Gathering physical evidence of sexual assault or abuse in the ER takes specialized training.
The WSU College of Nursing and the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine will hold their third Healthy People + Healthy Pets clinic on Feb. 22 in Spokane.
The clinic offers free immunizations, health screenings and simple treatments for homeless and low-income people and their pets, thanks to students, faculty, and the support of organizations like the MultiCare Community Partnership Fund and the Denice Murphy Community Nursing Endowment.
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Location: WSU Veterinary Specialty Teaching Clinic, 218 E. Spokane Falls Boulevard (WSU Health Sciences Spokane campus)
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. , no appointment needed
Services: Immunizations, health screenings, simple … » More …
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Waldron O. Lindblad embodies that sentiment.