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Providence Special Pathogens Manager Christa Arguinchona is sharing her infectious disease expertise and passion for preparedness with a global audience.
Roy received stroke care at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center. Life flight transported him from Newport to Spokane.
Providence joined 30 local leaders on a trip to Washington, D.C. This opportunity was part of Greater Spokane Inc.’s (GSI) D.C. Fly-In event.
A patient receives stroke care at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center.
This resource will help local businesses and organizations help employees who are experiencing domestic violence.
Volunteers with the program sit vigil with patients who are at the end of their life and do not have family or friends to be there during their final moments.
See how we’re making a difference this summer and join us at these fun community events sponsored by Providence.
Financial support through Providence community benefit made this possible, along with support from Hospice Foundation of America, Washington, DC.
Healthgrades awarded the north Spokane hospital with its 2023 Patient Safety Excellence Award™.
A Providence oncology team’s pioneering spirit will inspire you.
The two physicians bring extensive experience to the team.
Team St. Luke’s is heading to the National Wheelchair Basketball Championships.
Providence and Washington State University announced a partnership to establish eastern Washington’s first pediatric medical residency
Beth Hegde is among a prestigious list of women being recognized.
The Colville hospital is the only hospital in Washington to make the list.
Anthony Guastella rehabilitated from a traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Mike Barsotti is taking on new responsibilities.
The real-world simulation ensures readiness to care for patients with highly infectious diseases.
Matt Durham shares his story of remarkable compassion and high-quality care when he needed it most.
Spokane NAACP is partnering with Providence and other organizations to increase representation for communities of color in health care.