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Being certified as a Level I facility means the hospital has the capabilities to practice the highest standard of veterinary medicine in an emergency and critical care setting.

WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital certified as Level I facility

KIARA DOYAL April 28, 2021

As of March 31, the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital is officially certified as a Level I facility by the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, making the hospital the only Level I facility in...

Whitcom celebrated its 25th anniversary last week. Executive director Wendy Berrett said Whitcom has 13 full-time dispatchers, two part-time dispatchers and two more are in training.

‘Dispatchers are the first of the first responders’

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2021

Emergency dispatchers are trained to operate six computers, four speakers, one headset and handle multiple callers all at once. Last year, Whitman County Regional Communications Center 911 answered over...

Mayor Glenn Johnson said the Whitman County Health Department, Whitman County commissioners, and mayors of each city within Whitman County are backing the application for transitioning Whitman County to Phase 2.

Orientation, summer classes move online

AMAAN RAHMAN April 17, 2020

WSU administrators have decided to move the first few orientation sessions online due to the COVID-19 pandemic during a teleconference on Thursday. Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson said he is working with...

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