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Signing up for insurance on the Washington Health Benefits Exchange is a confusing process, now more than ever. Cascade Medical is offering free, in-person help for Upper Valley residents. Two bilingual insurance navigators – Lora Zamudio and Richard Vazquez – can help:

You can make a difference in Upper Valley medical care. Join Cascade Medical’s Part-time Resident Advisory Council meeting, 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 11, in the Arleen Blackburn Room.

 Cascade Medical is offering free breast cancer screenings for uninsured women in the Upper Valley, thanks to

Cascade Medical will save taxpayers more than $1 million by refinancing a series of bonds at a lower interest rate.

The emergency drill scheduled for 7 p.m. 9/19 (Tuesday) will be a tabletop training, not a full-scale hospital evacuation as previously announced. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Cascade Medical and Chelan County Fire District 3 decided to postpone the full-scale exercise to a later date.

Cascade Medical is excited to announce Kelly Boeing, PA-C, will join our team of primary care providers in August. Boeing specializes in family medicine, with expertise in nutrition and chronic disease management.

Cascade Medical and Cascade School District have teamed up

An abundance of trails are open for hiking season in the Upper Valley, inviting residents and visitors to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the area.

Neil McReynolds could hardly see after a serious eye infection left him stranded in Leavenworth, 125 miles from home one snowy December night.

We revamped our website to be more helpful, secure and easy-to-navigate. Some of the new features include: