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“Walla Walla College stirred to life well before dawn on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1892,” wrote Terrie Dopp Aamodt in her book Bold Venture: A History of Walla Walla College. The school was primarily a residential campus then as it is today.
There is someone everyone in your church knows. Not the pastor, not the secretary, not the piano player, not even the church gossip. Everyone in your church knows someone who no longer attends church.
At the heart of every organization is a vision. For Adventist Health, this vision is our belief that pairing medical science and faith to inspire wholeness and health offers the greatest hope for renewing people, families and communities. Work began in 2015 to update our mission statement to reflect our purpose. Our goal is to empower our communities to be healthier.
Not only does Adventist Health care for its patients’ spiritual, mental and physical health, the organization also creates a strong, nurturing bond with its own employees by sharing God’s love and providing care when they need it the most. At Adventist Health, we believe we also should go that extra mile for each other.
Physicians, nurses and support teams coming together in a prayerful commitment to provide healing, hope and reduced anxiety has the power to change lives and transform the health care experience for entire communities. For the Portland community, Adventist Health is becoming synonymous with this transformation.
20 hospitals in Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii
More than 260 rural health clinics, physician clinics and outpatient centers
15 home care agencies
Seven hospice agencies
Four joint-venture retirement centers
Workforce of 32,700 includes:
John Freedman has been elected president of the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) by delegates to the union’s regular constituency session held September 25 in Portland, Oregon. Freedman replaces Max Torkelsen II, whose retirement became effective at the end of the session. Delegates also re-elected John Loor Jr.