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  • Grateful patients thank providers, care teams - Jan. 2021

    Grateful patients thank providers, care teams - Jan. 2021

    Being a provider or other member of the care team requires years of training, sometimes long hours, and emotional conversations with patients and their families.

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  • Women and Children’s leader John McDonald, M.D., to retire

    Women and Children’s leader John McDonald, M.D., to retire

    After 34 years as a Providence physician leader, including his current role as medical director for Providence Women and Children’s Services, John McDonald, M.D., will retire in March.

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  • Health care issues in Oregon’s 2021 legislative session

    Health care issues in Oregon’s 2021 legislative session

    The Oregon Legislature convened earlier this month for the 2021 session, facing more challenges than usual because of COVID-19, as well as federal and state political unrest.

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  • First “Jaw in a Day” surgery on West Coast for oral cancer

    First “Jaw in a Day” surgery on West Coast for oral cancer

    Providence Cancer Institute oral, head and neck surgeons have successfully completed the Jaw in a Day® procedure on a patient with a malignant tumor. The first surgical team to do so on the West Coast

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  • EMTALA: New Providence process and three case studies

    EMTALA: New Providence process and three case studies

    To better support our providers, on-call specialists and emergency departments, Providence has developed a team of experts to help prevent violations of the federal “anti-dumping” law known as EMTALA.

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  • Vaccine eligibility: See new guide from OHA on who's eligible now, who's next

    Vaccine eligibility: See new guide from OHA on who's eligible now, who's next

    Oregon is continuing to prioritize phase 1a, which includes health care personnel, residents in long-term care or treatment programs and certain other high-risk individuals.

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  • Masks are still required after receiving COVID vaccine

    Masks are still required after receiving COVID vaccine

    While the COVID-19 vaccine is critical to stopping the pandemic, it is not the only effort.

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  • COVID Vaccine Update

    COVID Vaccine Update

    Providence and its family of organizations are preparing to administer COVID-19 vaccines, when available.

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  • Melvin's story of hope

    Melvin's story of hope

    How Providence and the Better Outcomes Thru Bridges program helped Melvin Williams on his path to better wellbeing.

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  • Noteworthy - December 2020

    Noteworthy - December 2020

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  • Healthy Birth Initiative supports healthier pregnancies and births for Black families

    Healthy Birth Initiative supports healthier pregnancies and births for Black families

    Black birthing patients in the U.S. are 4 to 5 times more likely to die in childbirth than their white counterparts

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  • Registry launched to improve care for Black patients with MS

    Registry launched to improve care for Black patients with MS

    Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center, in partnership with leading African American neurologists across the United States, has launched a first-of-its-kind effort to identify Black people with MS.

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  • Study finds screenings, family medicine providers key to detecting lung cancer

    Study finds screenings, family medicine providers key to detecting lung cancer

    Family physicians are crucial partners in the battle against lung cancer.

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  • Successful heart transplants performed; hospital wing renamed

    Successful heart transplants performed; hospital wing renamed

    Providence Heart Institute has performed five heart transplants since July, with plans to perform up to 12 transplants by summer 2021.

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  • Adoptive cellular therapy for head and neck cancer

    Adoptive cellular therapy for head and neck cancer

    Providence Cancer Institute is the only center in the Pacific Northwest to offer a groundbreaking study of adoptive T-cell therapy ADP-A2M4 in combination with the checkpoint inhibitor pembrolizumab.

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  • Current visitor policy for Oregon region

    Current visitor policy for Oregon region

    As the COVID surge continues, we are returning to our regionwide visitation policy of one visitor per patient stay.

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  • Surgery changes announced for Providence

    Surgery changes announced for Providence

    Due to the dramatic surge in COVID cases over the past few weeks, there will be temporary limits on surgeries and invasive procedures starting Dec. 3.

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  • Grateful patients thank providers, care teams

    Grateful patients thank providers, care teams

    Being a provider or other member of the care team requires years of training, sometimes long hours, and emotional conversations with patients and their families.

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  • MR Linac a ‘game changer’ for cancer patients needing radiation treatments

    MR Linac a ‘game changer’ for cancer patients needing radiation treatments

    Providence Cancer Institute now offers radiation treatments using the latest technology called the MR Linac, which uses MRI-guided radiation that can be modified in real time for pinpoint accuracy.

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  • Registry launched to improve care for Black patients with MS

    Registry launched to improve care for Black patients with MS

    Providence Multiple Sclerosis Center, in partnership with leading African American neurologists across the United States, has launched a first-of-its-kind effort to identify Black people with MS.

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