Are you at risk for osteoporosis? Talk to your doctor about steps you can take, including testing for bone density.Learn more about bone densitometry services at WHMC
Family Birthing Center
Happy and healthy from the start! Whitman Hospital & Medical Center provides 1-on-1 nursing care throughout the entire labor and delivery process. Our highly skilled nurses take pride in caring for mom, baby and the entire familyLearn about our excellence in OB care
MRI services are now in-house allowing WHMC to offer the latest technology while enhancing patient comfort. Our MRI suite is specifically designed to minimize concerns such as claustrophobia and noise. Call us for more information at 509.397.3435 x. 330.Learn more about our MRI services
Whitman Hospital works with a variety of specialists to provide care close to home. Specialties include cardiology, ophthalmology, podiatry, urology and many more.Find a specialist today!
WHMC now offers 3D Mammography™ for breast cancer screening. 3D Mammography technology produces a 3 dimensional view of the breast tissue helping radiologists see all angles of the breast. This new technology significantly increases breast cancer detection while also reducing the number of false positives.Learn more about our 3D Mammography™
Sleep apnea: Skipping CPAP may lead to more hospital visits
A new study found that people who didn't follow their prescribed CPAP treatment were more likely to be readmitted to a hospital within 30 days for heart problems and other causes. Check out our tips for getting used to CPAP.
Tasty Tuesday by Ruth Heisler, CDM: Food for thought
How much do you know about sage? Plus a hearty recipe for Pork Saltimbocca.
Breast cancer: Radiation therapy not as bad as expected
Although many breast cancer patients are nervous about radiation treatment, a new study shows the experience tends to be better than they thought it would be.
Poison prevention: 6 places to start
Poison Prevention Week begins March 20 and is the perfect time to make sure you've poison-proofed your home.