Get fit, have fun at Spring Fling in Franklin Park

Family-friendly event April 30 includes obstacle course, health information Spring is here, and it’s time to get your family outside and moving again! Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital will ensure your family is active at its Spring Fling into Fitness and Wellness event on Saturday, April 30. It’s a fun, family-friendly event intended to teach you Read more about Get fit, have fun at Spring Fling in Franklin Park[…]

Johnson Orchards and Yakima artists to raise funds for Children’s Village

On Saturday, August 29th local artists will set up shop among the trees at Johnson Orchards to raise money for Children’s Village. All donations and 20% of sales go to support programs and services for children with special healthcare needs in our community. Buy some art and support Children’s Village! When: Saturday, August 29, 2015, Read more about Johnson Orchards and Yakima artists to raise funds for Children’s Village[…]

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Transitions Program

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Transitions Program serves any adult in Yakima County with a life-limiting illness. A life-limiting illness is one with a limited prognosis or that presents new challenges, significantly impacting an individual or the family’s well-being. The program relies heavily on volunteers. Kathryn Holman, the program’s volunteer coordinator, visited KIT 1280 on Oct. Read more about Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Transitions Program[…]

Memorial’s “Can We Talk?” speaker series focuses on Medicare

(Yakima) – Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital wants to help you navigate Medicare. Memorial’s “Can We Talk?” speaker series this month features Rick MacDermid of Solomon Financial Group, who focuses on the 50 and older health and insurance marketplace. As open enrollment begins this month, learn pointers for navigating this complex but crucial program. The talk Read more about Memorial’s “Can We Talk?” speaker series focuses on Medicare[…]