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Skin cancer is one of the most curable diseases – if detected early. Spot check is not a total examination, but a screening of specifi c areas of concern where providers will check for suspicious spots called “lesions.” Registration is required for this event and early registration is suggested to reserve your space.To schedule an appointment, call (208) 666-3148.
The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma has verified Kootenai Health as a Level III Trauma Center. Every year, hundreds of injured patients seek care at Kootenai Health’s emergency department. Trauma center verification offers important reassurance that patients are receiving excellent care.
Kootenai Health along with the Inland Northwest Blood Center will host a blood drive this Friday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Kootenai Health. Register at INBCSaves.org, sponsor code: KootenaiHealth.
Kootenai Health announced plans to break ground on a $57 million, three-story expansion by late summer or early fall of 2014. It has been 30 years since Kootenai Health’s last major patient care facility expansion.