His father was a pulmonologist; his mother a nurse. But growing up in a small town in Colorado, Jim Repsher, a certificated physician assistant at KVH Orthopedics, never planned a career in healthcare.
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY: When Stephanie’s knee pain threatened to disrupt her step and her lifestyle, she knew she had to do something.
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE: “I knew there was no way I could drive by. It would have haunted me if I could have helped and didn’t.”
When her husband Bob died in a motorcycle accident sixteen years ago, Connie Dunnington understood that life as she knew it had changed.
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY: When terrible hip pain meant his young daughter had to help her dad pull on his socks, Bryce finally sought help.
From pizza and steak to homemade brownies, Jerry Grebb has an appetite for the good things in life.
Jim and Pam Daly know a good investment when they see one.
For the Wenz family, the reassurance of having the Urgent Care close by is priceless.
From minor injuries to the most painful day of his life, retired Central Washington University administrator and professor Jim Pappas has relied on KVH Hospital for quality care and outstanding compassion.
EMERGENCY CARE: After Mike’s crushing accident, “I was on my hands and knees. It was the only way I could breathe.”