With the expansion into Klickitat County, the services of COHE Community of Eastern Washington cover 20 counties in eastern and central Washington, streamlining the return-to-work process quickly and efficiently. COHE offices are located in Yakima, Tri-Cities, Spokane and Wenatchee.

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COHE Community of Eastern Washington Expands Territory and Renews Contract

— The Center of Occupational Health & Education (COHE) Community of Eastern Washington, a program of St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute, has renewed its three-year contract with Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) to continue getting injured employees back to work. Additionally, COHE Community of Eastern Washington expands its services to Klickitat County to assist more employers and injured workers through the workers' compensation process.

"Our services help nearly 1,300 medical providers, 22,000 injured workers, 35 hospitals and more than 400 medical clinics navigate the workers' compensation process," said Ben Doornink, program director for COHE Community of Eastern Washington. "Twenty counties in Eastern Washington now share the vision of collaboration for education to help prevent work-related injuries and improved injured worker outcomes."

With the expansion into Klickitat County, the services of COHE Community of Eastern Washington cover 20 counties in eastern and central Washington, streamlining the return-to-work process quickly and efficiently. COHE offices are located in Yakima, Tri-Cities, Spokane and Wenatchee.

For more information about COHE Community of Eastern Washington, visit www.gocohe.com.

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