News Articles & Interviews
“Patients enduring prolonged hospital stays awaiting transfer” – Methow Valley News, February 1, 2023
“No lead changes emerge from primary’s second unofficial count” – Quad City Herald, August 15, 2022
“Brewster hospital seeks tax for its emergency department” – Wenatchee World, July 20, 2022
“Three Rivers adds antigen tests” – Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle, March 2, 2022
“Rural Eastern Washington hospitals say no big losses in staffing post-vaccine mandate” – MYNorthwest, October 23, 2021
“Okanogan County hospitals stretched ‘to the limit'” – Wenatchee World, September 10, 2021
“Brewster hospital levy heading toward approval” – Wenatchee World, August 3, 2021
“Three Rivers gets tissue donation award” – Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle, May 26, 2021
“Three Rivers adds 3D imaging” – Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle, October 5, 2020
“COVID-19 puts hospitals on brink of financial collapse” – Wenatchee World, April 19, 2020
“Three Rivers Hospital celebrates last first baby” – Quad City Herald, January 8, 2020
“Opinion: We will miss OB at Three Rivers Hospital” – Methow Valley News, November 27, 2019
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