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Sarah Middleton, RN, is first recipient of Capella Healthcare’s Employee STAR Award

Sarah Middleton, RN, is first recipient of Capella Healthcare’s Employee STAR Award

Sarah Middleton, RN, Joint & Spine clinical coordinator, has been named the recipient of Capella Healthcare’s inaugural national Employee STAR Award. Established this year...

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Capital Medical Center featured in WSHA Weekly Report

Capital Medical Center featured in WSHA Weekly Report

From the WSHA Weekly Report – July 3, 2014 edition Hospital Success Story: Keeping Patients “CAUTI-FREE” Capital Medical Center in Olympia has had zero...

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UW Medicine and Capital Medical Center form new collaboration

UW Medicine and Capital Medical Center form new collaboration

UW Medicine and Capital Medical Center, in Olympia, Wash., have signed an agreement selecting UW Medicine as the healthcare system of choice for complex...

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Jon Mould shows off his new and improve knee

Getting back in the game
Knee replacement improves quality of life for one patient

Step on a racquetball court with Jon Mould and you better bring your A game. The active 70-year-old played three times a week —...

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Hospital leaders attend health care conference

Capital Medical Center CEO Jim Geist and Stephen Snow, MD, Physician Leadership Group chair, recently attended Capella Healthcare’s annual conference for physician and board...

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  • March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month!

    The American Cancer Society advises that individuals age 50 and older be regularly screened for colorectal cancer, the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States.

    But here's the good news! The number of deaths due to colorectal cancer have been dropping steadily for the past two decades, thanks in part to early detection and regular screening. So why take a chance?

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