CBHA Blog

  • Welcome Manuel Jimenez, DDS

    CBHA welcomes Dr. Jimenez to its dedicated team of dental providers. Manuel Jimenez is returning to his roots, having been born in Othello, and raised in the Tri-Cities. After graduating from Pasco High School, he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology degree with minors in biochemistry and chemistry from Eastern Washington University. Dr. Jimenez worked as a substitute teacher for ...

  • Firestarter Spotlight - Edna Hymas

    Edna Hymas has worked full-time at CBHA for 13 years; she was a medical assistant when she started, then a medical assistant- phlebotomist and now she’s a medical assistant – certified. She has found her niche in the Walk-In Clinic. “I work there full time,” she said. “I love working with people. I know my patients and the providers they like to see. I do everything I ...

  • CBHA Offers 529 Plan

    If You Work For CBHA We Offer A 529 Plan? A 529 Plan is an education savings plan designed to help families set aside funds for future college costs and private K-12 tuition.

  • Focusing on the Mission

    Twenty six years ago Leo Gaeta was working long hours for the county counseling services where he frequently was on call. He remembers the situation not sitting well with his pregnant wife who wanted him home more. Leo had previously met CBHA’s Chief Executive Officer, Leah Layne, and she offered him a position as Program Coordinator with no on-call duties. He agreed to try the position for ...

  • Columbia Basin Explorations - Middleton Fall Festival

    Having community health clinics in Othello, Mattawa and Connell has allowed CBHA to explore these communities, and others nearby, and all that they have to offer such as the Middleton Fall Festival which is located about 25 miles south of Connell. The annual fall festival, in its 6th year, begins the last weekend in September and runs every weekend through October. The Middleton Family farms 3,000 ...

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