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Providence Regional Medical Center Everett prepares for nurse strike after union rejects substantial wage increases
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) is prepared to be fully staffed during United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW’s) five-day nursing strike at its two hospital campuses.
In recognition of Veteran’s Day, we salute all Providence Swedish North Puget Sound caregivers and physicians who served and continue to serve in the Armed Forces.
Our patients and their families can count on the same high quality and safe patient care you have come to expect. We secured the services of qualified, experienced replacement nurses to assist us in m
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) fervently believes that strikes do not settle contracts. In fact, strikes delay contracts. Strikes keep our hard-working and valued nurses from recei
Providence Swedish recognized by Healthgrades with 10 Five-Star Awards. Providence Swedish North Puget Sound hospitals earn five awards.
Swedish Edmonds Dr. Kelly Paulson wins the first-ever Jeff Ward Award for excellence in care.
Last night the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) – the union representing Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE’s) nearly 1,400 nurses – voted to authorize a strike.
The new location for Providence Physiatry and Sports Medicine is 1717 13th Street, Suite 401, Everett; conveniently located across the street from Providence Regional Medical Center Colby campus.
A recent study found an increased prevalence of cancer in people under 50. The study noted increases of endocrine, gastrointestinal and breast cancers in people between the ages of 30 and 39.
As a first generation Mexican American, Guadalupe Duarte, a certified medical assistant (CMA) at Providence Swedish's Edmonds Birth and Family Clinic, is very proud of her heritage and carrying her na
• Addiction is one of the biggest problems facing our society today, but recovery is possible. National Recovery Month shines a light on success stories and new treatment options.
Medications can have a variety of side effects that affect people in different ways, including increasing the risk of falls.
The Providence Institute for a Healthier Community is offering a Senior Fall Prevention seminar at the Everett Family YMCA. Join us for an enlightening one-hour seminar designed to provide vital infor
Frequent urination can contribute to your risk of falling. Fortunately, physical therapists can treat the cause of your bladder issues and help improve them without surgery or prescription medication.
Providence Everett’s spiritual care team will host “Partnering for Healing: ACES and PACES for Trauma-informed Care” on Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Investing in these services is one of the ways Providence is helping address the urgent mental health crisis facing children and teens.