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.
New Year's Baby!
Pullman Regional Hospital welcomed a New Year’s Day baby to ring in 2019 on a celebratory note. Kathy & Matt Foss welcomed their baby girl, Anna Grace, at BirthPlace on January 1 at 6:42 a.m.
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.
“We loved how well BirthPlace worked with our primary care doctor Dr. (Kim) Guida." It was when Nicole’s 3 week old son, Judah, spiked a 101 F. fever in the middle of the night that the couple turned to BirthPlace again for medical care.
“Everyone’s attitudes were just super and everyone was so helpful. The staff and anesthesiologists took the time to explain things to us.”
A caring, responsive and non-judgmental experience. That’s what Justina Blackburn, breast cancer survivor, said about her healthcare experience at Pullman Regional Hospital’s Imaging Services.