Events for February 9 – 15 Mon Feb 10 1:00 pm Diabetes Prevention Alumni Group Memorial’s Education Center 2506 West Nob Hill Blvd. Yakima Ends @ 2:00 Group meets the 2nd Monday of every month to discuss a variety of health topics. No registration necessary except for the grocery store tour. Please call to register. Read more about Classes and Events This Week[…]
Registered Nurse (RN) – Telemetry / ICU jobs in Yakima Virginia Mason Memorial’s Critical Care Unit includes 20 beds in Telemetry and 11 Beds in ICU. RNs without ICU experience begin in Telemetry and train to ICU as needed and interested; ICU-trained RNs work in both units. The Critical Care Unit (CCU) is committed to Read more about Yakima Jobs – Registered Nurse (RN) – Telemetry / ICU[…]
Registered Nurse (RN) – Emergency Department Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred The Emergency Department (ED) at Virginia Mason Memorial averages 245 daily visits making it one of the busiest in Washington State. We see this volume of patients in a department with 24 beds in the main ED and 9 beds in our ED Annex. What we Read more about Yakima Jobs: Registered Nurse (RN) – Emergency Department[…]
The Emergency Department Technician (ED Tech) will participate in patient care under direct supervision of a Registered Nurse. This may include patient transport, hygiene and comfort measures, and simple phlebotomy procedures. The ED Tech is responsible for the secretarial duties necessary for the smooth functioning of the nursing unit. Learn more »
Memorial’s Infusion Care Enteral Services team provides nutrition services, consultations and personalized feeding plans to home tube feeding patients of the Yakima Valley and surrounding areas. Contact Information: Infusion Care Enteral Fax (509)249-5265 Ordering Supplies To order Supplies call – (509)575-1174 Option #1 or e-mail JoleneSafford@yvmh.org Physician Referrals For physicians or health professionals who would Read more about Enteral Feeding Services in Yakima[…]
We continue to be grateful for the support the employees at John I. Haas show toward more than 6,000 kids and their families who utilize programs and services at Children’s Village each year. The impact? Miraculous. Thank you!
My son was having a rough time at school. We were looking for resources to help, and heard about a group at Children’s Village to help parents and children. During our first visit to Children’s Village we found out about early education and different programs to help our son. The parent support group Holland has Read more about Mihaela Petrea Mother to Radu Leon[…]
Children’s Village hosted a first Trunk-or-Treat on Halloween for children with special needs and their families! Over 200 witches, firemen, princesses, unicorns, super heroes and many other characters enjoyed visiting trunks, playing games and decorating pumpkins. Many thanks to our amazing parent volunteers, Walgreens, GESA Credit Union, Tree Top, Selah High School Sign Language class Read more about Halloween at the Village[…]
My favorite thing about Children’s Village is getting the support to help my son get better. Holland, Children’s Village’s support group for families learning about a new diagnosis for their child, has helped me as a parent by giving me great support. Children’s Village is a great place. Everyone is awesome.
Holland, a support group for families who have received a new diagnosis for their child, has helped me by making me more confident in finding the right support for my child. Holland has helped me build a lot of friendships that help me to take care of myself with the bond we have made. If Read more about Danielle Woodcock Mother to Aubrey Woodcock[…]