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Pacific Neuroscience Institute clinical study results published in Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Health center named a Best Hospital for Maternity Care by U.S. News & World Report for its dedication to providing high-quality services to women and their families.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Barbara Lazio and neuro critical care nurse Francis Moore, RN, volunteered with the Neurosurgery & Neurology Institute (NNI) of Solidarity Bridge in Sucre, Bolivia.
Providence Cancer Institute is offering a phase III trial for patients with gynecologic cancers and two early phase trials that will study new medications in treating solid tumors.
The Providence Center for Weight Management's bariatric surgery program has been recognized for high-quality distinctions from Healthgrades.
Providence Mission Hospital is pleased to announce that Dr. Melanie Wolf will serve as our new Chief Medical Officer.
Providence is seeing many children with RSV. Under guidance from OHA, we have activated crisis standards of care in pediatric units at Providence Portland Medical Center.
Providence funds the community health worker program that enables community health workers to slowly build trust in vulnerable communities and create bridges to critical health and social services.
Bringing her closer to her caregivers, Cynthia Herrera has benefited from a new, leading-edge cancer intelligence platform recently deployed at Providence Saint John’s and developed by Project Ronin.
Dr. Daniel Gilbert, DO, a Providence Medical Group urologist, is partnering with Boston Scientific to host a Men's Health Webinar on Dec. 5 at 6 p.m.
Providence currently accepting applications for an Immuno-Oncology Research Fellowship being offered through Earle A. Chiles Research Institute.
As part of the Pet Assisted Wellness Services (PAWS) program, Kiska is one of a select handful of dogs to spread cheer to those facing medical challenges.
Providence Alaska diverted staff, resources and equipment to this clinic to help ensure these vulnerable Anchorage residents receive the health care they need – when they need it.
In 2020 Providence earmarked $3 million to help area nonprofit programs provide shelter for Anchorage’s homeless population.
Providence Alaska contributed $49,500 to help Stepping Stones childcare in Valdez get back on track under new management.
Providence contributed $10,000 to help the Seward Ministerial Association continue its good works, filling in the gaps to help lift up those in need.
Recognizing the need to help the center do its job, Providence Alaska contributed nearly $28,000 last year so that the Kodiak center could enhance its meal delivery program.
The Children’s Lunchbox, a program of Bean’s Cafe, has played a vital role in feeding hungry children since 1998, but in 2020 it stepped up its efforts even more.
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