What's New at KVH 

KVH Enhances Telemedicine Capabilities for Stroke Consultations

Beginning this month, telemedicine consultations for patients with symptoms of stroke may include a video consultation. Visual examinations are extremely important when considering a stroke diagnosis. Click here to learn more. 

KVH Formalizes Preparation for Ebola Virus Disease

Though the risk of a patient being diagnosed with Ebola in Kittitas County is very low, KVH has begun formalizing its preparation for the disease. Click here for more. 

KVH Hospital Recognized at Annual Critical Access Hospital Conference

KVH Hospital was recognized as a Top 20 critical access hospital nationwide at the National Rural Healthcare Association annual conference. Click here for more. 

Share Your Story for Upcoming KVH Hospital Anniversary

Kittitas Valley Healthcare is seeking story ideas as it prepares for the 50th anniversary of KVH Hospital. For more information, click here. 

Free Ski Information Session Set for October 29

Skiers and snowboarders looking to prepare for the upcoming ski season are invited to attend. The session will cover proper fitting of equipment and tips on stretching, strengthening and injury prevention. Click here for more. 

KVH Hospital Introduces Patient Portal

Inpatients, observation patients, and most surgical outaptients are now able to access a summary of their care online.  View the press release or sign up or sign in. 

KVH Hospital Again Named in Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals Nationwide

There are approximately 1300 critical access hospitals in the nation - and KVH Hospital has been named in the Top 20. For more information click here. 

KVH Announces New Brand Identity

A new name for the organization, the hospital, and each of the clinics and specialty services that are part of Kittitas Valley Healthcare.  To learn more about the new KVH brand identity, click here.