Community Involvement

Spotlighting Providence and partner efforts in our communities

  • Home is where the healing starts

    Home is where the healing starts

    The Guest House, purchased in part with $500,000 in community investment funding from Providence Alaska, can accommodate up to 126 individuals experiencing homelessness.

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  • ViVE 2023: Healthcare exes skeptical price transparency mandates will lead to more affordable care

    ViVE 2023: Healthcare exes skeptical price transparency mandates will lead to more affordable care

    Dr. Eve Cunningham, Group Vice President Chief of Virtual Care and Digital Health at Providence, emphasizes the complexity of healthcare pricing.

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  • Moving past “healthy mom, healthy baby” for Black mothers

    Moving past “healthy mom, healthy baby” for Black mothers

    As Providence celebrates Black Maternal Health Week, we recognize the importance of providing holistic care for Black birthing parents and babies.

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  • Sisters in Humboldt County live out the Providence mission

    Sisters in Humboldt County live out the Providence mission

    The sisters of St. Joseph continue to play an important role at Providence. Hear from Sister Tran about her work in Humboldt County, California.

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  • Co-Caring uses virtual nurses to help caregivers and patients

    Co-Caring uses virtual nurses to help caregivers and patients

    Learn about Co-Caring at Providence and how adding virtual nurses to the team provides high-quality health care while increasing caregiver satisfaction.

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  • Providence Milwaukie Community Teaching Kitchen: Nourishing Your Community

    Providence Milwaukie Community Teaching Kitchen: Nourishing Your Community

    The Providence Milwaukie Community Teaching Kitchen transforms lives and strengthens its community.

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  • Dr. Urba receives award for his contributions to science and community

    Dr. Urba receives award for his contributions to science and community

    Providence Cancer Institute of Oregon, and research director, Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, Walter J. Urba, M.D., Ph.D., receives award for his contributions to science and community.

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  • Community Health Worker Program supports people facing homelessness

    Community Health Worker Program supports people facing homelessness

    The Community Health Worker Program at Providence aims to improve health equity. Find out how in this Washington success story.

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  • Providing a longer runway for at-risk youth

    Providing a longer runway for at-risk youth

    Covenant House Alaska has helped more than 30,000 youth find a way forward. Providence’s support has helped CHA with one of its most ambitious initiatives yet: Bridge to Success.

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  • Providence volunteer and cancer survivor offers patients hope and a smile   

    Providence volunteer and cancer survivor offers patients hope and a smile   

    Cancer survivor Jeff Newell shares his experiences as a volunteer at Providence Cancer Institute and how he uses his own cancer journey to impart hope to others.

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  • Shining a spotlight on health literacy and minority health

    Shining a spotlight on health literacy and minority health

    Providence is putting a spotlight on some ways to increase health literacy for people of all races and ethnicities this National Minority Health Month.

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  • Celebrating a year of community engagement

    Celebrating a year of community engagement

    Providence Cancer Institute highlights a year of engaging with and supporting our patients, partner organizations and community.

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  • Family medicine building bridges

    Family medicine building bridges

    Hear from family medicine providers who are spreading their specialization and enhancing whole-person care delivery across the globe.

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  • Global solidarity: Partnering to advance health strengthening

    Global solidarity: Partnering to advance health strengthening

    Providence responds to urgent workforce needs of today and tomorrow through clinical tele-mentorship, support for Family Medicine medical learners, exchange programs, and support for academic partners

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  • Work2BeWell partnered with student and educational leaders on mental health webinar series for teens

    Work2BeWell partnered with student and educational leaders on mental health webinar series for teens

    The webinars cover topics including how to create an emotional first aid kit, have difficult conversations and respond to emotional crises.

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  • Providence celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

    Providence celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

    To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we are featuring Gabriela Robles, chief executive of SJCPF and AVP of Community Partnerships.

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  • Focus on POCUS: How Providence and Seed Global Health are partnering to expand the use of portable ultrasounds

    Focus on POCUS: How Providence and Seed Global Health are partnering to expand the use of portable ultrasounds

    In partnership with Seed and Kamuzu University of Health Services, Providence is working to expand the usage of portable, point-of-care ultrasounds (POCUS) at Mangochi District Hospital in Malawi.

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  • Providence gives back to help prepare students and families for the new school year

    Providence gives back to help prepare students and families for the new school year

    Providence Community Health Investment teams gathered donations and hosted events to support families in their back-to-school preparations.

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  • Talk2BeWell - Minority Mental Health live event featuring The Defensive Line

    Talk2BeWell - Minority Mental Health live event featuring The Defensive Line

    Watch this recent social media live event featuring The Defensive Line and Dr. Lauren Harper, Providence Oregon.

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  • Reflections on National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

    Reflections on National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

    Jawanza Hadley, director of Providence’s Work2BeWell program reflects on mental health and wellness

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