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A reminder that effective tomorrow, April 1, Three Rivers Hospital will no longer provide OB/Labor & Delivery services.

Mid-Valley Hospital in Omak will be the central location for OB services in Okanogan County. This centralization will enable the limited number of OB providers to continue treating OB patients and delivering babies in the county, which Three Rivers strongly believes in and supports. As a result of this, Three Rivers has modified its OB policies for any emergency situations that may appear in our ER, but we are encouraging all patients to re-route their obstetric care to Mid-Valley Hospital or another facility that offers OB services.

This was a difficult and emotional decision for all involved. We wish to thank the physicians, midwives, nurses, and N-ACs who helped make our OB program so special. Until the end of 2019, Three Rivers was a Baby-Friendly USA designated facility -- the only one in eastern Washington -- and we met the Gold standard for the state Department of Health's Breastfeeding Friendly Washington program. Our team worked hard to meet those guidelines and provide the best care to newborns and parents.

We're grateful to all the patients who chose Three Rivers as their birthing center. Thank you for making us a part of your families' most joyous moments!

Despite the OB program ending and our need to temporarily cease other elective services as a result of COVID-19, Three Rivers Hospital and Three Rivers Family Medicine are still here for your urgent and emergent healthcare needs. We hope to resume normal operations soon, once the crisis has passed. Thank you all for your support!

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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. Jennifer has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies with a concentration in Print Journalism, and she worked for eight years as a reporter/photographer 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 our services, and she coordinates with other local healthcare and civic entities to further Three Rivers’ vision of being a trusted community partner. You can contact Jennifer at 509-645-3346, or at media@trhospital.net.