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Dr. RS Bunch - A Letter to Patients

I would like to thank you for allowing me to participate in your medical care at Columbia Basin Health Association. I have enjoyed my time working for this clinic and attending to your medical needs, but at this time, CBHA and I have ...

CBHA Announces New CEO Nieves Gomez

CBHA (Columbia Basin Health Association) announced today that its Board of Directors has chosen Nieves Gomez as the organization’s next President and Chief Executive Officer. Gomez will succeed Greg Brandenburg, the current President ...

CBHA Anuncia su OEP (Oficial Ejecutivo Principal) Nuevo - Nieves Gómez

OTHELLO – CBHA anunció que su junta de directores ha elegido a Nieves Gómez como el próximo presidente y oficial ejecutivo principal de la organización. Gomez preside a Greg Brandenburg, el actual ...

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Quick Guideline Women: Get Pap tests every three years starting at 21-years-old Women: Get HPV tests after 30-years-old; check with doctor about frequency Children: Vaccinate against HPV starting at 12-years-old Poster overview of ...

Wash Hands Often to Stay Well!

Whoever thought we’d need a “National Handwashing Awareness Week” to draw attention to the fact that washing our hands is really important! “It’s actually one of the most important things we can do to help us ...

Thanksgiving Basket Tradition Continues at CBHA

Thanksgiving arrives a little earlier this year than usual – Thursday, November 23, 2017. CBHA starts our food drive with a $5,000 cash donation. We then ask our staff (Team CBHA) to continue the goodwill by providing a monetary or ...

Your Fully Integrated Healthcare Campus

CBHA (Columbia Basin Health Association) opened for business at its new 78,000 sq. ft. facility in Othello, Washington, on October 23rd, consolidating a breadth of clinical services from across multiple locations to better serve area ...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “Breast cancer awareness is an issue we raise with our patients on a regular basis,” Dr. Monique Small, obstetrician/gynecologist at CBHA, said. “However, national attention ...

Flu Shots Now Available

Fall is officially here with shorter days, cooler temperatures and falling leaves. Unfortunately, it also signals the rapidly approaching arrival of the flu season. Influenza is a serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and ...

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Most of us are pretty comfortable talking about what ails us. We discuss our cancer, diabetes, heart conditions and a variety of other illnesses with friends and relatives. But, for some reason, we often don’t mention what troubles us ...

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