Content focused on helping assure patients its safe to get care at Providence
Don't delay care if you need care
Learn how Providence is keeping its care facilities safe for COVID and non-COVID patients.
Our emergency department is a safe place to receive emergency treatment care
Guisou Mahmoud, MD, FACEP, medical director for the Sue and Bill Gross Emergency Department at Mission Hospital addresses misconceptions on going to the ER
Take care of your non-COVID health needs
Don't delay care for non-COVID conditions. We're here to help treat all your care needs. Learn more.
Safety is our top priority as services resume
Alaskans have answered the call to stay home to avoid spreading COVID-19 and flatten the curve.
Reach out for support: We are here
If you’re experiencing mental health concerns due to COVID-19, find help now.
Delays in seeking care can make matters worse
Providence experts on patients delaying care out of fear of exposure to the coronavirus, “delay in seeking care could make matters worse.”
How Providence is looking to restart surgeries in Washington
"If we just stay locked down in our hospitals the way we are through the end of May, there wouldn't be much to come back to.”
Insights and advice for managing uncertainty
Most pandemics follow the same progression from warning of its existence to recovery. Learn about ways to cope during this time of great change and adversity.
Covenant Health Resuming Urgent Elective Procedures
As of April 22, certain Covenant Health ministries resumed urgent elective surgeries/procedures/diagnostic testing.
Providence emphasizes safety across our hospitals; Safety our top priority
At Providence, the safety of our patients is our No. 1 priority. That’s why we have implemented a strict, multi-layer process to ensure your safety while receiving care within our hospitals.
Where to go when you need health care
Getting the right care at the right time is important to your health. COVID-19 doesn’t change that.