Healthy Community

CURRENT ISSUE | Fall 2017

From pharmacy student intern to full-time pharmacist
As an intern, Sal Camargo's determination, knowledge and willingness to learn made an impression on others. “I instantly liked it,” Sal says. “I decided it was the right place for me within the first week. It was like a gut instinct. I liked the hospital. I liked the community. I felt like I fit into the pharmacy team.”

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Also in this edition:

  • A plan for the future
  • Sepsis and Stroke Care awards
  • New providers & services
HEALTH CURRENTS | Spring 2017
  • A teaching hospital?
  • Community education
  • Medical student training
  • Financial assistance
  • New provider recruitment
HEALTH CURRENTS | Winter 2017
  • A plan for the new year
  • Patient story
  • Bob Crowe appointed to KVH Board
  • What is a hospitalist?
  • Meet our newest providers
HEALTH CURRENTS | Fall 2016
  • Leadership changes at KVH
  • KVH earns top 50 award
  • Nurse becomes patient with KVH Virtual Care
  • Provider blog: Gratitude and the Yin of Medicine
  • Long-time healthcare providers retire
HEALTH CURRENTS | Summer 2016
  • Rebuilding in our community
  • Safe grilling tips
  • Eating healthy on vacation
  • Employee story
  • KVH Virtual Care opens
HEALTH CURRENTS | Spring 2016
  • Welcoming new commissioners
  • Health in the new year
  • Emergency patient story
  • What is a public hospital district?
HEALTH CURRENTS | Winter 2015
  • Employee story
  • KVH among top critical access hospitals
  • Preventative care: easy on your wallet
  • Health insurance lingo explained
  • Welcoming new providers
HEALTH CURRENTS | Fall 2015
  • Family medicine patient story
  • Dr. Larson selected for rural healthcare award
  • Talking with your provider
  • The Affordable Care Act
  • Your healthcare team
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Healthy Community is a quarterly newsletter published by KVH and distributed to all residents in Kittitas County.