YouthWorks In Action

As the months grow colder, the hearts of those serving in the valley continue to spread warmth. YouthWorks at Memorial remains one of the core organizations of youth led service in the valley. One of the projects that the council members take on every year is a canned food drive. This year, members delivered boxes Read more about YouthWorks In Action[…]

Gastroenterology Physician Jobs in Yakima

Job Details: Physician- Gastroenterology Yakima Gastroenterology Associates is a dynamic, full service gastroenterology practice comprised of 8 gastroenterologists and 3 midlevel providers. Our beautiful 21,000sqft gastroenterology clinic is equipped with state of the art equipment and has an attached free-standing endoscopy center which is capable of doing 45 endoscopies per day. Over 11,000 procedures are completed annually Read more about Gastroenterology Physician Jobs in Yakima[…]

Dr. Gabriel Lascar talks about Cornerstone’s new clinic.

Memorial Cornerstone Medicine has been treating Yakima Valley patients for more than 30 years and has a rich history of serving this community. Cornerstone is excited to be located at a new clinic, designed to better serve patients. Dr. Gabriel Lascar appeared on KIT 1280 on Dec. 16, 2014, to talk more about the new Read more about Dr. Gabriel Lascar talks about Cornerstone’s new clinic.[…]

Dutch Bros. Coffee of Yakima donates $1,723 .85 to Children's Village

On Friday we had the pleasure of meeting Chris Hodge, Regional Manager of Dutch Bros. who presented Children’s Village with a check for $1,723.85! These funds were raised on December 5th during Dutch Bros. annual “Buck for Kids Day.” For ever drink sold, they donated $1 to Children’s Village.   Thank you Dutch Bros. Coffee Read more about Dutch Bros. Coffee of Yakima donates $1,723 .85 to Children's Village[…]

Dutch Bros. Coffee of Yakima donates $1,723.85 to Children’s Village

On Friday we had the pleasure of meeting Chris Hodge, Regional Manager of Dutch Bros. who presented Children’s Village with a check for $1,723.85! These funds were raised on December 5th during Dutch Bros. annual “Buck for Kids Day.” For ever drink sold, they donated $1 to Children’s Village.   Thank you Dutch Bros. Coffee Read more about Dutch Bros. Coffee of Yakima donates $1,723.85 to Children’s Village[…]

Hospice appreciated

Hospice appreciated – From the Yakima Herald Elna Iseminger To the editor — My husband recently passed away from Alzheimer’s disease. In September, he was referred to Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Hospice team. I had no idea what to expect. Everyone was compassionate and worked hard to keep my husband comfortable in his final weeks Read more about Hospice appreciated[…]

9 out of 10 heavy drinkers don’t have alcoholism, says CDC

Dec. 15, 2014—Is drinking alcohol a health concern even among those who don’t experience alcoholism? Many people who engage in excessive drinking are not actually dependent on alcohol, suggests a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Despite not displaying signs and symptoms of alcoholism, these adults can still experience many Read more about 9 out of 10 heavy drinkers don’t have alcoholism, says CDC[…]

Coping with grief at the holidays

The holidays are coming around, and while they are a time of joy and celebration for many, they can be especially difficult for anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one. There are some steps a grieving person can take to make the burden a little easier. Memorial Chaplain Laurie Oswalt and Julie Read more about Coping with grief at the holidays[…]

Signs point to fierce flu season, experts say

Dec. 11, 2014—The 2014–15 flu season is just getting underway, and experts say it could be more severe than usual. That makes vaccinations and other flu-fighting measures particularly important this year. “We continue to recommend flu vaccine as the single best way to protect yourself against the flu,” said Tom Frieden, MD, director of the Read more about Signs point to fierce flu season, experts say[…]