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.”
Girls nights for Vicki Burnham and her friends were special, and usually involved an outdoor bonfire. Vicki, who was at end of life and an inpatient at Pullman Regional Hospital, thought she wouldn’t be able to celebrate with her friends over a fire one last time. ICU nurses, Melodie and Brittney, heard this and took action.
Our very own Lenora Waelti, Physical Therapist at Summit Therapy, had the opportunity of a lifetime to volunteer at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in South Korea this past February.
“I’m fortunate that Pullman Regional Hospital provided this educational opportunity. If you think you don’t need further education, my friends and colleagues, you need it! For your patients, your co-workers, your families and most importantly, you!”