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Don't delay care for non-COVID conditions. We're here to help treat all your care needs. Learn more.
Chief Philanthropy Officer, Lori Kloes, expresses her gratitude for the generous donations from the Everett community.
Important information for patients in Spokane and Stevens County, including how to safely see your doctor, visitor policies, entry into our facilities, clinic closures and more. Get the updates here.
Visitors will be screened at the main entrances prior to entering for COVID-related symptoms. Learn more.
Updates on visitor restrictions at Providence St. Mary hospital in Washington.
In order to protect the health of our communities, and as a safety precaution to prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19, Providence St. Peter and Providence Centralia hospitals are limiting some servi
In order to protect the health of our communities, and as a safety precaution to prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19, Providence Regional Medical Center is limiting some services and instituting ad
During this COVID-19 pandemic, we at Providence have seen the compassion and genuine care from individuals and businesses of our community. Many of you have inquired about donating meals, gift cards,
Providence Infusion Hospital Services started manufacturing hand sanitizer and N95 fit testing solutions.
Providence Cardiac Rehabilitation has paused operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, effect at the end of the day March 20.
Providence Family Medicine has set up a separate clinic for patients with symptoms of COVID-19. Learn more.
Letter to the community by by Christopher Hall, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Providence St. Mary Medical Center.
We understand the people want to be tested for COVID-19. However, testing capabilities are limited. These are the priorities for COVID-19 testing.
Here is hospital-specific information for Eastern Washington.
Effective Monday, March 23, we have designated three of our pediatric clinics to see children with respiratory symptoms.
Providence Health Care is committed to caring for our community and is taking important steps to keep patients and caregivers safe.
Entrance points have been consolidated, and screening will be in place to ensure patients are masked if needed and that only appropriate visitors are coming in.
To limit the spread of infectious illnesses, in-person visits are not allowed. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.
In order to protect the health of our communities, and as a safety precaution to prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19, certain restrictions are in place.