May 2005

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  • The Special Magic of Camp Meeting

    "Are you going to camp meeting?" I asked my friend last summer."Oh, is it this weekend? I didn't know … I don't think I got anything in the mail about it." It was obvious I wouldn't be seeing her when I made my much-anticipated annual sojourn at t...
  • A Revolutionary Partnership

    May 01, 2005
    When Roger talks about Virginia, it still brings tears to his eyes. They were married 40 years, but as breast cancer ravaged her body, he was faced with what seemed an imminent and unbearable loss.The Fergusons came to Community Health Care of the...
  • The Special Magic of Camp Meeting

    "Are you going to camp meeting?" I asked my friend last summer."Oh, is it this weekend? I didn't know … I don't think I got anything in the mail about it." It was obvious I wouldn't be seeing her when I made my much-anticipated annual sojourn at t...
  • A Revolutionary Partnership

    May 01, 2005
    When Roger talks about Virginia, it still brings tears to his eyes. They were married 40 years, but as breast cancer ravaged her body, he was faced with what seemed an imminent and unbearable loss.The Fergusons came to Community Health Care of the...
  • Cover photo, blurb

    May 01, 2005
    John Torquato, M.D., of Community Health Care of the Palouse, takes the time he needs to be with a little patient and his mother.Photo by Steve Welsh for CMBell Company.
  • Cover photo, blurb

    May 01, 2005
    John Torquato, M.D., of Community Health Care of the Palouse, takes the time he needs to be with a little patient and his mother.Photo by Steve Welsh for CMBell Company.
  • Cover Story Sidebar

    May 01, 2005
    The University of Idaho professor was running out of options. He came to Community Health Care after suffering four heart attacks, undergoing quadruple bypass surgery, and after finally firing his other doctors. “I just decided there had to be som...

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