expanded surgical services at Pullman Regional Hospital will be held on Friday, September 8.  Social time, program and served appetizers will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the hospital.  A ribbon cutting with dignitaries and tours will begin at 6:15 p.m. Space is limited so those interested in attending are asked to RSVP by August 30 at pullmanregional.org/building-surgical-excellence.

Attendees will be able to view the newly built fourth operating room and technology upgrades for all four surgery rooms, including a demonstration of new 4K high definition cameras and multimedia capabilities for physicians and patient communication. The total cost of the surgery expansion project was $2.3 million with $1.5 of that amount funded by lead gifts from Ed & Beatriz Schweitzer, the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust and the community. RSVP here.

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It's a Boy!

Abdullah

 

Delivered by: Dr. Guida and Acacia,RN

Parents

Fadiyah and Mohammed

Date and Time

Aug 10, 2017 5:00 PM

Weight and Length

7 pounds, 12 ounces 19 inches

It's a Girl!

Ellen Jasmine

 

Delivered by: Bonnie,RN, Sarah,RN, and Jessica,RN

Parents

Yang and Shulin

Date and Time

Aug 14, 2017 5:03 AM

Weight and Length

8 pounds,1 ounce 20 inches

Palouse Heart Center Opening in Pullman

Aug 14, 2017

A new cardiology practice, Palouse Heart Center, is opening this September as a new service provided by Pullman Regional Hospital Clinic Network.  David Jones, M.D., who has more than 15 years of experience, will begin seeing patients September 18.  

Services include consultation and management for cardiac patients with heart failure, coronary artery disease, interpretation of echocardiography and stress tests, pacemaker implantation and monitoring. The service is by physician and self-referral. For more information, please call (509) 336-7577 or visit our website.

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It's a Girl!

Veronica Pearsall

 

Delivered by: Dr. Guida and Lisa,RN

Parents

Samantha and Lee

Date and Time

Aug 9, 2017 11:28 PM

Weight and Length

7 pounds,4ounces 19 1/2 inches

It's a Girl!

Alena Felicity

 

Delivered by: Dr. Minudri and Charles,RN

Parents

Cassandra and Ruben

Date and Time

Aug 8, 2017 11:35 AM

Weight and Length

7 pounds, 14 ounces 20 1/2 inches

Champions for Kids--Autograph Signing Session

How to Help Event
Date
Sep 2, 2017
Time
2:00PM - 4:00PM

Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation has teamed up with famous sports champions to provide an exclusive autograph session and silent auction at Zeppoz in Pullman on September 2, 2017.

Champions for Kids Autograph Session—presented and hosted by Zeppoz—provides sports fans a chance to meet Drew Bledsoe, Jason Gesser, Connor Halliday, Rueben Mayes, Mark Rypien, Mack Strong, and Jack Thompson.

$75 ticket for the Champion Experience includes an autograph from each champion; a $150 pre-event VIP ticket provides one-on-one time with each champion in addition to an autograph. The silent auction will showcase more than 30 autographed photos and sports memorabilia, and cards and mini helmets will be available for purchase.

All event proceeds support a new program under the hospital's Orthopaedic Center of Excellence to provide local high school students of Colton, WA; Garfield-Palouse, WA; Potlatch, ID; and Pullman, WA full-service athletic training services.

The event was inspired by hospital commissioner, Jeff Elbracht.  “We’re excited to host an event which benefits our student athletes and grateful these champions are volunteering their time to support the kids,” said Elbracht.

Tickets may be purchased online at www.pullmanregional.org/Champs4Kids

Famous Sports Figures Help Raise Funds for Area High School Athletes

Aug 11, 2017

Pullman, WA—Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation has teamed up with famous sports champions to provide an exclusive autograph session and silent auction at Zeppoz in Pullman on September 2, 2017.

Champions for Kids Autograph Session—presented and hosted by Zeppoz—provides sports fans a chance to meet Drew Bledsoe, Jason Gesser, Connor Halliday, Rueben Mayes, Mark Rypien, Mack Strong, and Jack Thompson.

A $75 ticket for the Champion Experience includes an autograph from each champion; a $150 pre-event VIP ticket provides one-on-one time with each champion in addition to an autograph. The silent auction will showcase more than 30 autographed photos and sports memorabilia, and cards and mini helmets will be available for purchase.

All event proceeds support a new program under the hospital's Orthopaedic Center of Excellence to provide local high school students of Colton, WA; Garfield-Palouse, WA; Potlatch, ID; and Pullman, WA full-service athletic training services.

The event was inspired by hospital commissioner, Jeff Elbracht.  “We’re excited to host an event which benefits our student athletes and grateful these champions are volunteering their time to support the kids,” said Elbracht.

Tickets may be purchased online at www.pullmanregional.org/Champs4Kids

 

 

Contact: Alison Weigley, Assistant Director of Development, Marketing & Major Gifts
Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation
509-332-2041
alison.weigley@pullmanregional.org

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Melanie's Story

Melanie Hodges is a firecracker in a small package. As the owner and “CEO” of Lily Bee’s Fine Boutique and Consignments in downtown Pullman, her love for selling quality clothing, formal dresses and vintage items on consignment is apparent. She will soon be celebrating Lily Bee’s 10 year anniversary in business. With her naturally bubbly personality, she makes friends quickly, so it’s no surprise that after a recent stay at Pullman Regional Hospital, Melanie found herself making new friends.

“The nurses were so nice,” she said. “When I left (the hospital), I felt like I had new friends.”

She compares Pullman Regional Hospital to a large hospital in Vail, Colorado where her daughter is Director of Nursing. “Our nurses are just as good as theirs,” she says with a smile and a laugh. “We have an A-1 hospital.”  

“Nurses really are the healers,” she said. “If I ever need to go back for something, it will be to Pullman Regional Hospital. I felt like I had been taken care of so well.” 

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