Northwest Washington-Everett

News and insights for Regional Medical Center in Everett, WA

  • Providence Everett first in Snohomish County offering pulsed field ablation

    Providence Everett first in Snohomish County offering pulsed field ablation

    Pulsed field ablation -- a new treatment for atrial fibrillation --is now available at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE). First hospital in Snohomish County to offer this treatment.

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  • Providence Community Cancer Screening Event

    Providence Community Cancer Screening Event

    Providence Community Cancer Screening Event

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  • Children’s Center Offers Free Group Classes in Snohomish County

    Children’s Center Offers Free Group Classes in Snohomish County

    The Providence Children's Center is a place where kids and families can learn about health and wellness in a fun and interactive way.

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  • The crucial role of consent: The yes's and no's of consent

    The crucial role of consent: The yes's and no's of consent

    Lead Legal Advocate Specialist Chelsy Sommer, from the Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse (PICAA) in Everett, Wash., discusses the significance of consent in healthy relationships.

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  • Edmonds phlebotomist brings positivity & love to patients

    Edmonds phlebotomist brings positivity & love to patients

    Phlebotomists play a vital role in Providence Swedish’s ability to deliver high-quality health care to patients. Thank you to all dedicated and skilled phlebotomists.

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  • Abuse Center Advocates Provide Support in Times of Crisis

    Abuse Center Advocates Provide Support in Times of Crisis

    The advocates at the Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse (PICAA) work closely with law enforcement and medical personnel to ensure each victim's rights are protected, and their needs

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  • Ashley Veristain is a nurse and a teacher

    Ashley Veristain is a nurse and a teacher

    February 5-9 is Ambulatory Care Nursing Week. Ambulatory care nurses practice in primary and specialty care outpatient clinics, non-acute surgical and diagnostic outpatient settings and in the telehea

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  • Why regular health checks are vital for women in their 40s

    Why regular health checks are vital for women in their 40s

    Did you know that women in their 40s are at a higher risk of developing certain health conditions, such as breast cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis?

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  • Honoring Providence Swedish IV nurses

    Honoring Providence Swedish IV nurses

    We recognize and appreciate the vital role of #IVNurses in providing safe and effective care to patients who need intravenous therapy.

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  • Providence Swedish supports human trafficking survivors

    Providence Swedish supports human trafficking survivors

    The Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse (PICAA) in Snohomish County is a safe and confidential place where you can receive support, care and resources to heal from your trauma.

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  • Celebrating National Pharmacist Day

    Celebrating National Pharmacist Day

    Celebrating our pharmacists for the difference they make in the health of our patients.

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  • Caregiver Spotlight: Johnathan Smith creates a winter wonderland

    Caregiver Spotlight: Johnathan Smith creates a winter wonderland

    How a hospital food and nutrition manager created an elegant and cozy meal for caregivers

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  • Providence Everett celebrates 1,000 lives changed with Watchman

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett celebrates 1,000th Watchman implant procedure.

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  • Prevent slips and falls this winter

    Prevent slips and falls this winter

    Providence Institute for a Healthier Community offers some tips to help you prevent falls this winter.

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  • Providence Regional Medical Center Everett and United Food and Commercial Workers reach a tentative agreement

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett and United Food and Commercial Workers reach a tentative agreement

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) and United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) have reached a tentative agreement

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  • Winter Workout Safety Tips

    Winter Workout Safety Tips

    Dr. Andrew Gomez with Providence Sports Medicine shares some tips on how to prepare for and prevent common winter hazards so you can have fun and stay fit without compromising your well-being.

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  • Providence Regional Medical Center Everett prepares for nurse strike after union rejects substantial wage increases

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett prepares for nurse strike after union rejects substantial wage increases

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) is prepared to be fully staffed during United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW’s) five-day nursing strike at its two hospital campuses.

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  • Shining a spotlight on Providence Swedish military veterans

    Shining a spotlight on Providence Swedish military veterans

    In recognition of Veteran’s Day, we salute all Providence Swedish North Puget Sound caregivers and physicians who served and continue to serve in the Armed Forces.

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  • Providence Regional Medical Center Everett to remain open during UFCW strike

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett to remain open during UFCW strike

    Our patients and their families can count on the same high quality and safe patient care you have come to expect. We secured the services of qualified, experienced replacement nurses to assist us in m

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  • Providence Regional Medical Center Everett responds to UFCW strike announcement

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett responds to UFCW strike announcement

    Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE) fervently believes that strikes do not settle contracts. In fact, strikes delay contracts. Strikes keep our hard-working and valued nurses from recei

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