During COVID-19, a great number of CHAS Health staff found both their workplaces and roles transformed.  With nonessential services suspended and many office visits converted to telephone or virtual visits,…

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Flu season is officially here! Over the next few months, many parents of ill children will be faced with the decision whether or not to send their child to school. The…

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Ginger Blake, ARNP

Presents have been unwrapped; cookies cooked and consumed, memories of joy on faces remain in your phone. But now that the festivities are over and it’s time to start taking…

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If you’ve seen an increased number of people walking and biking around town with their phones glued to their faces, there’s a strong chance they are searching for a Charmander,…

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  Helmets– Are highly recommended with all wheeled sports. You only have one head and need to protect that brain for many years to come. If you happen to get…

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  Who doesn’t love a good bike ride? Especially this time of year, the weather is beautiful in Eastern Washington. Instead of driving to work-using gas and being tied up…

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  Why would I go to Urgent Care? Urgent medical conditions are ones not considered emergencies but still require immediate care within 24 hours. Some examples might include: Accidents and…

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