JOB ALERT: CHAS Clinics Bringing More Jobs To Our Area - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

JOB ALERT: CHAS Clinics Bringing More Jobs To Our Area

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: On Nov. 15th the Community Health Association of Spokane's Valley Clinic will begin seeing patients at 8:00 am at a new and improved state of the art clinic in Spokane Valley. The new clinic will be located at 924 South Pines.  

This new clinic will house the same services as the current clinic, including the largest HIV/AIDS care center in Spokane, serving people from Montana, Idaho and Washington; primary care services, pharmacy, obstetrics and much more.

In December 2010, the CHAS Northeast Clinic will also move to a new location at 5921 North Market Street in Spokane.

This new clinic will double the size of the current Northeast Clinic and will have a new on-site pharmacy which will allow CHAS so expand its services to the more than 5,000 patients in the Hillyard community who already come to CHAS for their healthcare needs.   

With this new pharmacy and larger clinic, CHAS will add jobs to the Spokane economy and provide expanded services to the community. To see job openings at CHAS in Spokane County and the Lewis-Clark Valley log on to http://www.chas.org/careers.

The mission of CHAS is to improve the overall health of the communities we serve by expanding access to quality health and wellness services.

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