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Three Rivers Hospital is a public, not-for-profit, critical access hospital in Brewster, WA. Our mission is to lead the innovation of safe and respectful patient care with a compassionate culture supported by our dedicated, professional health care team.

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Don’t forget to report your home tests!Thank you Okanogan community for notifying OCPH if you test positive for COVID-19 using a home test kit. It is important that OCPH is aware of all positive cases, and we appreciate the community effort to help us ensure accurate case counts.Now, you can easily notify OCPH of positive results from home kits using our online reporting form: okanogancountycovid19.org/home-test-for-covid/It's quick, easy, and HIPAA compliant! ... See MoreSee Less
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OCPH will post data updates each week on Wednesdays. Please be aware that these reports are not real-time and do not include every active case in the community on a given day. OCPH continues to work hard to verify and count every positive case that is reported to Public Health (from home tests, EMS testing sites, and clinics). We appreciate yourunderstanding that there will be a delay between when someone receives a positive test result and when the case appears in our data updates.Thank you, Okanogan community!-----Updated numbers are for Jan 19-25, 2022Past 7 Days: 662Past 14 Days: 925Total Positive: 6,910Incidence Rate: 2,145OCPH Verified Deaths: 78WA DOH Reported Deaths: 108Percent Vaccinated as of Jan 17th: 48%Locations of New Cases January 19-25th:Brewster - 102Carlton - 6Conconully - 1Coulee Dam - 24Elmer City - 14Loomis - 3Malott - 9Mazama - 1Methow - 1Nespelem - 22Okanogan - 47Omak - 135Oroville - 83Pateros - 24Riverside - 9Tonasket - 67Twisp - 62Wauconda - 3Winthrop - 48Please visit our website in English or Spanish:okanogancountycovid19.org/covid-19-data/spanish.okanogancountycovid19.org/datos-de-covid-19/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to Okanogan County Public Health for sharing this information! ... See MoreSee Less
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We're looking for a per diem Certified Nursing Assistant to join our stellar nursing team at TRH! To view the full job posting and download our application, visit us at threerivershospital.net/opportunity/.Position Summary: To assist in the daily care, personal needs, and treatment of each patient as an individual. Identifying their spiritual, social, recreational, and emotional needs.**Note: We will happily accept applications anytime for per diem nursing staff, even if no specific positions are posted. ... See MoreSee Less
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Cooperation with guidelines to prevent spread of COVID-19 also allows these large hospitals to accept other ill and injured patients from smaller hospitals like ours. Please continue doing your part to keep hospital beds open and available!King County hospitals are in the worst situation yet in the pandemic. COVID-19 hospitalizations increased 700% in the last month. As long as cases remain high, there will be even more serious impacts on access to lifesaving healthcare. Maybe even your own. You can make a difference. Here’s how:💉 Get vaccinated. Many COVID-19 patients in our hospitals are unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated. 💉💉 If you are vaccinated, get a booster. It’s the best protection against needing to be hospitalized from the omicron variant. 😷 Upgrade your mask. If available, use an N95, KN95, KF94 or surgical mask. Wear the most protective mask you can and make sure it fits well. 👭🏽 Avoid crowded indoor spaces. Gatherings will be safer in well-ventilated spaces. 🏥 Save the ER for emergencies. Do not go to the emergency room for treatment of mild illness or for COVID-19 testing. 👩🏽‍⚕️ Do not delay routine healthcare visits. Talk to your primary care provider about routine medical care to help avoid needing more advanced medical care in the future. We can't get through this without you. ... See MoreSee Less
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Jennifer Best

Business Development Coordinator

Jennifer Best joined Three Rivers Hospital in June 2014 as the Administrative Assistant. She filled that role for nearly five years before being promoted to Business Development Coordinator in March 2019. Jennifer has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies with a concentration in Print Journalism, and she worked for eight years as a journalist in North Central Washington before joining the Three Rivers Hospital team.

Jennifer works with the administration, providers, and staff at Three Rivers Hospital and Three Rivers Family Medicine to help educate hospital district residents about services, and she coordinates with other local healthcare and civic entities to further Three Rivers’ vision of being a trusted community partner.

Jennifer also serves as the organization’s Public Records Officer.

You can contact Jennifer at 509-645-3347, or at media@trhospital.net.