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Organizations being considered for the grant will be contacted on Sept. 1 and must present a short presentation to guild members on Sept. 14.

PRH accepting grant applications

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter July 16, 2021

Pullman Regional Hospital’s Women’s Leadership Guild is now accepting applications for a $2,000 grant.  The application is open to regional non-profits concerned with women and children’s health...

People should drink plenty of water and eat iron rich foods before donating blood.

Science Explained: Why is donating blood important?

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief July 9, 2021

If you have ever donated blood, you may have wondered where it goes once it leaves your body. Blood makes a lot of stops before going to a recipient. First, it goes to a regional center where it is...

Passing the measure requires those who live in the Pullman School District to pay PRH’s yearly 0.3 percent tax.

PRH approves ballot measure expanding tax district


The Pullman Regional Hospital Taxing District Expansion ballot measure was approved, PRH announced Thursday. The measure, which will be voted on Nov. 2, creates a levy on property in the Pullman School...

WSU alumni Tom and Linda Nihoul donated to help fund a 5,000-square foot educational and clinical space for residents.

WSU alumni donate $250,000 to PRH

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief June 18, 2021

WSU alumni Tom and Linda Nihoul recently donated $250,000 to Pullman Regional Hospital to help fund the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program. PRH’s fundraising...

As of June 12, PRH will no longer be testing through its COVID-19 Testing and Triage Center, pictured here. Asymptomatic testing is still available for people who wish to be tested.

Pullman Regional Hospital changes options for asymptomatic COVID-19 testing

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief June 9, 2021

Pullman Regional Hospital is replacing its COVID-19 Triage and Testing Center with as-needed asymptomatic testing starting June 12. PRH has seen a steady decline in the need for symptomatic testing...

Megan Guido completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Idaho before moving to Seattle for a master’s degree in public administration.

Thirty-year Pullman resident will run for City Council seat

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief April 30, 2021

Pullman resident Megan Guido moved here from Brooklyn, New York in fifth grade. In the 30 years she has spent in Pullman, she never expected she would be living in the same house she grew up in. Guido...

The residency program will take over PRH’s administrative offices. About 5,000 square feet will be used to create 14 exam rooms, a waiting area, study area and faculty offices.

Pullman Regional Hospital awarded $450,000 for residency program

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2021

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust recently awarded Pullman Regional Hospital $450,000 for the clinical and education space for the proposed WSU Family Medicine Residency Program. Last year, PRH submitted...

Lewiston woman sustains life-threatening injuries in car crash near Pullman

Lewiston woman sustains life-threatening injuries in car crash near Pullman

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter April 12, 2021

A Lewiston woman was transported to a hospital in Spokane after sustaining life-threatening injuries around her neck and chest from a three-car collision that occurred 10 a.m. April 10, eight miles south...

Hailey Basaraba and Anna Engle, registered nurses at Pullman Regional Hospital, said one of the greatest struggles they have faced is keeping up with the changing protocols within the medical community. 

PRH nurses reflect on pandemic


The COVID-19 pandemic has made it a difficult year for everyone, but healthcare workers like those at Pullman Regional Hospital have endured extreme levels of stress. Now that the end is in sight, many...

Pullman Regional Hospital's family medicine residency program will be open to all medical school graduates wanting to complete their three-year residency in Pullman.

Hospital received $300,000 for residency program

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor March 16, 2021

Pullman Regional Hospital, in partnership with the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, received a $300,000 grant for renovations to house a proposed family medicine residency program. The Sunderland...

Palouse River Counseling provides crisis debriefs for first responders and gives feedback to Pullman Public Schools to help both teachers and students.

Palouse River Counseling shares COVID-19 mental health impacts

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter March 10, 2021

Mike Berney, Palouse River Counseling executive director, spoke to the Pullman Police Advisory Committee on March 8 about the mental health impacts of COVID-19. Washington is in the bottom third in...

“We're all susceptible to struggling,” Cunningham Chilton said. “This isn't something that should have stigma attached to it.” 

‘Bearing witness to other people’s suffering can take its toll’


Editor’s Note: This story is part of the news section’s Mental Health Series and contains themes of suicide and other mental health issues. If you need help, please contact the National Suicide...

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