Visit Immediate Care clinics for urgent, non-life-threatening injury or illness.
The pandemic made it difficult to schedule in-person well-child visits. As we continue to recover and return to in-person activities, it is important to get caught up on your child’s wellness visits.
Ever “Facetimed”? Would you be willing to do it with a health care provider (via secure technology) if you needed immediate medical care for a non-life threatening condition?
Providence Swedish Regional Cancer System’s Integrative Cancer Care Program offers patients an array of holistic medicine treatments designed to complement conventional medical cancer care.
Each year, Providence invests millions of dollars to support Graduate Medical Education. For this year we welcome 16 residents.
Patient describes lung cancer journey as “easy” thanks to Providence’s multidisciplinary cancer care team
Lung nodule clinic: Game-changing technology, superb physicians and caregivers help lead great-grandmother from diagnosis to recovery in two months.
Ready to begin building health habits for life? Providence Medical Group is accepting applications for a Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) offered virtually.
Delaney Van Ness excited to improve safety
Providence caregivers give immunocompromised patients a chance of normalcy during the pandemic.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Barbara Lazio and neuro critical care nurse Francis Moore, RN, volunteered with the Neurosurgery & Neurology Institute (NNI) of Solidarity Bridge in Sucre, Bolivia.
Check out what we have to offer at our area family birth centers
Know where and when to seek care for your child
Know where to go and when
In a time of increased workplace violence in hospitals, K9 programs are proven to make hospitals safer for patients, visitors, and employees.
As much a cancer diagnosis can ever be, Jean’s was well-timed. Providence St. Peter Hospital had just launched a new program dedicated specifically to the early detection.
Fund-a-Need to provide support for Providence Oncology Patient Navigators
As a retired nurse and current fitness instructor, Lorraine Clarke is a health advocate for everyone in her life. Sometimes though, it is easy to forget about one’s own healthy practices.
Working toward health equity in our community
Grays Harbor man an example of the benefits of the Providence Medication Assistance Program.
Melissa Hansen, 51, spends most of her day playing with and caring for her energetic young grandson, Eli.