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  • The power of partnership: Strengthening global health, together

    The power of partnership: Strengthening global health, together

    Providence is known for global health care initiatives, and Brittn Grey recently shared three keys to effective partnerships at a Washington Global Health Alliance conference.

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  • How Providence sustained thriving global partnerships in a pandemic

    How Providence sustained thriving global partnerships in a pandemic

    In the last two years, Providence has supported clinicians in Guatemala and Nigeria, upholding our ethical call to strengthen health care globally—even during a pandemic.

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  • Providence Reports Results For First Quarter 2022

    Providence Reports Results For First Quarter 2022

    In responding to the significant needs of its communities, the not-for-profit health system absorbed the rising cost of caring for patients while forging a path to recovery and renewal.

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  • Work2BeWell National Student Advisory Council applications open through May 16

    Work2BeWell National Student Advisory Council applications open through May 16

    Work2BeWell is searching for students passionate about mental health to join their National Student Advisory Board

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  • Philanthropy at Providence fundraises over $331 million in 2021

    Philanthropy at Providence fundraises over $331 million in 2021

    Read the 2021 philanthropy highlights.

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  • Providence reduces carbon emissions in seven key areas at our hospitals by nearly 12% since 2019

    Providence reduces carbon emissions in seven key areas at our hospitals by nearly 12% since 2019

    Providence, one of the largest health systems in the nation, have taken several actions to reduce hospital emissions by 11.7%.

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  • Providence launches digital hub showcasing stories of partnership and volunteerism in local communities and around the world

    Providence launches digital hub showcasing stories of partnership and volunteerism in local communities and around the world

    Providence welcomes inquiries from not-for-profit organizations interested in partnering to improve the health and well-being of communities.

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  • Providence Settlement with U.S. Attorney’s Office for Eastern District of Washington

    Providence Settlement with U.S. Attorney’s Office for Eastern District of Washington

    After fully cooperating with an investigation into two former spine surgeons at St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, Providence reached a settlement with the U.S. Attorney’s Office

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  • A joint effort fights malnutrition for mothers and children in Guatemala

    A joint effort fights malnutrition for mothers and children in Guatemala

    Providence Health partners with Medical Teams International to fight malnutrition for mothers and children in Guatemala and sees amazing results.

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  • Providence and Swedish announce unified brand in Puget Sound region

    Providence and Swedish announce unified brand in Puget Sound region

    Since affiliating 10 years ago, the organizations have worked together to deliver comprehensive care across Western Washington.

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  • Providence Little Company of Mary Torrance earns top award for Patient Safety Excellence for the 10th straight year

    Providence Little Company of Mary Torrance earns top award for Patient Safety Excellence for the 10th straight year

    Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance has again received the Healthgrades 2022 Patient Safety Excellence Award, placing it in the top 5% of acute care hospitals.

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  • Q&A: Movement Disorders

    Q&A: Movement Disorders

    Treatment of movement disorders is based on a holistic approach at Providence Little Company of Mary.

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  • Intentional acts of kindness

    Intentional acts of kindness

    Providence caregivers find ways to volunteer in their local communities on the Action Hub, reaching beyond the hospital walls and partnering to serve those in need.

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  • Caregivers build community-focused careers at University of Providence

    Caregivers build community-focused careers at University of Providence

    The university offers new graduate-level certificate programs that focus on health equity and the social determinants of health. Two caregivers share why they enrolled.

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  • Building capacity to build community

    Building capacity to build community

    Local partner Health Share of Oregon is using a St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund grant to create stable housing opportunities for those at risk of homelessness.

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  • Driven to serve

    Driven to serve

    The Providence Santa Rosa Mobile Health Clinic in northern California goes where the need is greatest. This mobile health clinic serves the community and removes all barriers to care.

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  • The heroes standing beside our front-line heroes

    The heroes standing beside our front-line heroes

    A Providence physician shares what it’s meant during the pandemic to know her daughter is safe and healthy at Early Childhood Directions, a developmental child care program in Santa Monica, Calif.

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  • The Power of 50 Pounds

    The Power of 50 Pounds

    Dr. Anna McDonald of Swedish shares an amazing story of how a suitcases of supplies saved lives in rural Malawi, Africa, where she serves as medical faculty.

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  • Students celebrate progress in advocating for mental health

    Students celebrate progress in advocating for mental health

    Students gathered for the annual Work2BeWell Teen Mental Health Summit, featuring initiatives they started in schools and a keynote by Haley Hardcastle.

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  • Providence reports year-end 2021 results

    Providence reports year-end 2021 results

    In the second year of the pandemic, the health system reinforced its commitment to its Mission with $1.9 billion in community benefit, which is over $366 million more than pre-pandemic levels.

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