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CHAS Health

Physician compensation starting at $192,000

Nurse practitioner and physician assistant compensation starting at $100,000

Medical and vision insurance provided at no cost for providers


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  • Call Schedule: No call
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--- SAMPLE --- Internal Medicine
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--- SAMPLE --- Med/Peds
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--- SAMPLE --- Nurse Practitioner
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--- SAMPLE --- Obstetrics & Gynecology
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--- SAMPLE --- Pediatrics
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--- SAMPLE --- Physician Assistant
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--- SAMPLE --- Urgent Care
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--- SAMPLE --- Dentistry
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--- SAMPLE --- Psychiatry
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CHAS Health

Working in healthcare is truly one of the most rewarding occupations, and at CHAS, we offer a unique opportunity to work with a cross-functional group of individuals. Most importantly, all careers at CHAS allow you to make an impact on patients’ lives and experience new challenges and opportunities on a daily basis.

CHAS is a non-profit system of federally qualified community clinics providing quality medical, dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health services to families and individuals of all ages, regardless of ability to pay. CHAS has locations throughout the Lewis and Clark Valley, serving approximately 52,000 patients each year.

Benefits of working at CHAS include:
- Physician compensation starting at $192K.
- Nurse practitioner and physician assistant compensation starting at $100K.
- Medical and vision insurance provided at no-cost for providers.
- 240 hours of paid leave each year.
- Loan repayments available through the NHSC.
- Live in the beautiful Lewis and Clark Valley, just a short drive to the Coeur d’Alene National Forest and host to countless recreational activities.
- Spokane is a thriving metropolitan center, offering fine dining, shopping, sports, and plenty of opportunities for the whole family.


Facilities

Cheney Health Center
1720 2nd St., Cheney, WA 99004

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 9am - 4pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Behavioral Health

Near Nature. Near Perfect.

The City of Cheney, Washington is a thriving community with a population of 11,440 and located just 17 miles southwest of Spokane. Our quality of life is unmatched because of a small town atmosphere and family-friendly environment.

Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents county wide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented work force and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.

As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theatres, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk, or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.

Denny Murphy Clinic
1001 W 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99201

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm
Saturday | 8am - 5pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Behavioral Health

Spokane, WA

Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents countywide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented workforce and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.

As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theaters, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.

Lewis & Clark Dental Clinic
844 6th St, Clarkston, WA 99403

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Pediatrics 

Nestled at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers in southeast Washington, Clarkston is the gateway to North America's deepest gorge, Hells Canyon. Beautiful scenic vistas, a mild climate, year-round recreation, an inland seaport and rich history abound. Named after William Clark of the historic Lewis and Clark Expedition, Clarkston invites you to follow the footsteps of the famous explorers into an area rich in opportunities.

The river valley's warm climate enables residents and visitors to enjoy year-round outdoor activities such as golf, fishing and walking the trails along the beautiful Snake River. Sparkling area rivers and creeks beckon you outside where cruise ships, jet boat rides, boating, water skiing, rafting and world famous steelhead, chinook and trout fishing await. Nearby forest lands provide hunters with deer, elk and game birds.

We invite you to explore all of Clarkston's natural bounty and small town warmth!

Lewis & Clark Health Center
338 6th St, Lewiston, ID 83501

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Pediatrics 

Lewiston, ID

Lewiston is a growing, dynamic community offering a variety of activities and attractions as well as abundant business opportunities. The Lewis-Clark Valley offers excellent educational opportunities, safe and friendly residential neighborhoods, state-of-the-art healthcare, historic sites and great recreation.

With warm weather and mild winters you can enjoy more warm and sunny days than almost any other place in the Northwest! Recreational opportunities abound in the Lewis Clark Valley. Premiere waterskiing, jet boating, sailing, whitewater rafting, hunting, fishing, swimming, hiking and camping are limitless. Miles of paved levee pathways follow the rivers for walking, jogging and biking. You can find some of the greatest fishing for salmon, steelhead, small mouth bass, trout and sturgeon. Snow skiing and snowmobiling are only a short drive away.

Maple Street Clinic
3919 N. Maple St., Spokane, WA 99205

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm
Saturday | 8am - 5pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Behavioral Health

Spokane, WA

Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents county wide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented work force and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.
As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theatres, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk, or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.

Market Street Clinic
5921 N. Market Street, Spokane, WA 99208

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

 

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm
Saturday | 8am - 5pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Behavioral Health

Spokane, WA

 Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents county wide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented work force and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.
As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theatres, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk, or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.

North County Clinic
401 S. Main St., Deer Park, WA 99006

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm

Services
• Medical
Dental
• Pharmacy
• Behavioral Health

Deer Park, WA

North of Spokane, the city of Deer Park was officially incorporated 109 years ago on June 24, 1908. Deer Park got its name when railroad surveyors saw deer grazing in the area. It was settled in 1889 when a railroad siding was built for the Spokane Falls & Northern Railway. Soon the Standard Lumber Company sawmill was established by William Short and George Crawford to provide the lumber needed to rebuild the nearby city of Spokane Falls (later renamed Spokane) following the great fire of 1889. By 1900 the population of Deer Park was approximately 300 residents. In addition to the sawmill, the community consisted of three general stores (owned separately by P. Kelly, Dan Weis, and A. Baldwin), a blacksmith and harness shop, a livery and feed stable, Jeff Moore's hotel, Dr. Prince's drug store, a public school with approximately 75 students, and a Congregational church led by Rev. F. McConaughy. By this time there were as many as eight sawmills within ten miles of Deer Park, all of which got their supplies in, and employed residents of, the town.

Arcadia Apple Orchards Company was established around 1906, and orchards of apple trees were planted on the land surrounding Deer Park which had been cleared by the logging activity.

The municipal airport east of the city was built during World War II and dedicated 73 years ago in August 1944 with three paved runways, all at 6,100 feet in length. During the early 1960s, an Atlas missile site near the airport was operated by the 567th Strategic Missile Squadron of Fairchild AFB. Soon obsolete, the site was decommissioned in 1965 and sold for salvage in 1967.

Nurse Practitioner Residency Clinic
15812 E. Indiana Ave., Suite 101, Spokane, WA 99216

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The CHAS Health Nurse Practitioner Residency Clinic is designed for fully licensed and credentialed ARNPs seeking to perfect their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the field of primary care. The clinic has two long-term CHAS Health providers onsite who will be providing guidance to fully licensed ARNP Residents (who are also CHAS Health employees).

Our residents are taking part in a 13-month long program that will provide them additional education and experience, above and beyond what their licensing requires.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm

Services
• Medical

Spokane, WA

Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents county wide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented work force and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.
As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theatres, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk, or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.

Perry Street Clinic
817 S. Perry, Ste. B, Spokane, WA 99202

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 Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Behavioral Health

Spokane, WA

Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents county wide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented work force and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.
As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theatres, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk, or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.

Spokane Urgent Care
1502 N. Vercler Rd, Spokane, WA 99216

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 8pm
Saturday - Sunday | 8am - 5pm
 

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 8pm
Saturday - Sunday | 8am - 5pm

Spokane, WA

Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents county wide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented work force and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.
As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theatres, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk, or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.

Valley Clinic
15812 E. Indiana Ave., Spokane, WA 99216

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Since 1994, CHAS has been working to fill a gap between those who have health insurance, and those who don’t. Under federal healthcare reform, federally qualified health centers like CHAS will see an increase in demand and play a greater role in providing high quality, affordable healthcare for all families in the Inland Northwest.

CHAS currently serves nearly 50,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. By 2015, we expect to double in size, bring in new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest. Our goal is to provide a brighter, better, healthier future for all families.

Hours
Monday - Friday | 8am - 6pm
Saturday | 8am - 5pm

Services
• Medical
• Pharmacy
• Behavioral Health

Spokane, WA

Spokane offers the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, hip nightlife, world-class dining, shopping and big-name entertainment.

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. In 1974, Spokane was the first city to host an environmentally themed world's fair. That put Spokane on the map, and it is still the smallest city to ever host a world's fair. Continuing to make a name for itself, Spokane is home to the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Hoopfest, and one of the largest running events in the world, Bloomsday.

Spokane boasts a steady economy and has expanded to nearly a quarter million residents within the city limits and over half a million residents county wide. Rich in architectural history and distinctive neighborhoods, Spokane has been featured on several affordable living lists. Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane offers a fantastic business climate with inexpensive properties, great public resources, a talented work force and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.
As the center of a three state, two province region, Spokane is the destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. World-class restaurants scatter downtown and the surrounding areas. More than 20 wineries call Spokane home, and many have been recognized with national awards for their wine. Multiple live theatres, the Best of Broadway series, national level concerts and numerous local artists make entertainment easy to access any day of the week.

Spokane is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The Spokane River runs through the heart of downtown, yet feels miles away during an early morning paddle. Five mountain ski resorts are within a two-hour drive of Spokane, giving you more time on the slopes and less in the car. Visit one of the area's 76 lakes or tee off at one of the 30+ regional golf courses without breaking the bank. Bike, walk, or run through the Spokane region on the Centennial Trail, a paved path which stretches 37-miles from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls. With white-water rafting, hiking and rock-climbing at your fingertips, see for yourself why Spokane is Near Nature. Near Perfect.


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Tawni Steinbacher
Workforce Development Specialist

Phone
(509) 434 - 1956
Address
203 N Washington, Suite 300
Spokane, WA  99201

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