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  • Dr. Diaz Speaks with U.S. News and World Report about Self-Quarantine

    Dr. Diaz Speaks with U.S. News and World Report about Self-Quarantine

    In an interview with U.S. News and World Report Dr. George Diaz, chief of infectious diseases at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett explains what self-quarantine is.

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  • Providence Donates $500K to COVID-19 Community Health Efforts

    Providence Donates $500K to COVID-19 Community Health Efforts

    Read what else our leaders are saying about how Providence is supporting the local communities in the Patient Engagement HIT article.

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  • Local Business Helps Create Masks

    Local Business Helps Create Masks

    Local furniture factory, Mukilteo manufacturer, heard that there was a shortage in personal protective equipment (PPE) for doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists. Using the design from Providence

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  • Register for Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips Webinar

    Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, chief clinical officer at Providence St. Joseph Health will speak on a Webinar with Modern Healthcare’s editorial team about COVID-19 on Thursday, April 2 at 9am PST.

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  • Watch Dr. Megan Farnsworth Discuss What it's like to Treat Patients

    Watch Dr. Megan Farnsworth Discuss What it's like to Treat Patients

    Dr. Megan Farnsworth, Emergency medicine physician at Providence Medical Group, weighs in on Fox News how doctors are handling the influx of patients and staying healthy.

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  • This Pandemic Is Personal - From Dr. Ira Byock

    This Pandemic Is Personal - From Dr. Ira Byock

    Providence’s Dr. Ira Byock, MD and chief medical officer of the Institute for Human Caring shares his thoughts about how to focus on gratitude and stay present during the pandemic.

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  • Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/19/20

    Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/19/20

    Learn more about the coronavirus or COVID-19 from Providence leaders

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  • Providence St. Joseph Health Contributes $500,000 to Local Community Partners

    Providence St. Joseph Health Contributes $500,000 to Local Community Partners

    Providence St. Joseph Health announced today – through the St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund – it will contribute $500,000 to help not-for-profit community partners respond to the challenges of th

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  • Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/18/20

    Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/18/20

    Learn more about the coronavirus or COVID-19 from Providence leaders

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  • Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/17/20

    Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/17/20

    Learn more about the coronavirus or COVID-19 from Providence leaders

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  • Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/16/20

    Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/16/20

    Learn more about the coronavirus or COVID-19 from Providence leaders

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  • Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/13/20

    Providence COVID-19 news round-up for 3/13/20

    Learn more about the coronavirus or COVID-19 from Providence leaders

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  • Providence leadership perspectives on COVID-19 (3/12/20)

    Providence leadership perspectives on COVID-19 (3/12/20)

    Learn more about the coronavirus or COVID-19 from Providence leaders

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  • Lymphedema surgeon pioneers treatment and hope

    Lymphedema surgeon pioneers treatment and hope

    At Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance, a surgeon gives patients a new and improved life.

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  • The Story of Brian Hong

    The Story of Brian Hong

    When Brian Hong was transferred from another hospital to St. Jude Medical Center’s Critical Care Unit, he was completely paralyzed, unable to speak or breath on his own. His prognosis was poor.

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  • A weight lifted off

    A weight lifted off

    Galo Franco turned to Providence Little Company of Mary’s Bariatric Wellness Center to get the help he needed. Today he runs races, sleeps better and feels better than ever.

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  • St. Jude: All Hands on Deck for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    St. Jude: All Hands on Deck for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    It’s a mistake that can lead to permanent damage to your hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the result of pressure on the median nerve as it travels through the wrist.

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  • Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Adds Digital X-ray Technology.

    Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Adds Digital X-ray Technology.

    Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, with the help from the Providence Montana Health Foundation added new digital x-ray equipment to the Diagnostic Imaging Department. Ancillary Services Manager Ada

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  • Early Phase Immunotherapy Studies for High-Risk Skin Cancers

    Early Phase Immunotherapy Studies for High-Risk Skin Cancers

    Providence Cancer Institute is one of a handful of centers offering two early phase studies evaluating combination immunotherapy for patients with rare and high-risk skin cancers.

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  • Directing the future, with care

    Directing the future, with care

    Dr. Glen Komatsu: trying to bring the “care” back into health care.

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