Cascade Medical’s new emergency department physician, Dr. Roselynn Gentles, arrived last month with her own assistant – a 4-year-old German Sheppard named Dear Abby.
The Hilfreiche Hausfrauen Club sold dozens of hats, sweaters and baby goods to help make patients more comfortable when they need a blood transfusion.
The charitable crafting group bought a blood warmer for Cascade Medical Center’s emergency department in June. The blood warmer is designed to quickly and safely bring fluids to body temperature before they reach the patient.
Summer has arrived with soaring temperatures and fast-moving currents on our local rivers. As part of the Cascade Cares community health calendar, we're urging families to be extra careful this month around the water.
It's not easy to find a primary care provider you can talk to, trust and depend on when you need them most. At Cascade Medical's family practice clinic, that's the kind of care patients find, according to a statewide patient experience survey.
May is Women's Health Month. What have you done to take care of yourself lately?
MEDEX Northwest honored Lucca Criminale, PA-C, with the Future of MEDEX Award. The award recognizes select MEDEX graduates, instructors and preceptors who have demonstrated potential to make significant contributions to MEDEX, the University of Washington’s physician assistant training program.
Cascade Medical is now accepting the Molina Marketplace insurance plan after several months of contract negotiations.
“We pursued this contract with Molina in the best interest of our patients,” said Jim Hopkins, Chief Financial Officer at Cascade Medical. “Whenever there is an opportunity to become more accessible for people in the community and lower their out-of-pocket costs, we’re going to do that.”
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. At Cascade Medical, we’re helping Parkinson’s patients make incredible gains through the LSVT BIG program.
A group of crafty women who sell handmade gifts at Cascade Medical bought a cutting-edge filtering system for the hydrotherapy pool earlier this month. The new system uses UV light technology to clean and sanitize the water with fewer chemicals and less maintenance.
Remember when the average home cost $23,000 or less? When a postage stamp was 5 cents? When Reagan ran for president?
It may be time for a colonoscopy.
February is dedicated to matters of the heart – in love and in health. This month, Cascade Cares is dedicated to helping you stay heart healthy, for yourself and your loved ones.
It’s time to get covered. The final deadline to enroll in an insurance plan through the Washington Health Benefit Exchange is Jan. 31. If you choose not to buy health insurance this year, you may need to pay a fine on your taxes of $695 or more.
At Cascade Medical, we can help.
Start 2016 with a daily practice of choosing nutritious, fulfilling foods to eat. As part of our Cascade Cares wellness calendar, we've compiled a list of helpful, practical tips to help you reboot your eating habits:
Each spring our team holds a lecture series for paramedics throughout the Pacific Northwest. Providing 24 hours of continuing education credit, this three-day event promises an array of informative topics for both new and experienced paramedics.