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  • WSMA PSA #2 on Coronavirus

    The WSMA has posted a joint video PSA with the Washington State Hospital Association on social channels featuring WSMA President Bill Hirota, MD, on “What your doctor wants you to know about COVID-19 symptoms.”

    To retweet on Twitter or share on Facebook, find the PSA at:

    https://twitter.com/WSMA_update/status/1238906363842940928

    https://www.facebook.com/wsma.org/posts/10158046586272888

    Post/embed the video directly using (embedding is enabled):

    https://vimeo.com/397543932

    We’d also appreciate if you’d consider liking and commenting on these posts, which will also help the posts and the video be seen by more people on social media.

    Find all of the WSMA PSAs and more patient info on www.wsma.org/covid19. Find WSMA COVID-19 clinical and professional resources for physicians and healthcare providers at www.wsma.org/covid19-prepare. Pages are updated daily.

    The WSMA has also added a section to their professional resources page on “Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19,” that specifically addresses health responders and secondary traumatic stress reactions.

    The WSMA also has a dedicated COVID-19 resource page that features the videos, along with patient and professional resources: www.wsma.org/covid19.

  • WSMA PSA #3 on Coronavirus

    The WSMA has posted a joint video PSA with the Washington State Hospital Association on social channels featuring WSMA President Bill Hirota, MD, on “Your doctor wants you to BLOCK THE DROPS!”

    To retweet on Twitter or share on Facebook, find the PSA at:

    https://twitter.com/WSMA_update/status/1239229553534324736
    https://www.facebook.com/wsma.org/posts/10158049007862888

    Post/embed the video directly using (embedding is enabled):

    https://vimeo.com/397575696

    We’d also appreciate if you’d consider liking and commenting on these posts, which will also help the posts and the video be seen by more people on social media.

    Find all of the WSMA PSAs and more patient info on www.wsma.org/covid19. Find WSMA COVID-19 clinical and professional resources for physicians and healthcare providers at www.wsma.org/covid19-prepare. Pages are updated daily.

    The WSMA has also added a section to their professional resources page on “Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19,” that specifically addresses health responders and secondary traumatic stress reactions.

    The WSMA also has a dedicated COVID-19 resource page that features the videos, along with patient and professional resources: www.wsma.org/covid19.

  • WSMA PSA #4 on Coronavirus

    The WSMA has posted a joint video PSA with the Washington State Hospital Association on social channels featuring WSMA President Bill Hirota, MD, on “What your doctor wants you to know about your COVID-19 risk.”

    To retweet on Twitter or share on Facebook, find the PSA at:

    https://twitter.com/WSMA_update/status/1239650217160400896

    https://www.facebook.com/wsma.org/posts/10158052632237888

    Post/embed the video directly using (embedding is enabled):

    https://vimeo.com/397827700

    We’d also appreciate if you’d consider liking and commenting on these posts, which will also help the posts and the video be seen by more people on social media.

    Find all of the WSMA PSAs and more patient info on www.wsma.org/covid19. Find WSMA COVID-19 clinical and professional resources for physicians and healthcare providers at www.wsma.org/covid19-prepare. Pages are updated daily.

    The WSMA has also added a section to their professional resources page on “Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19,” that specifically addresses health responders and secondary traumatic stress reactions.

    The WSMA also has a dedicated COVID-19 resource page that features the videos, along with patient and professional resources: www.wsma.org/covid19.

  • WSMA PSA #1 on Coronavirus

    The WSMA has posted a joint video PSA with the Washington State Hospital Association on social channels featuring WSMA President Bill Hirota, MD, on “5 things to know about coronavirus.” 

    To retweet on Twitter or share on Facebook, the posts have been “pinned” at the top of the page at:

    https://www.facebook.com/wsma.org/

    https://twitter.com/WSMA_update

    Access the video directly using:

    https://vimeo.com/396099615

    We’d also appreciate if you’d consider liking and commenting on these posts, which will also help the posts and the video be seen by more people on social media.

    Find all of the WSMA PSAs and more patient info on www.wsma.org/covid19. Find WSMA COVID-19 clinical and professional resources for physicians and healthcare providers at www.wsma.org/covid19-prepare. Pages are updated daily.

    The WSMA has also added a section to their professional resources page on “Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19,” that specifically addresses health responders and secondary traumatic stress reactions.

    The WSMA also has a dedicated COVID-19 resource page that features the videos, along with patient and professional resources: www.wsma.org/covid19.

President's Message

 

Picture of Stephen PakkianathanBy Stephen Pakkianathan, MD | SCMS President

When I turned 40 a few months ago, I became nostalgic for the decades behind me. First, the awkward teenage years of being a high school nerd. Next, the 20s when my "nerdiness" was rewarded with a medical education.   Finally, in my 30s, the education I received grew into a medical career in Spokane. I was blessed to join a medical community marked by excellence and superior skill. Though each of our paths to Spokane is different, we all share a commitment to medicine in this city and the surrounding region.

 

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