Often, employees enroll in medical insurance plans for protection against unpredictable events, sudden illness or serious health concerns that may result in expensive medical bills.
The local university is partnering with Washington State University for a new pharmacy program.
New nurse practitioner at local clinic
As an immigrant child, she found ways to quickly learn to speak and read English.
The local hospital is planning a “Go Red” event from 7:30-11 a.m. this Thursday for women’s heart awareness.
The Washington State Nurses Association Board of Directors has a new leader.
Dr. Jamal Masalmeh is the new optometrist at Yakima Neighborhood Health’s local clinic, 617 Scoon Road.
Officials have taken actions related to the following Yakima Valley health care providers:
PMH Medical Center will “Go Red” at a health fair from 7:30-11 a.m. Feb. 2 at the hospital, 723 Memorial St.
The state insurance benefit exchange, Washington Healthplanfinder, has seen a 13 percent increase in enrollments, state officials said.
A research project will explore why children with autism spectrum disorder experience changes in their symptoms when taking antibiotics.
The federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is providing up to $325,000 in funding to programs in Washington state.
State Department of Health officials recently reinstated credentials for two Lower Yakima Valley providers.
Washington state receives nearly $600 million a year from the 1998 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement, yet it spends less than 1 percent on smoking prevention and cessation programs.
Researchers plan to find out
Washington State University will lead a study to understand the relationship between sleep and chronic pain.
The clinic is operated by NOVA Health
When one door closed for a Yakima doctor another opened here.