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Cascade Medical unveiled a series of new features this fall to create a better patient experience, from the time you call for an appointment, to the moment you park your car. Here's what you can expect for your next visit:

We look forward to caring for patients as scheduled during the power outage in downtown Leavenworth (10/25). We are running on backup power systems. Please visit chelanpud.org for news regarding the outage. If you have any questions regarding your care, please call us at 509-548-5815.

Early detection of breast cancer saves lives. Period. Now with 3D mammography at Cascade Medical, screenings offer an unprecedented level of detail for better diagnostic confidence and peace of mind.

Cascade Medical patients have a new option for parking, just in time for festival season. The parking lot at the corner of 9th and Commercial streets is now available exclusively for patients, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekdays.

Dr. Kevin Morris wants to help people in the Upper Valley stay on their feet. Under a new partnership with Cascade Medical, Dr. Morris will schedule appointments twice a month at the Family Practice Clinic to treat patients with a wide range of foot and ankle problems.

Back-to-school shots don't have to be a drag. The Gingerbread Factory is offering a free cookie to all students under 18 who receive an immunization at Cascade Medical in August!

Diane Blake has a soft spot for the underdog. As CEO of a rural, critical-access hospital, she’s often at the front lines of sweeping policy changes in healthcare, in Olympia as well as Washington D.C.

As part of a plan to create more patient parking, Cascade Medical broke ground on a series of parking improvements this month, starting with the paving of the gravel lot on Commercial Street.

Pat Songer's first big project at Cascade Medical is to get to know everyone, all 200-plus staff members. The close-knit relationships he finds at critical access hospitals is a big reason he applied for the Chief Operating Officer post at Cascade Medical.

It’s a typical Thursday at Cascade Medical, and Nursing Director DeAnna Griggs is charging ahead, cradling a folder and her coffee mug, to her next appointment - an infection control meeting about a new partnership with University of Washington.