Central Washington Family Medicine Residency News

Wilderness Medicine Didactics Workshop

Wilderness Medicine Didactics Workshop

Dr. Ryan Moultray (faculty) and Kari Hoover (APC Clinic Provider) took the classroom outside for a Wilderness Medicine Workshop at the Big Pines campground in the Yakima River Canyon. Residents were taught some low resource medicine skills…

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Resident Highlight in the Yakima Herald

Resident Highlight in the Yakima Herald

Dr. Onel Martinez, a third year CWFMR resident, and PNWU student leader Karla Saenz Reyes were highlighted in the Yakima Herald Republic for an Opinion piece entitled A Call to Action on Climate Health and Equity on Saturday, October 9th.  Additionally, though Yakima...

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Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) at CWFMR

Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) at CWFMR

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) recognizes the public's need for a physician workforce capable of meeting the challenges of a rapidly evolving health care environment. The ACGME has responded to this need by implementing the CLER...

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2021 Faculty Retreat

This year our faculty was able to gather in person for their annual Faculty Retreat. It was held at Canyon River Ranch, a beautiful resort along the Yakima River. The day long event was attended by all residency faculty: Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, and...

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Ellensburg Residency Workroom Gets Some Upgrades!

Ellensburg Residency Workroom Gets Some Upgrades!

The Ellensburg Rural Residency workroom recently got some upgrades! This summer, we were able to add a new fridge, coffee maker, and couch to our workroom. These small changes have gone a long way in making our residency room a comfortable, inviting space for our...

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National Health Center Week: Patient Appreciation Day 2021

National Health Center Week: Patient Appreciation Day 2021

Today, we celebrate patients and community board members who keep health centers accountable and abreast of community needs. By law, Community Health Center boards must be comprised of at least 51% community members. Community board members are individuals who live in...

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