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Out And About

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Out And About

If you have ideas for Out & About, please email: monicatripp@yvmh.org


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Who May Attend?

Summary of Event:

YouthWorks Volleyball Jamboree


Jan. 20

1 p.m.

West Valley High School


As part of the YouthWorks pageant program, students from each school will compete in a good-natured volleyball tournament!

Each school will have a table set up at the entrance and be collecting a $3 entrance fee.

All funds collected go towards each schools final pageant total. 

All funds raised by YouthWorks supports Children’s Miracle Network and funds go towards children’s health programs at VMM and Children’s Village.

2020 Allocation Celebration

Jan. 21,

1:15 p.m. – 2 p.m.

VMM’s Café – Top Deck (in the back of the café, near the doors to the courtyard)

Team Members

Join us for refreshments and a short presentation of the 2020 allocations from The Memorial Foundation. Bring a colleague that would benefit from learning more about The Foundation!

Women’s and Children’s Grand Rounds


Jan. 24

7:15 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.

VMM Auditorium

Team Members

CJ Koozer, DO, MHA will be discussing how to recognize, control, and talk about vaccine-preventable diseases.

YouthWorks Bean Feed


Jan. 24

4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Wapato High School


Come out and enjoy a meal of chili, pinto beans, coleslaw, cornbread, and ice cream while supporting YouthWorks!

There is a $5 charge for the bean feed.

Envox choir will be performing, as well as the Wapato mariachi group. Students will be reciting the Pledge Allegiance in Ichiskin (Yakama native language). 

Don’t miss the basketball game after the meal! Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for students, and there will be a dash-for-cash at half-time for Mr. Teen Wapato.

Conversations on Faith, Culture, and Patient Care


Jan. 30

Noon – 1 p.m.

VMM Auditorium


During this one-hour panel discussion several members of the Yakama Nation will discuss their views on faith, culture, death, the process of dying, and how those relate to patient care.

YouthWorks Restaurant Takeover


Feb. 4

(Mr. Davis)


Feb. 25

(Mr. East Valley)


2710 Terrace Height Dr., Yakima


Come out and support your favorite school as they raise money for the 2020 YouthWorks pageants!


Restaurant Takeover


Feb. 13

(Mr. Ike)


Feb. 22

(Mr. Naches)


Feb. 28

(Mr. Highland)

Zesta Cucina

5110 W Tieton Dr # 210, Yakima


Come out and support your favorite school as they raise money for the 2020 YouthWorks pageants!

Diabetic Retinopathy Clinic

Every Tues.

1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Every Weds.

8:30 a.m. – noon

Every Friday

8:30 a.m. - noon

Memorial Cornerstone Medicine

4003 Creekside Loop

Type 1 or

Type 2 Diabetics

Memorial Cornerstone Medicine offers retinopathy exams for people with diabetes. Virginia Mason Memorial’s Retinopathy Clinic is available on a walk-in basis. No referral is needed.

You do not need to be a patient at Cornerstone to utilize the Retinopathy Clinic.

If you have not had an eye exam within one year, insurance should cover the cost.

Children’s Miracle Network

Feb. 25

IHOP locations


Pasco, Kennewick & Ellensburg


Nothing warms the heart (and stomach) like a stack of pancakes at IHOP. Now through February 25, make a donation toward Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at the Ellensburg, Kennewick and Pasco restaurants to support babies and kids cared for locally at Virginia Mason Memorial and at Children’s Village.

You can always file a safety report here or by emailing:safety@yvmh.org


  • Reusable Green Containers: The Café offers reusable meal containers for those who wish to use them. These containers are meant to be single-use, and then returned to the marked bins in the Café in exchange for a new one. If you have these containers in your department or office, please return them to the Café. The reusable container program is in danger of being discontinued due to the lack of containers being returned.
  • VMM Logos: Did you know that you can find several versions of VMM’s most up-to-date logo on the Communications & Marketing team page? Team members may download these logos for use in PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, etc.