Partners in Excellence
Our Center for Learning & Innovation partnered with Dr. Roland Chen’s engineering design class from WSU’s Mechanical and Materials Engineering program to design a wearable arm sleeve simulator and chest tube simulator.
Edward Mace, a musician living in Pullman, never thought he’d be playing the piano at Pullman Regional Hospital as a venue. It was a nice diversion, however, when he ended up being a patient for two weeks after his appendix burst.
Illana Williams wasn’t expecting to fly to Pullman in September, but when Kalyah, her daughter and a freshman on the WSU volleyball team, had to have emergency surgery on her leg, she booked her ticket right away.
“Everyone’s attitudes were just super and everyone was so helpful. The staff and anesthesiologists took the time to explain things to us.”
“The care at Pullman Regional all the way through to the helicopter flight and ultimately getting the pacemaker was outstanding. Even though the guy in the operating room at Sacred Heart had a Husky hat on,”
Beverly Wallin's Story
Beverly Wallin gives credit to her dog and Pullman Regional Hospital for “saving her life.”