COVID-19 Message From Tri-State

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. A MESSAGE TO OUR COMMUNITY As one of the leading healthcare providers in the Lewis-Clark Valley, it is our duty to continue and urge the community we care for to take the steps necessary to protect themselves, and each other, from the spread COVID-19. Together we are starting to learn what the “new normal” is going to look like, and we still have quite a ways to go before we are out on the other side. We know it can be overwhelming to continue to hear about COVID-19 and the effects that it is having both locally…

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Tri-State Memorial Hospital welcomes three new physicians this summer!

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. New Patient Form Call 509.769.2014 or fill our our new patient form.Tri-State Memorial Hospital will welcome three new physicians to their Family Practice locations in August and September. Two of the three physicians will join the Tri-State Family in August, while the third physician will begin in early September. Tri-State Memorial Hospital’s new physicians include Joel Woodruff, MD, Garrett Mockler, MD and Nolan Derr, MD.“Tri-State is committed to expanding access of primary care in our community,” said Joleen Carper, Chief of Clinic Services, at Tri-State Memorial Hospital. “We have seen the need, and we want the community…

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Tri-State Hospital Foundation Receives a Legacy Gift of $100,000 from A.Neil and Patricia DeAtley, River Canyon Trust

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. Tri-State Hospital Foundation has received a Legacy Gift of $100,000 from A.Neil and Patricia DeAtley, River Canyon Trust. The Planned Legacy Gift to the Tri-State Hospital Foundation will be used in accordance with their mission to support the programs and services of Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus.Planned Giving is also referred to as Gift Planning or Legacy Giving. With these gift types, donors establish a plan to contribute a major gift to an organization, beyond their lifetime, for the future. Non-Profit organizations are recipients of Planned Legacy Gifts under the guidelines of wills, trusts and other…

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Tri-State Family Practice: Ready to Serve

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. Tri-State Family Practice: Ready to ServeAll three of the Tri-State Family Practice Clinics are open and safe. Our primary care providers at Family Practice Clarkston, Family Practice Lewiston, and Clearwater Medical are ready to serve and care for patients of all ages. The clinics focus on health promotion, disease prevention, health maintenance, and diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses.Hospitals & Clinics are Safe.Our healthcare teams are following strict safety guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Washington State Hospital Association to continue to provide high quality healthcare to all of our…

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Richard’s Story
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Richard’s Story

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. http://www.tsh.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/TSMH-RICH-COPELAND-FULL.mp4Rich Copeland Sr. is a resident of the Lewis- Clark Valley. With his time in this area, he has seen the development of community healthcare. In 2017, Rich experienced a series of health complications that lead to his need to receive additional in-depth corrective care. He suffered two strokes in October of 2017 that resulted in a small amount of damage. During this endeavor, Rich developed a medical condition which formed a possibly cancerous mass in his abdomen. As the evaluation of his case progressed, he was uncertain if the condition was life-threatening. It was at that…

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Emergency Department: Ready to Serve

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. Tri-State Emergency Department: Ready to ServeDuring this time of uncertainty, Tri-State Emergency Department is a safe place for anyone needing emergent healthcare. Our patients should feel comfortable utilizing the emergency department. We are open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. We are prepared to provide treatment for any emergency you may have, including COVID-19. We understand the fears surrounding coming to the hospital. Please know that high quality, safe patient care is our top priority.What to ExpectAll staff members and providers complete daily self-screenings. Our employees will not come to work if they show any signs or…

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Tri-State Memorial Hospital: Ready to Serve

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. Tri-State Memorial Hospital: Ready to ServeA MESSAGE TO OUR PATIENTSA recent national survey by Public Opinion Strategies revealed that many Americans have concerns about re-engaging with the medical system. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, over half of Americans indicated that they, or someone in their household, have either delayed or skipped medical care. This included going to the Emergency Department.Tri-State Memorial Hospital is prepared to treat everyone who may have had their medical care disrupted during the pandemic. We encourage everyone in our community to make a promise to reach out to your doctor and…

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Thomas’ Story

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. Thomas Blimka was born at Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus and has spent his life living in the Lewis-Clark valley. As a child, Thomas had many close connections with admired pillars of the community, including his medical physician, Walter W. Seibly, MD, who graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1945. Whenever Thomas needed medical care, he would turn to those he trusted most. Recently, Thomas had an unfortunate encounter with some life-threatening health issues that left him needing the very best medical care possible. After his admittance to Tri-State Memorial Hospital, he would begin…

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Minor Care Center: Ready to Serve

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. Tri-State Minor Care Center: Ready to ServeWhen you need care quickly, but don’t need the emergency room, visit Tri-State Minor Care!Beginning Monday, June 1, Tri-State Minor Care will resume seeing all non-life threatening illnesses and injuries while also being the testing center for COVID-19. Tri-State Minor Care is open six days a week; no appointment necessary.Our Minor Care, as well as other facilities, are safe, operational, and prepared to handle all minor care issues that still need attention, in addition to COVID-19 cases. We strictly follow the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention protocols to ensure we…

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Do not wait to get the care you deserve

We are dedicated to providing information about combating COVID-19 and measures our hospital has taken. Do not wait to get the care you deserve.Even during a pandemic, your healthcare needs do not stop. There is no need to put your health on hold. Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus is ready to serve you through high-quality healthcare that you can trust.Maintaining your health is crucial. All of our clinics can accommodate telemedicine services. Do not hesitate to call your provider’s office to receive additional information about setting up an appointment so that you do not put your health on hold.How do I request a telemedicine appointment?You can request a telemedicine appointment through…

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