Pink ribbon classic golf tournament donates $5,225

Fifty-two golfers showed up for the Pink Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament held on Sunday, Oct. 16 to support the fight against cancer and to have a good time. The Tournament has been active for years, but several years ago the focus changed from the proceeds going to a national organization to keeping the funds local.

The Lake Chelan Golf Course and the Soroptimist Club organized the Pink Ribbon Classic which takes place the day after the Chelan Chase, both events supporting the Mammography Department at the Lake Chelan Community Hospital, to help ensure that women who who are uninsured or under-insured can get a mammogram. Read more

LCCHC Board votes to approve 2017 budget

The Lake Chelan Community Hospital & Clinics Board of Commissioners voted to approve the 2017 budget at their Oct. 25, 2016 meeting. Budgeted operating revenue is $26,961,947 and net income is $566,850.  The capital budget is $450,000 and includes a new anesthesia machine, hematology instrument and replacement beds.  Click here for more detailed information.

 

Nurses at the Lake Chelan Community Hospital (LCCH) were recently honored for their professional accomplishments

Vernita Nolan received the Excellence in Health Care or Nursing Advocacy award from the Northwest Organization of Nurse Executives. This award was created in 2009 to recognize nurse leaders who make a significant impact.

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Hospital and clinic launch updated website

Learning more about local health care just go easier at LakeChelanHospital.com. The new site, designed for visitors to quickly find the information they need, is also easy to access via tablet or phone.

The Lake Chelan Community Hospital & Clinics’ updated website provides community members a quick and easy way answer questions about local medical services.

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Introducing new paramedic and hospital chef / manager of nutritional services

To new team members have joined Lake Chelan Community Hospital & Clinics. Paramedic Chris Fezer and chef Kurt Rummell put patients and community first in their new jobs.

New paramedic says it’s all about the patients Paramedic Chris Fezer recently joined the emergency medical team at Lake Chelan Community Hospital & Clinics (LCCHC). Experienced in both emergency medicine and firefighting, Chris grew up in Wenatchee, served four years in the Air Force and worked for Lifeline Ambulance in the Omak and Okanogan area.

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