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    • Income guidelines effective 2/1/16.  (see Income Eligibility Tables below)
    • Clients accepted for colonoscopies: Patients with positive stool sample test results can now be referred to BCCHP for colonoscopies.
    • New forms are here. Make sure to download forms from the website to insure you are using the correct ones.
    • MRIs are now covered in certain situations.  Please call for more information.

     

    Training Resources

    Community Health Worker Training

    CHW is a title used to encompass a variety of roles for individuals within medical settings and in the community. Primarily, these individuals are trusted members of the community who have a unique understanding of the people they work with and can help them overcome barriers to important aspects of health, such as understanding and accessing information and medical care.   

    CHWs are trained through a FREE eight-week course that combines in-person and online instruction to provide the basic skills needed by all CHWs. Once completed, graduates then have FREE access to additional health-specific, web-based trainings that can be tailored to their needs and specific work. 
     
    The next training starts January 10, 2017 in Spokane. For more information and to register for one of the quarterly trainings held in eastern Washington, click here or call (509) 324-3613.
      

    Program Information

    • Program Services
      • Medical – Services that screen for and diagnose breast, cervical and colon cancers. This includes initial screening services, and diagnostics if needed.
      • Assistance for barriers – Interpreters and transportation
      • Access to treatment – Clients diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer are transitioned onto Washington Apple Health for treatment coverage. Clients diagnosed with colon cancer are assisted with referrals for treatment assistance.

    o   Fee Schedule (2015) (pdf)

     

     

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    Spokane Regional Health District
    1101 W College Ave, Suite 200
    Spokane WA  99201

     

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