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Prenatal Breastfeeding Class

BirthPlace Class
Date
Jun 12, 2017
Time
12:30PM - 2:30PM
Prenatal Breastfeeding Classes 

If you are planning to breastfeed or you have questions about breastfeeding, this is the class for you.  You will have the opportunity to come and meet other expectant moms, learn about breastfeeding, and gain confidence. The class will be offered every other Monday and will last about two hours.  Some of the topics covered: prenatal and postnatal breast changes, things that can affect the success of breastfeeding, how to prevent engorgement and other complications of breastfeeding, what to expect the first few days of life and the periods following, techniques for good positioning of baby at the breast. The $15 registration of this class includes unlimited access to the Breastfeeding Support Group that the hospital hosts twice a month. Please make payments 24 hours prior to your class.   

 

Register for Prenatal Breastfeeding Class here

It's a Girl!

Debra Lederon

 

Delivered by: Dr. Trinh and Sarah,RN

Parents

Irene and Alfred

Date and Time

Apr 19, 2017 7:29 PM

Weight and Length

8lbs,6oz 20 3/4 inches

Katie Evermann Druffel receives Social Worker of the Year Award

Apr 24, 2017

Katie Evermann Druffel, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Director of Social Work & Care Coordination at Pullman Regional Hospital, was recently awarded “Social Worker of the Year” by the National Association of Social Workers. Evermann Druffel was nominated by her peers and a panel of social work professionals who are members of NASW judged all the nominations.

 

Evermann Druffel has worked at Pullman Regional Hospital since 2006, when she started as the sole social worker. Now the Social Work & Care Coordination Team is comprised of professionals from social work, nursing, health psychology, students and volunteer chaplains.

 

Evermann Druffel also initiated a partnership with WSU Human Development to create a Social Work Extender program utilizing undergraduate students to continue the care process. She serves as the chair of the Ethics Committee and started the Quality of Life Team in 2008, with the goal of supporting providers, families and patients who need care at the end of life in the hospital. Additionally, Evermann Druffel serves on the Washington State Department of Health Palliative Care – Rural Health Integration Advisory Team which works to bring palliative care to rural communities. 

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It's a Boy!

Derik Eunjae

 

Delivered by: Dr. Campbell & Charles

Parents

Hyun & Se-Young

Date and Time

Apr 18, 2017 7:14 PM

Weight and Length

8lbs. 7oz. 19.5in.

It's a Girl!

Haley Manli

 

Delivered by: Dr. Campbell & Jessica,RN & Nicole,RN

Parents

He & Junming

Date and Time

Apr 18, 2017 1:57 PM

Weight and Length

7lbs. 10oz. 20.5in

It's a Boy!

Cullen Scott

 

Delivered by: Dr. Hall & Linda,RN

Parents

Mirenda & Daniel

Date and Time

Apr 16, 2017 8:22 AM

Weight and Length

6lbs. 5oz. 18in.