After forty six years as a nurse, KVH Chief Nursing Officer Vicky Machorro has decided that come Spring 2023, it’s time to stop setting an alarm clock…
Over 20 years ago, Jean helped launch GNP care in Kittitas County.
“I’d been working at Starbucks for 8 years and 3 months, and it was about 8 years and 3 months too long.” No disrespect intended to the international coffee giant. […]
He hails from a small town in rural Mexico, a place where opportunities are few and dreams limited.
For John and Devan Bartlett, the road to love – and to jobs with Kittitas Valley Healthcare – was paved in part by a speed bump caused by an errant dump truck driver.
When John and Anne Merrill-Steskal went looking for a place to call home, who could have guessed the answer lay at the end of a rainbow?
One minute, Brooks Murrell, a registration clerk at KVH Hospital’s front desk, is taking information from a patient. Then, Murrell flashes a smile. The patient often smiles back.
Kara Henderson was born and raised in Ellensburg but when she graduated from Ellensburg High in 2001, she was sure of two things: She wanted to get out of Ellensburg – and she wanted to become a nurse. She was right about one of them.
When she moved with her family to Roslyn in 1995, Rhonda Holden never counted on falling in love.