Health Matters, Television for Life
Your opportunity to talk directly with physicians, nurses and other regional experts about the health issues that are important to you. Teresa Lukens hosts this monthly conversation and viewers are encouraged to call, text or email their questions in advance for the panel. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Covid-19: A Roadmap to Recovery
More people are getting vaccinated against Covid-19 and the CDC is easing restrictions, but what does that mean as we move into Summer and Fall? We sit down with four of Spokane’s top doctors to talk all things Covid and the path forward, including vaccinations for adults & kids, to mask or not to mask and how the pandemic is wearing on mental health.
Dan Getz, D.O., Chief Medical Officer for Providence Health Care.
He previously practiced emergency medicine for 13 years at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, where he served as the Emergency Department Medical Director for six years.
Francisco Velazquez, M.D, Interim Health Officer for Spokane Regional Health District.
Dr. Velázquez is recognized internationally through his many lectures and articles on healthcare, technology, and economics.
Michael Barsotti MD, FAAP,Neonatologist and Chief Administrator for Sacred heart Children’s Hospital.
He is also the incoming President of the Washington Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Samantha Clark, MHA, Executive Director of Strategy and Business Development, MultiCare Behavioral Health.
In this role Samantha oversees large-scale, highly complex and long-range initiatives, which encompass the entire behavioral health care continuum.
Spokane Regional Health Districtwww.srhd.org
Washington State Department Of Healthwww.doh.wa.gov
Sacred Heart Children’s Hospitalhttps://www.providence.org/locations/wa/sacred-heart-childrens-hospital
Multicare Behavioral Health Clinichttps://www.multicare.org/rockwood-clinic-services-behavioral-health/
Centers For Disease Control and Preventionhttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/
Johns Hopkins University of Medicinehttps://www.coronavirus.jhu.edu/
U.S Food and Drug Administrationhttps://www.fda.gov/emergency-preparedness-and-response
National Institutes of Healthhttps://www.nih.gov
KSPS Public Television maintains this web site as a health information resource for educational and informational purposes. Its content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have seen on KSPS or read on this website.