CHAS Health will be hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics Monday, March 15th and Tuesday, March 16th for members of our community via online scheduling. People who qualify for COVID-19 vaccines under current guidelines are those in Phases 1A and 1B in Washington state, including pre-K-12 educators, school district employees, and licensed child care workers.
Please use the Phase Finder to confirm eligibility for a vaccine before scheduling an appointment. Phase Finder results will be confirmed before you can get vaccinated; school employees should bring their work identification with them. Once you have confirmed you are eligible for a vaccine at this time, visit https://chas.org/21232 to schedule your appointment.

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During the pandemic, we have received a heartening number of donations of individually wrapped food for employees serving in our clinics and tents, face masks for staff and patients, and…

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One of the challenges of being a Call Center Representative at a healthcare organization, even when it isn’t a crisis, is that you often don’t get to circle back with…

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When businesses had to close their doors due to COVID-19, people lost their jobs and wages. In health care, we see the impact job loss has on patients who suddenly…

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Proper Sanitation Techniques

Proper and safe sanitation is necessary for health. There are many ways to keep the surfaces and items you utilize on a daily basis sanitized. From cleaning and disinfecting, laundering,…

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CHAS Health is dedicated to the health and wellness of the communities we serve. Recent global events have raised questions about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how to stay healthy. Below are answers to frequently asked questions. If you still have concerns for your health related to the coronavirus, please call us for more information at 509.444.8200 or 208.848.8300.

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