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Register to Vote

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Reminder: Register to Vote in Washington   To register to vote in Washington you must: Be a U.S. citizen Be 18 years old by the day of the next election Be a resident of Washington State Not be disqualified from voting due to a court order Not be under Department of Corrections supervision for a … Read More

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Cure for the Common Cold?

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

By Cathy Hall – Marketing and Development Coordinator, Community Health Care No, not exactly, but according to a published study led by Dr. James Lenhart of Community Health Care in Pierce County, WA, cold frequency and duration can be shortened considerably. The common cold is categorized as an upper respiratory tract infection with symptoms including runny … Read More

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End of Year Gifting – Is it a Different Game this year?

Monday, November 19, 2018

by Rick Oldenburg, CAP® The question asked a lot this year is: “Will the new tax law hurt me in my deductions to charity?” To respond, one must know several things: 1) Did your Itemized deductions beat the Standard Deduction in past years? 2) Why do you give to charity in the first place? The … Read More

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Community Health Care launches Pharmacy Residency

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

by Josh Krebsbach The road to a better healthcare system starts with having well-trained providers. This requires ensuring that healthcare professionals know how to provide great care and that they understand how to reduce barriers and provide compassionate service. The community doesn’t need to wait for a better future; Community Health Care is working toward … Read More


CHC Launches new Endowment

Friday, September 14, 2018

Community Health Care Launches the Kimi & George Tanbara, MD Endowment Fund for Patient Care – September 2018 – by Rick Oldenburg, CAP Dr. George Tanbara and his wife Kimi were remarkably loving and generous individuals. Their concern for community, and willingness to support healthcare for the poorer members of our society, is legendary. Dr. … Read More

Relay for Life

Monday, June 18, 2018

Our Community Health Care team participated in the Relay for Life event on Friday, June 15th and Saturday, June 16th  at Franklin Pierce High School. Community Health Care staff engage in Relay for Life each year. Our team has cancer survivors, friends, and those touched by the need to support the work being done by countless institutions to … Read More