We are opening a new clinic on Spokane’s South Hill on January 14th! This clinic will feature medical, behavioral health, pharmacy and so much more under one roof. Make an appointment today at 509.444.8200!
We are excited to announce an all-new feature at our Spokane Urgent Care locations: online check-in! Not only can you save your place in line, but also view wait times, all at the push of a button. We know your time is precious, instead of sitting in the waiting room; you can wait at home, run errands, or just get a cup of coffee while you are waiting for your turn in the cue. Does a time work better for you? You are in charge! Go to spokaneurgentcare.org, select which one of our convenient locations works best, and select the time you would like to come in!
Great care and convenience? Urgent care doesn’t get much better than this.
This week the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration announced quality improvement award funding for Community Health Centers. There are 1,300 health centers across the nation, and CHAS is one of just 57 health centers to be recognized as a “National Quality Leader”. National Quality Leaders are health centers that are the highest performers compared with national standards and benchmarks in key clinical areas. CHAS received the National Quality Leader award for exceeding national clinical benchmarks (Healthy People 2020 objectives and health center national averages) for chronic disease management, preventive care, and perinatal/prenatal care. This is a very prestigious national recognition! Additionally, CHAS was also recognized as a “Clinical Quality Improver” for demonstrating at least a 10 percent improvement in clinical quality measures between 2012 and 2013.
“This funding rewards health centers that have a proven track record in clinical quality improvement, which translates to better patient care, and it allows them to expand and improve their systems and infrastructure to bring the highest quality primary care services to the communities they serve,” said U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell.
“These funds reward and support those health centers that have taken steps to achieve the highest levels of clinical quality performance and improvement,” said Health Resources and Services Administration Administrator Mary K. Wakefield, Ph.D., R.N.
One of our core values is commitment to quality improvement, with that commitment, we are psyched to be on this list! Readthe U.S. Health and Human Services’ national press release here.