Mar 24, 2020
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are taking extraordinary measures to keep our patients and community healthy and safe. As a result, we are experiencing significantly reduced revenue and a shortage of supplies.
Mar 23, 2020
On Sunday, March 22nd, the Whitman County Health Department reported the first positive case of Covid-19 in Whitman County. At the same time, WSU students, although in much smaller numbers, returned to Pullman. As the Chief Medical Officer at...
Mar 2, 2020
The immediate impact of traumatic experiences can be devastating. While “time heals” is a popular mantra, traumatic events stay with us and have a lasting effect on our well-being. It’s important for healthcare providers to recognize the presence of...
Mar 2, 2020
A good night’s sleep is vital for our overall health and quality of life. You know how you feel when you are not sleeping well… tired, irritable, even forgetful. If lack of sleep is becoming a chronic issue, it may be time to consider undergoing a...
Feb 18, 2020
Living with asthma can mean different things for different people. For some, the condition may represent an infrequent occurrence. For others, the coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath becomes a barrier to quality of life. At its worst, a...
Feb 12, 2020
Jeff Elbracht was elected president of the Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners in January. As an elected official, Jeff has served on the board since 2006. This is his first year as president.
Feb 10, 2020
With each passing day, news of the Coronavirus brings new concerns—and questions. Are you and your loved ones at risk? Why does it seem to be spreading so rapidly? Most of all, what can you do to protect yourself from becoming infected?
Feb 7, 2020
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), almost half of the adult population has experienced a headache at least once in the last year. The 2013 Global Burden of Disease Study reported that migraines are the sixth highest cause of years...
Feb 6, 2020
Winter is often marked as a “season of celebration.” But, the joy of the holidays isn’t always present, especially in the shorter, darker days. Many people suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, during the winter and early spring months.