Dr. James and Mrs. Linda Zingerman on KUSA discussing their participation in the relief efforts in Haiti. Dr. Zingerman is a family medicine physician at Selah Family Medicine and Linda is a nurse in infusion care at Memorial. They returned about 2 weeks ago and can talk first hand about what it’s like on the Read more about Yakima Haiti Relief Efforts[…]
Dr. Justin Robinson from Yakima Vascular Associates on KIT. Click the start button on the player to listen to the interview.
Yakima Herald Republic, Saturday, February 6th Lifesaving know-how. Hundreds attend CPR Blitz to learn how to respond to heart attack http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/02/06/2-7-10-cpr
KNDO, Saturday, February 6th Yakima receives much-needed CPR training Nearly 1000 turn out for the Community CPR Training Event.
Yakima Herald Republic, Saturday, February 6th Memorial’s Cardiac Rehab helps women get a new lease on life. http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/02/06/heart-of-the-matter
Carpenter on mend after brain tumor removed Dale Carpenter, whose volunteer work has raised abundant support for local charities over the years, remained hospitalized Tuesday at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital, though he was moved out of the intensive-care unit. http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/02/02/carpenter-on-mend-after-brain-tumor-removed
Basic Health Plan In Danger Yakima County has the highest number of people on the state’s Basic Health Plan, and the program could be wiped away within the next few months. http://www.kapptv.com/news/?story_id=17627&view=text Basic Health Plan cuts would hit hard locally 8,389 people in Yakima County face the prospect of losing coverage under Basic Health, the Read more about Basic Health Plan In Danger[…]
State Cuts Could Leave Thousands In the Valley Without Health Insurance Thousands in the valley go without health insurance. And thousands more may have to. When they do, you may pick up the difference. The families with insurance will pay for those without. Action News shows you how in tonight’s big story. http://www.kimatv.com/news/local/83407512.html
February is American Heart Month YAKIMA WA: In support of American Heart Month, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is hosting a series of educational programs and events on Thursday evenings throughout the month of February to the educate individuals on how to fight America’s No. 1 killer, cardiovascular disease. Take this opportunity to talk to medical Read more about Feburary is American Heart Month[…]