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Providence Alaska recently opened its newest ExpressCare clinic in Wasilla, bringing care that’s where and when you need it to the Mat-Su Valley.
Researchers at Providence Cancer Institute are studying how well two surgical procedures work in reducing the risk of ovarian cancer for women with BRCA1 mutations.
The St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund (SJCPF) and Providence Alaska are awarding a grant to the Alaska Literacy Program as part of the Fund’s new Providence Community Capacity Initiative.
Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center announced today that The DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System is now available to minimize hair loss from chemotherapy.
Saint John’s Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center is expanding its clinical opportunities for post-residency graduates through its inaugural Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship.
The experts at Saint John’s offer a toolkit for weight loss, tailored to each patient and their needs and based on physical factors as well as behavioral health issues.
For more information about the Providence Little Company of Mary Bariatric Wellness Program, please visit our website or call our Program Coordinator, Colette Micko at 310-303-5613.
As we navigate our current COVID surge and the enormous pressure it puts on all health care workers, we ask for your patience in areas where our services may be delayed or rescheduled due to limited o
Providence Alaska has hired Kenneth D. McCoy Jr. as its first region Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Officer beginning Feb. 14, 2022.
Currently, Providence Little Company of Mary is the first and only health system in the area utilizing this transformative technology.
A star surgeon who treats patients like celebrities? Yep!
Providence Little Company of Mary 2022 San Pedro Community Update
Providence Alaska’s Executive Leadership Team and Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center’s Community Advisory Board have awarded $200,000 in grants to six local organizations.
How Providence caregivers helped a young mother of four navigate COVID-19 and overcome a devastating cancer diagnosis.
Big thanks to Cathy and Richard Hubbell, whose generous donations have supported many fantastic improvements and technology across our hospital!
Medicare recipients qualify for an annual exam designed to enhance health and quality of life.
Our new visitor policy went into effect on Dec. 3, 2021
A new study at Providence Cancer Institute tests the effectiveness of an experimental treatment and chemotherapy to inhibit tumor growth in people with lung cancer.
Kelly Mahay remembers when she wanted to become a nurse. Fresh out of college and armed with a health sciences degree with a focus on rural public health, Mahay traveled to Honduras.