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Providence caregivers save fellow caregiver experiencing a stroke
Stroke Awareness Month is commemorated every May. Mary Terhaar, a former medical laboratory scientist at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, survived a stroke at work.
Providence Regional Cancer System Patient Navigator Focuses on Head and Neck Cancers
Patient Navigators provide a wealth of information and support to patients and families at all three Providence oncology locations: Lacey, Centralia and Aberdeen.
Providence Swedish advanced lung-cancer technology surpasses 500 patients served
​​​​​​​Ion robot-assisted bronchoscopy and Lung Nodule Clinic continue to ease patients’ way
Moxi collaborative robot has arrived
Don’t be surprised if you see a robot roaming the halls of Providence Centralia Hospital.
Mary's story of rural health care
Mary has served in many health care leadership roles in her life, including 15 years as the Washington State Secretary of Health, so she understands the importance of rural healthcare access.
Children’s Center Offers Free Group Classes in Snohomish County
The Providence Children's Center is a place where kids and families can learn about health and wellness in a fun and interactive way.
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital’s specialized life support team receives recognition for excellence
Providence recently received the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) Gold Level Award for Excellence in Life Support.
Providence receives national recognition for heart surgery, patient safety, and more
Healthgrades recognized Providence hospitals in Spokane with 13 awards.
Winter Workout Safety Tips
Dr. Andrew Gomez with Providence Sports Medicine shares some tips on how to prepare for and prevent common winter hazards so you can have fun and stay fit without compromising your well-being.
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett responds to UFCW strike announcement
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