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Tag Archives: WSU Spokane

Annual Meeting Showcases Current and Future Growth of Medical Education

A record crowd of 1,100 members attended our Annual Meeting this week and heard from keynote speakers Lisa Brown, the Chancellor at WSU Spokane, and Paul Ramsey, the Dean of the UW School of Medicine, CEO of UW Medicine, and … Read more

The Importance of “Game Changers” in Spokane

Despite the phrase “Game Changer” being a tad cliché, it’s worth taking a look at when it’s been used to describe two local projects in Spokane. The phrase has been used for the past few years to describe the expansion … Read more

Our Thoughts: Washington Legislature, Health Care Reform, Spokane Arena Concerts and the Spokane Indians

Summer in Spokane is as beautiful as ever. That’s one thing on our minds, and here are some others: – We wrote about what the end of the legislative session in Olympia means for Spokane last week. Let’s note some … Read more

Spokane Civic Leaders Make Case for Expanded Graduate Medical Education

Tweet April 25, 2013 WASHINGTON D.C. – Spokane civic leaders presented the region’s case for expanded graduate medical education Thursday to elected officials’ staff members as part of Greater Spokane Incorporated’s annual “D.C. Fly-in.” With a new medical school at the … Read more

Growing Graduate Medical Education in Spokane

Tweet Last Friday, nine fourth-year medical students (above) at WSU Spokane found out where they would be starting their residencies. Six of those nine students began their medical education studies in Spokane in 2009. It was a momentous day, as … Read more

Resolving to Make 2013 Excellent

Tweet Many of us make them. Some of us keep them. And some of us can’t stand them. What are they? Christmas cards from relatives. Actually no, they’re resolutions, and just like many of you, we’re making a few as … Read more

An Update on Medical Education in Spokane

Tweet The windows on the Biomedical and Health Sciences Building at the Riverpoint Campus are almost all intact, allowing construction to continue into the cooler months ahead. Expanding medical education in Spokane has progressed a lot lately. Let’s review: Starting … Read more

Confessions of a Spokane High School Graduate and Aspiring Medical Professional

Tweet Brad Skalstad is an 18-year-old intern here at Greater Spokane Incorporated. He recently graduated high school in Spokane with the hopes of possibly entering the medical field after college. Once he began his internship, he soon learned Spokane has … Read more

Look Who Went to Washington

Tweet Another year, another advocacy trip to Washington D.C. is in the books. Our regional delegation met with government officials, elected officials, Air Force officials, presented a Key to the City to retiring Representative Norm Dicks, talked about tankers, transportation, … Read more

Back From Olympia

Tweet We are back from Olympia, and back from the winter storm. Despite Olympia getting a record snowfall (more than 14 inches!), more than 60 members of our delegation traveled to Olympia to meet with our regional representatives from the … Read more