Cascade High School Senior Makena Ala’ilima-Daley carefully peeled off her latex gloves, both “infected” with a blue dye that represented contagious disease.
You can make a difference in Upper Valley healthcare! Join Cascade Medical’s Part-time Resident Advisory Council meeting, 10 a.m.
Learn how to live well with diabetes during a free, six-week series offered at Cascade Medical, March 7-April 11.
Falls are a major threat to the health and independence of older adults. Learn how to reduce the risk of falling by attending free workshop and strengthening class taught by Cascade Medical’s Rehab Services team.
Here's what to expect:
Cascade Medical Foundation is within $4,000 of purchasing new cancer screening equipment, thanks to a boost from the Community Foundation of North Central Washington.
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