Regional Blog & News

Insights and perspectives across the Providence health system

  • Breast Cancer Diagnosis Doesn’t Slow Down Spin Instructor

    Breast Cancer Diagnosis Doesn’t Slow Down Spin Instructor

    As a retired nurse and current fitness instructor, Lorraine Clarke is a health advocate for everyone in her life. Sometimes though, it is easy to forget about one’s own healthy practices.

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  • Disney Family Cancer Center now offers expedited  appointments for urgent breast concerns

    Disney Family Cancer Center now offers expedited appointments for urgent breast concerns

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  • Trunk or Treat at The Queen

    Trunk or Treat at The Queen

    For the first time since 2019, Queen of the Valley is planning to host their annual Trunk or Treat event in-person, outdoors (in lieu of a drive-through event) on October 28 from 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

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  • Health systems act to ensure state provides treatment for the civilly committed

    Health systems act to ensure state provides treatment for the civilly committed

    To protect vulnerable Oregonians, Legacy Health, PeaceHealth and Providence are coming together to ensure OHA provides adequate mental health treatment capacity for civilly committed individuals.

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  • Community Health Investment programs at Queen of the Valley featured in local story

    Community Health Investment programs at Queen of the Valley featured in local story

    Childhood obesity: a growing problem in both Napa County and California

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  • Our commitment to caring for the poor and vulnerable has never been stronger

    Our commitment to caring for the poor and vulnerable has never been stronger

    The statement below is Providence’s full response to a story published in the New York Times on Sept. 24.

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  • Read the press release

    Read the press release

    Providence partners with TGR Foundation, a Tiger Woods Charity, to address health disparities, create career paths for youth

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  • Our Neighborhood Market and Health Fair has been rescheduled to Oct. 5

    Our Neighborhood Market and Health Fair has been rescheduled to Oct. 5

    We are pleased to share we have rescheduled our last Neighborhood Market. It will be held Weds., October 5 in our new location--the parking lot near the Outpatient Lab.

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  • Hear the latest in gynecologic cancer treatments and research at free virtual event

    Hear the latest in gynecologic cancer treatments and research at free virtual event

    Hear the latest news in gynecologic cancer treatments and research at a free virtual speaker series presented by Providence Foundations of Oregon and Providence Cancer Institute.

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  • Latest treatments for irregular heartbeat can replace medications

    Latest treatments for irregular heartbeat can replace medications

    Dr. Shephal Doshi leads the nation in fixes for atrial fibrillation and arrhythmia

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  • Providence Saint John's celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Providence Saint John's celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Please join us for a series of events and activities throughout October

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  • Queen of the Valley Medical Center named on the Cal Hospital Compare Maternity Care Honor Roll.

    Queen of the Valley Medical Center named on the Cal Hospital Compare Maternity Care Honor Roll.

    The Center for Maternal and Infant Care at Queen of the Valley Medical Center has been named on the Cal Hospital Compare Maternity Care Honor Roll.

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  • St. Joseph Hospital receives $100k for Better Birthing Program

    St. Joseph Hospital receives $100k for Better Birthing Program

    The CARESTAR Foundation is pleased to announce the 2022 recipient of the Leighton Memorial Award is the Better Birthing Coalition, a local partnership between the K'ima:w Medical Center and Providence

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  • Remote visual monitoring team offers ‘another set of eyes’ where needed most

    Remote visual monitoring team offers ‘another set of eyes’ where needed most

    Providence’s team of certified nursing assistants use technology to keep some of our most vulnerable patients safe, 24 hours a day, without ever stepping foot inside their rooms.

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  • Understanding lymphoma: Get the facts at a free virtual education event on Sept. 28

    Understanding lymphoma: Get the facts at a free virtual education event on Sept. 28

    Providence hematology expert offers the most updated information about lymphoma, treatment options and helpful community resources.

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  • Providence in Humboldt Announces New Chief Executive

    Providence in Humboldt Announces New Chief Executive

    Providence in Humboldt County is pleased to announce that Darian Harris has been appointed the new chief executive for Providence St. Joseph Hospital and Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital.

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  • Stage four cancer patient climbs Mount Whitney

    Stage four cancer patient climbs Mount Whitney

    After making it to the top of the tallest peak, Adam knows he can handle any incline that comes his way, with our Mission family supporting him with every step.

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  • New trial is first to study targeted therapy combination for treating thyroid cancer

    New trial is first to study targeted therapy combination for treating thyroid cancer

    New investigator-initiated clinical trial available only at Providence Cancer Institute will evaluate the safety and efficacy of targeted therapy combination for treating thyroid cancer.

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  • Providence Alaska Medical Center honored as top health care provider in Alaska

    Providence Alaska Medical Center honored as top health care provider in Alaska

    Providence Alaska Medical Center has once again been recognized as the top health care provider in Alaska in the U.S. News & World Report 2022-2023 Best Hospitals rankings.

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  • Free virtual symposium for people with melanoma offers updates on advances in care

    Free virtual symposium for people with melanoma offers updates on advances in care

    Providence experts share their insights on recent advances in melanoma research and care, and tips on communicating with loved ones in a live virtual symposium on Oct. 7.

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