The Daily Record – Vaccines important for the health of a community

Taken from the Daily Record news article “Vaccines important for the health of a community” By Jie Casey Kittitas County is a vibrant and diverse collection of folks who share a common bond. That bond is being part of a community that, despite our different backgrounds, is united in the goal of maintaining both the beauty of our valley and the wellbeing of our neighbors. Additionally, the doctors and advanced practice clinicians of...

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April Newsletter 2018

April Newsletter 2018

This past month we matched our 26th class.  What a change over the years.  Some of you around the corporation were not yet conceived when we found out about our first class.  And that first class interviewed in a building (216 N 40th Ave) that had a black tarpaulin ceiling for part of the interview season. Once upon a time we had colder winters with more snow. Our interview season did not involve construction or plastic ceilings, or much snow. ...

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Daily Record – The well woman exam By Dr. Sheri Finn

Daily Record – The well woman exam  By Dr. Sheri Finn

Taken from the Daily Record news article “The well woman exam” By Dr. Sheri Finn I recently had the pleasure of rotating with an Obstetrician/Gynecologist in our community and found myself performing several back-to-back well woman exams. This was a great opportunity for me to perfect my exam with the repetition and it was a lot of fun. Unlike the usual 15 minute time allotment for a focused problem in clinic, these exams were...

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Newsletter February 2018

Newsletter February 2018

Little old Yakima.  It’s nice to live in a quiet city, a bit off the beaten path.  But when we peek under the surface there is much going on. You’d think research would be at a university or college, but research that affects patients’ lives is going on and has been done in our clinics.  Much of this work is slow and takes years to impact practice.  Unlike university based research, our research work almost always has a direct impact on the...

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Newsletter January 2018

Newsletter January 2018

CHCW’s mission of service and education has been a staple from the organization’s inception.  From running a FM residency for 25 years, to welcoming students from a number of medical disciplines, CHCW continues to supply the Yakima community, Washington State, and the nation with the future of primary care. Two years ago this winter, Drs. Maples and Maier and I set out on a journey to bring another formal training program to CHCW: a psychology...

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