It's a Girl!

Kendall Kay

 

Delivered by: Dr. Campbell & Izzie,RN

Parents

Ashley & Trevor

Date and Time

Feb 11, 2017 2:59 PM

Weight and Length

7lbs. 11oz. 21in.

It's a Girl!

Lily Constance

 

Delivered by: Dr. Campbell & Danielle,RN

Parents

Rose & Tim

Date and Time

Feb 11, 2017 10:31 PM

Weight and Length

6lbs. 4oz. 20in.

It's a Girl!

Naomi Lynn

 

Delivered by: Dr. Campbell and Bonnie,RN

Parents

Kiri and Mathew

Date and Time

Feb 10, 2017 10:50 PM

Weight and Length

7 lbs, 8 oz 19 inches

It's a Girl!

Elizabeth Serwaah

 

Delivered by: Dr. Hall and Izzie,RN

Parents

Linda and Derick

Date and Time

Feb 8, 2017 12:28 PM

Weight and Length

6 lbs, 1 oz 19 inches

2017 HIGHEST NEED -- BUILDING EXPANSION FOR SAME-DAY SERVICES

Help us build on the 5-star Pullman Regional Hospital experience, and support the building expansion for same-day services.

The 2017 Annual Giving for Excellence Fund Drive supports Pullman Regional Hospital's highest needs, which includes the building expansion for Same-Day Services.

 

Project: Building on the 5-Star Experience

As our community thrives and grows, we are met with an opportunity to expand our hospital’s capacity for same-day services and provide the five-star Pullman Regional Hospital experience to a swiftly growing community of patients.

  • Demand for same-day services, procedures and outpatient medical care has doubled within the past ten years.
  • As a result, we must increase the number of same-day patient rooms (from our current 12 to a total of 22) to accommodate those who need infusions, transfusions, endoscopy, pain management, observation and radiology procedures requiring anesthesia.
  • We need to create additional space to enhance efficiency and movement for one of the busiest areas of patient care and allow for flexibility to serve each patient at an individualized level.
  • We need to have more space for current and new physicians to treat patients at our five-star hospital.
  • With the increased capacity to serve more same-day patients, the hospital could see a net increase revenue of $100,000 to $200,000 a year.

Pullman Regional Hospital will expand our capacity for same-day services, procedures and outpatient medical care by constructing a 10,000-square foot permanent building addition and purchasing the essential medical equipment to provide vital patient care. Additionally, surgical patients will have their pre-operative visit in this new facility.

This building expansion will work in concert with the Surgery Expansion Project which is slated for completion in the summer of 2017. The addition of a fourth operating room and upgrade to all operating suites with state-of-the-art surgical technology, will accommodate the 30% growth in surgical services and endoscopy services over ten years’ time, greatly enhancing our capacity to care for loved ones who require surgical intervention. 

Excellent patient care is Pullman Regional Hospital’s highest priority and this expansion of same-day services is currently a pressing medical need. It comes at a cost of approximately $3 million. To move forward, we require $3 million in funding through a portfolio of cash, financing, and—most importantly—philanthropy.

When you and your loved ones need it most, these enhancements in physical space and resources will empower our clinicians and staff to more effectively embody and carry out our mission: to nurture and facilitate a healthier quality of life for our community.

 

Give today to ensure quality healthcare for your family and generations of families to come.

Contact Stephanie Pierce at the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation to learn more about Annual Giving or make a gift online.

(509) 332-2044 or stephanie.pierce@pullmanregional.org

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

Building Expansion for Same-Day Services

A 10,000 square foot building will house ten patient rooms.

We're Here to Help

Contact the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation office at (509) 332-2046 or visit us at Corporate Pointe Building, 840 SE Bishop Blvd., Suite 200 in Pullman

It's a Boy!

Flynn Robert Lentz

 

Delivered by: Dr. Jones & Nicole,RN

Parents

Lisa & Jacob

Date and Time

Feb 6, 2017 2:10 PM

Weight and Length

8lbs. 13oz. 20in.

It's a Girl!

Cecelia Costa

 

Delivered by: Dr. Harper & Charles,RN

Parents

Roxy & Zach

Date and Time

Feb 4, 2017 9:38 AM

Weight and Length

7lbs. 4oz. 19in.

It's a Girl!

Willow Roslyn

 

Delivered by: Dr. Trinh & Charles,RN

Parents

Jeannette & Patrick

Date and Time

Feb 3, 2017 3:33 PM

Weight and Length

7lbs. 10oz. 20.5in.

It's a Boy!

Ashton Bradley

 

Delivered by: Dr. Trinh & Linda,RN

Parents

Ashley & Colton

Date and Time

Feb 2, 2017 9:01 AM

Weight and Length

8lbs. 6oz. 20in.

Aging & Mastery Program presents: An introduction to Mindful-Self Compassion

Community Outreach Event
Date
May 19, 2017
Time
12:30PM - 2:00PM

An Introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion 

Rebecca Bohn is a mindfulness and compassion-based psychotherapist and trainer in private practice, with over 25 years in the mental health field. She specializes in the teaching of evidence based practices and programs, including; Mindful-Self Compassion (MSC), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). 

 

She feels passionate about teaching methods to cultivate awareness skills, emotional balance and well-being in a variety of settings.  She has trained extensively with leaders in the mindfulness and self-compassion field, including; Kristen Neff, Christopher Germer and Zindel Segel.  Rebecca creates a warm and welcoming environment for those she teaches. 

 

Mindful-Self Compassion (MSC) combines the skills of mindfulness and self-compassion to enhance our emotional well-being, relationships with others and the relationships with ourselves.  How do you typically react to difficulties in life--health challenges, aging,  financial stress and life changes? Are you compassionate to others, but overly hard on yourself? Most of us find fault with ourselves when things go wrong.this creates more stress.

 

Self-compassion is a skill that can be learned by anyone.  In this introduction to Mindful-Self Compassion you will learn:

- How to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than self-criticism

- Respond to feelings of of failure or inadequacy with self-kindness

- Learn self-compassion tools to integrate into daily life

 

This introduction to Mindful-Self Compassion is fun, engaging and interactive. This presentation is FREE & OPEN to the public. Please RSVP to Noel at 509.336.7404.