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‘I have a second chance’: Patient reflects on excellent care after surviving ‘widowmaker’ heart attack
Tyron Bennett credits his Providence team for saving his life and inspiring him to make some major changes.
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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.
Providence Mount Carmel Hospital earns highest designation for the 2022 Overall Hospital Star Ratings evaluation.
Ion robot-assisted bronchoscopy platform is first of its kind in South Puget Sound
Fund-a-Need to provide support for Providence Oncology Patient Navigators
Kristina Parkin delivered all three of her children at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center.
A common birth defect leads a Gonzaga graduate back to Spokane for heart valve surgery.
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.
Learn more about the important role Providence athletic trainers have on a team.
Providence added two new transplant nephrologists in order to serve more patients.
Only five hospitals in Washington State currently hold Magnet status.
Every Providence hospital in Spokane received national recognition for stroke care.
Diane Thayer came from across the state for her open-heart surgery.
The national recognition highlights the hospital’s exceptional patient care and healthy work environment.
Providence is launching a new initiative called TeamBirth to enhance the birthing experience and improve outcomes for people giving birth and their babies.
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