Community Partners

This hospital is deeply rooted in our community, and we collaborate with many organizations to create pathways for a healthy future.

 

Community Care Partners:

 

Adult Protection Services

Adult Protective Services (APS) investigates allegations of abuse of a person who lives in their own home. Read more about APS by clicking here:http://www.adsa.dshs.wa.gov/pubinfo/help/agencies.htm#APS. To contact APS, call 1-800-459-0421 (TTY) or (509) 568-3086.

 

Alternatives to Violence on the Palouse

ATVP provides 24 hour emergency and supportive services to family and sexual violence victims and survivors and their children. http://atvp.org/

 

CHAS Clinic

CHAS is a non-profit, federally qualified health center (FQHC) providing high-quality medical, dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health services to families and individuals of all ages, regardless of insurance status. https://chas.org/about-us

 

Circles of Caring Adult Day Health

Circles of Caring Adult Day Health is a day-use program that provides a safe, caring, and nurturing atmosphere for adults and elders. They provide a wide range of services specialized to assist participants with their medical, social, and family needs, while improving or maintaining their physical, social, and cognitive functioning. Adult Day Health staff provide a loving and welcoming environment that participants enjoy returning to again and again. http://www.circlesofcaring.org/

 

Council On Aging and Human Services

The Council on Aging & Human Services (COA-HS) is a private non-profit, public-benefit organization committed to enhancing lives and supporting communities with transportation and nutrition services. http://www.coa-hs.org/

 
Eastern Washington Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Local Palouse services for the deaf and hard of hearing. http://www.ewcdhh.org/

 
Family Home Care (Private duty care)

This professional team is dedicated to your satisfaction and well being. With a staff of over 200 employees, FHC is ready to meet your needs, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All patient care is supervised by healthcare professionals and registered nurses to guarantee you receive the best care possible. All care is provided one-on-one in your home by carefully selected Home health Aides. All Family Home Care staff are licensed, trained, and meet rigorous background checks and qualifications. We have Nurses on staff to help manage cases and delegate tasks to our skilled caregivers. http://fhccares.com/

 
Family Promise of the Palouse

Family Promise of the Palouse is a nonprofit organization that operates through an Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) to provide immediate shelter to homeless families in the community while helping people achieve lasting independence. A partnership of interfaith congregations in the Palouse community helps families who are facing homelessness. Family Promise is an affiliate of the national Family Promise program that has served more than 400,000 people – mostly children – over the past 20 years. http://familypromisepalouse.org/

 

Families Together for People with Disabilities

Families Together was founded in 1986 in Pullman, Washington by parents, siblings and professionals to provide families with support and information using the Family Enrichment Weekend model. The Family Enrichment Weekend is a unique model that uses a combination of recreation, education, and performance to provide families with an exciting family experience that is filled with laughter, learning, and love. http://www.familiestogether.org/

 

Friends of Hospice

Hospice is a comprehensive program of care for terminally ill patients and their loved ones. Hospice emphasizes palliative rather than curative treatment; quality rather than quantity of life. Hospice helps patients and their families deal with end-of-life challenges in a life-affirming, compassionate way that brings dignity, hope, and love to every day. Comfort and professional medical care are given and sophisticated symptom relief is provided. The patient and family are included in the care plan. Medical, social, emotional, and spiritual support is given based on the patient’s wishes and family’s needs. http://friendsofhospice.net/index.html

 

Gentiva Home Health & Hospice

When the doctor, patient and family decide that curative treatment is no longer an option, home hospice services may be the answer wherever home is, whether a skilled nursing facility, a friend or family member's place, or the house you've been living in for many years. Gentiva's hospice services allow patients to make the most of each day, at home surrounded by friends and family in a familiar, comfortable environment. http://www.gentiva.com/hospice/

 

Inland Northwest Blood Center

INBC is an exclusive provider of blood banking services for Pullman Regional Hospital. We support weekly community blood drives conducted by INBC on site at the hospital. http://inbcsaves.org/

 
Medical Specialty Clinic

At Pullman Regional Hospital, we provide access to multiple specialty clinics onsite that patients would normally have to travel to Spokane or Lewiston to receive services. These include:

  • Spokane Cardiology
  • Spokane Allergy & Asthma Clinic
  • Inland Neurosurgery & Spine
  • Spokane Pulmonology
  • St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Oncology Services
  • Advanced Dermatology
 
NARAP

Pre-Health Washington State University students work in the Pullman Regional Hospital Emergency Department conducting clinical research with the National Alliance of Research Associate Programs (NARAP), a non-profit clinical research organization facilitating large-scale research in the areas of screening and prevention. http://www.thenarap.org/

 

Palouse Alliance

Pullman Regional Hospital is a member of the Palouse Alliance, a non-profit regional group of health and human service agencies on the Palouse.

 
Palouse HIV Consortium

The Palouse HIV Consortium (PHC), a community-based, non-profit, tax-exempt corporation, assists HIV-positive persons living in the Palouse Region access appropriate and competent healthcare and social services, by soliciting, managing and disbursing funding.

 

Palouse Recovery

Palouse Recovery Center (PRC) is a State Certified Agency licensed by the State of Washington offering outpatient alcohol and drug education, treatment, counseling and rehabilitation. http://pullmanalcoholanddrugrehab.com/

 
Palouse River Counseling

Palouse River Counseling is located at the address 340 Maple Street NE Pullman, Washington 99163 . Phone: (509) 334-1133.

 

Palouse Resource Guide

The goal of the PRG is to connect individuals, families, and communities to available resources in our Palouse and local surrounding rural areas. Palouse Resource Guide

 

Pullman Community Council on Aging

PCCoA is a group of caring citizens & professionals which has advocated for Pullman's senior citizens since 1973. Meals on Wheels, Guide to Senior Services, Senior Chore Service, foot-care and more. (509) 332-9627.

 

Pullman Transit Dial A Ride

Dial-A-Ride is primarily a “senior service” with ADA integration. ADA certification is offered, but is not required to be eligible for Dial-A-Ride service. For more information concerning ADA, contact Wayne Thompson at 509-338-3249.http://www.pullman-wa.gov/departments/pullman-transit/dial-a-ride

 

Rural Resources Community Action

Since 1965, Rural Resources Community Action has helped residents of Northeastern Washington help themselves and each other. Through education, resources and support, we offer real hope to children, seniors and families, by working to create a stronger and more stable community for us all. http://www.ruralresources.org/

 
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories

Pullman Regional Hospital partners with SEL to provide community education and employee wellness through SEL health fairs.

 

Walla Walla Community College and Lewis & Clark State College

Pullman Regional Hospital provides onsite clinical and management rotations for these nursing students.

 

Willow Center

Willow Center for Grieving Children provides support to children, teens and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one. The preventive program provides group support coordinated by mental health professionals and trained volunteers to promote the expression of grief and loss; the understanding of death, loss and the process of grief; and decrease feelings of isolation associated with grief. Serving the region and currentlyserving families from Pullman, Genesee, Cottonwood, as well as the valley. Willow Center is the only organization between Boise and Spokane that is dedicated to serving the needs of grieving children, teens and their families in a free of charge, on-going open ended, support group format. http://willow-center.org/

 
WSU Clinical Health Psychology

Through a unique partnership with Washington State University, Clinical Health Psychology doctoral students provide pre-natal and post-natal psychological consultation to women in Pullman Regional Hospital's BirthPlace, assist in coaching employees who are enrolled in the Employee Wellness Program, and provide assistance to medical/surgical patients and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation outpatients.

 
WSU Intercollegiate Nursing Center Program

Pullman Regional Hospital provides onsite clinical and management rotations for these nursing and imaging students. http://nursing.wsu.edu/

 

YMCA of the Palouse

The YMCA of the Palouse currently operates after-school programs in Pullman’s three elementary schools, operates the Special Olympics of Whitman County and Special Olympics Young Athletes, and provides internships, practicums, and service learning opportunities. The Y also operates annual Spring Break Day Camp and Summer Day Camp corresponding with the Pullman School District breaks.

http://www.palouseymca.org/

 

 

Skilled Nursing Facilities (Rehab and Long Term Care):

 

Aspen Park (Moscow)

Dedicated to hope, healing and recovery Aspen Park offers short-term rehabilitative care as well as long-term care with an emphasis on excellent service. Known for providing quality care in a home-like environment to allow for independence and to enable patients and residents to receive the medical care they need, the restorative therapy they require, and the support they and their families deserve. http://www.aspenparkhealthcare.com/

 

Avalon Care Center (Pullman)

Pullman Regional Hospital works closely with Avalon to provide seamless transitions to patients and families as they move between the Hospital and Avalon. Patient Support Volunteers also provide regular visits to patients at this skilled nursing facility for long term care. http://www.avalonhci.com/communities/washington/avalon-care-centerf-pullman/

 

Good Samaritan Village (Moscow)

Moscow Village is a care center and senior living campus located on 22 beautifully landscaped acres in norther Idaho, nestled between Moscow Mountain and the rolling hills of the Palouse. http://www.good-sam.com/index.php/locations/moscow

 

Whitman Health & Rehab (Colfax)

With a Commitment to Caring Whitman Health provides a number of different services including nursing, rehabilitation, post-acute care, dementia support, social programs and services. http://whitmanhealthandrehab.com/

 

 

 

Assisted Living:

 

Bishop Place (Pullman)

Offers independent living, memorycare and enhanced care. http://www.bishopplace.net/

 
Community Pride (St. John)

(509) 648-4214

 

The Courtyard (Colfax)

The Courtyard at Colfax is unique, for it offers a less corporate and more personal environment. Started by a local physician, a nurse, and their families, The Coutyard is a small community where residents and staff know each other and where genuine care takes place. http://thecourtyardcolfax.com/index.html

 
Good Samaritan Villiage (Moscow)

Moscow Village is a care center and senior living campus located on 22 beautifully landscaped acres in norther Idaho, nestled between Moscow Mountain and the rolling hills of the Palouse. http://www.good-sam.com/index.php/locations/moscow

 

LaDow Court (Garfield)

(509) 635-1411   

 
Whitman Senior Living (Pullman)

Whitman Senior Living Community offers retirement and assisted living options with compassionate care in a professionally managed, carefully designed retirement community. With focus on wellness and keeping residents as independent as possible provides the perfect alternative to seniors who can no longer live on their own. Residents enjoy beautifully appointed living spaces, delicious meals and engaging social activities.http://www.whitmanslc.com/

 

 

 

Adult Family Homes in Whitman County:

 

Arcadia Drive Adult Family Home

1500 NW Arcadia Dr.

Pullman

David Kipelian

332-1230

 

City View Adult Family Home

535 SW City View

Pullman

Leah N. Kapeen

334-5786

 

Considerate Care Adult Family Home

730 SE Carolstar Dr

Pullman

Mercy Ndambuki

339-6146

 

Considerate Care Adult Family Home

300 E. Cannon St.

Palouse

Mercy Ndambuki

878-1405

 

Glenhaven Adult Family Home

352 Johnson Road

Pullman

Lorna Shompole

332-7472

 

Glenhaven Adult Family Home

2510 NW Parr Drive

Pullman

Lorna Shompole

332-0595

 

Good Hope Home Care

320 SE Nebraska

Pullman

Bilha Kamithi

332-7057

 

Henderson House Adult Family Home

1511 Cedar St.

Colfax

Valerie Marker

509-397-3403

 

Nelsons Corner Adult Family Home

623 E Valleyview St.

Colfax

Valerie Marker

509-397-3403

 

Precious Elders Adult Family Home

320 NW Terre View Drive

Pullman

Ricky & Erick Kayioni

339-6200

 

Purity Adult Family Home

1725 NW Kenny Dr.

Pullman

Purity Kapeen

334-3476

 

Whispering Hills Adult Family Home

1090 SW Latour Peak Dr

Pullman

Lorraine Fulfs, LMK

335-5338