Connections magazine is a quarterly publication produced by Washington Health System. We hope to connect with our community through patient stories and educational articles in this 16 page book.

  • Summer 2020

    - Health and Human Resources
    - Wait, Screen Time is Good?
    - All Together Now
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  • Spring 2020

    - Healing in the Air
    - Standing on Her Own Two Feet Again
    - Type 2 and You
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  • Winter 2019

    Connections Magazine Winter 2019
    - Winter Health and Safety
    - New and Improved Care Center
    - A Legacy of Doing What is Right
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  • Fall 2019

    - Enhancing Care for Families
    - Taking Health to Heart
    - Come Together
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  • Summer 2019

    - Technology with Patients in Mind
    - Passing the Torch
    - Helping Families Feel at Home
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  • Spring 2019

    - Pamper Your Circulatory System
    - The Silent Killer
    - Finding Her Fit Again
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  • Fall 2018

    - Families Begin Here
    - The Courage to Heal
    - Your Concussion Game Plan
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  • Summer 2018

    - Back-to-School Prep
    - Happy, Healthy Babies
    - Getting Kids Moving
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Connections is published by Washington Health System. The material in Connections should not be considered specific medical advice, as each individual circumstance is different. Consult your physician before undertaking any form of medical treatment or adopting any exercise program or dietary guidelines.

Washington Health System (WHS) complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex. WHS does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.

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