• Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus Opening Second Convenient Care Clinic

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    August 01, 2019
    Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus will open its second Convenient Care Clinic inside the Moscow Rosauers Supermarkets located at 411 N. Main St., Moscow, Idaho, on August 5. The clinic is open seven days a week for quick and convenient services. Hours of operation are 9:00am-6:00pm. For additional questions about Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic, contact Joshua Gartell, Clinic Director, at 509-769-2211. “Tri-State is excited to continue this growing partnership with Rosauers while expanding to provide medical care services to residents of the Palouse community,” said Donald Wee, Chief Executive Officer at Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus. “We are happy that our partnership with Rosauers Supermarkets allows us to take care of the patient close to their home.” The Moscow community will now have a fast, affordable alternative to receiving healthcare if they cannot get in to see their primary care provider. The Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic will be staffed by Nurse Practitioners, who provide same day services with no appointment necessary for non-life threatening injury and illness. Treatments will include sore throats, sinus infections, colds and flu, minor cuts and sprains, as well as offer wellness services, including vaccinations and sports physicals. Tri-State Convenient Care Clinic does not bill insurance; payment is required at the time of service. Payment may be made with cash, check, or credit card. Health Savings Account payments are also accepted. Those with a high deductible will only pay for the cost of the services provided. Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus opened their first Convenient Care Clinic in the Lewiston Rosauers Supermarkets in March of 2019. Since opening the Lewiston Clinic 193 patients have been seen. The average patient exam time at the clinic is 25 minutes and varies based on the reason for visit. “Our partnership with Rosauers allows us to fulfill the needs of our healthcare consumer all at one centralized location,” said Joleen Carper, Chief of Clinic Services at Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus. “Tri-State is grateful to have this collaboration and to continue serving patients in a way that is best suited to fit their healthcare needs.” For more information on Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus, please visit www.TriStateHospital.org. For more information on Rosauers Supermarkets, please visit www.rosauers.com.

    About Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus
    Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus is a not-for-profit, community owned and
    operated, critical access, accredited acute care facility located on 11 acres in Clarkston,
    Washington since 1955. Serving a 10-county region in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon, Tri-State
    Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus continues to receive awards for excellent service to the
    community such as “2018 Best of the West Hospital,” “2017 Most Wired,” and “2016 Top 100
    Critical Access Hospital.” As the largest employer in Asotin County, Tri-State Memorial
    Hospital & Medical Campus remains committed to their mission of caring for community and
    ensuring, “Your Health Is Our First Priority.”

    About Rosauers Supermarkets
    Rosauers began as a Spokane Washington-based business in the 1940's and proudly serves the
    Inland Pacific Northwest, with over 20 stores located throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and
    Montana. Rosauers Supermarkets pride themselves on providing customers with the highest
    quality products, the largest selection, the cleanest stores and the friendliest service. The
    knowledgeable staff is happy to answer any question that customers might have and are always
    willing to help search for the right products. At Rosauers, we take our role of being a good
    corporate citizen very seriously. We take an active role in our communities by being involved
    with and supporting numerous activities, events, clubs, civic organizations and licensed nonprofit
    groups that help to improve the quality of life in the cities and towns where we do
    Rebecca Mann, Director of Marketing & Communications
    rmann@tsmh.org, 509-780-4457