Providence is seeing a high number of children with RSV requiring hospitalization. To maximize our resource...
The Oregon Medical Board has received reports of phone scammers impersonating Board investigators. There have been other reports of callers impersonating law enforcement officers or DEA agents.
If you have orders saved on a preference list in Epic, you will need to update the preference list.
Lyn will serve as Oregon’s executive leader for digestive health, in addition to her current duties as executive director for Providence Cancer Institute in Oregon.
Brad Geiger has accepted the newly created role of executive director of specialty clinics. He’ll work with Dr. Dan Oseran, who is continuing as the specialty clinics’ chief medical officer.
Jennifer Gentry and William Olson explain how we’re advocating to support both our valued caregivers and our community.
Ambulatory Rheumatology teams encouraged to learn the new tools and workflows designed to help ease your way.
On Wednesday, Feb. 1, CDC issued a healthy advisory on the outbreak of extensively drug-resistant pseudomonas aeruginosa associated with artificial tears. See a summary of recent updates, along with p
Caregivers and providers are invited to join events featuring expert speakers and industry updates on important topics from our centers of excellence to earn continuing medical education credits.
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Providence Oregon will stop requiring pre-admission COVID testing of most asymptomatic hospital patients. See the details and a review of recent studies supporting the change.
Starting Jan. 17, a new digital assistant tool within Epic called Pearl will help support primary care, express care and urgent care clinicians regarding patients and specialists.
Providence is forming a partnership with Gastroenterology Consultants, PC, to continue access to high-quality, sustainable gastroenterology services in the community.
Screening will be turned on in Epic on Nov. 29. See what will initiate the Ebola risk flag, as well as what to do if someone screens positive for potential Ebola.
Providence is seeing a high number of children with RSV requiring hospitalization. To maximize our resources, the pediatric units at Providence St. Vincent are moving into crisis standards of care.
William shares five reasons he’s thankful for you, along with an ask. Would you please take time to let at least three people here at Providence know you are grateful for them?
Physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses and MAs are invited to take the Epic experience survey.
The updated brochure is a pledge of inclusivity for our patients and our caregivers, in addition to meeting regulatory requirements. See what’s new.
Need assistance with Epic and not sure where to go? New resources are now available for ambulatory physicians, providers and care teams.
If you have received the updated COVID booster, please update your record as soon as possible.
You’re invited to join an upcoming wellness convergence call, with topics centered on well-being, self-stewardship and community.
As of Monday, Nov. 7, Providence Oregon has stopped requiring pre-procedure COVID testing of asymptomatic surgical patients. See the details and a review of recent studies supporting the change.