Finding a lump in his neck, Jim Reynolds began a journey of fighting an HPV-related cancer that led him to Bryan Bell, M.D., a head and neck cancer surgeon with Providence Cancer Institute. In this KPTV Health Watch news story, learn about Jim's treatment and how the human papilloma virus vaccine can help prevent cancer.
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Together, Oregon’s hospitals took home 19 awards in the nation’s premier recognition program for environmental performance in health care.
As a health care organization founded by incredibly strong women, Providence’s history is proudly steeped in the traditions of our foundresses, the sisters of St. Joseph and the sisters of Providence.
Growing the Providence Swedish comprehensive women’s health care program in the South Puget Sound, to bring the highest level of specialty services for women in our community.
Attend a FREE lecture at QVMC on June 29, 2023 at 6 p.m.
Hospital receives two national awards for commitment to best practices
Providence medical experts offer the most updated information about research and treatment options for breast and pancreatic cancer patients in two free virtual talks for patients and caregivers.
Attend a FREE live virtual lecture on spine care from our experts on June 22, 2023 at 5:30 p.m.
This marks the fourth time in five years that Providence Holy Cross is honored with this recognition.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance (PLCMT) was recognized on Newsweek’s annual list of America’s Best Maternity Hospitals 2023.
New investigator-initiated trial at Providence to evaluate a triple combination of medications for treating melanoma, and two new studies evaluating medication combinations to treat AML.
Providence St. Joseph Hospital rated among best U.S. Maternity Hospitals on Newsweek’s 2023 List
Providence researchers awarded an R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health which provides funding for projects with potential to significantly advance biomedical research.
Clinical Decision Unit: New area helps meet community need
A free virtual online class hosted by Providence Cancer Institute will highlight what to eat during cancer treatments, how to manage side effects and how to speed healing.
Patrice Krant had arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia. Her heart was failing, but thanks to Providence Heart Institute, she’s now feeling great a year after her life-saving surgery.
As a leader of a hospital that truly believes in a mission to safely care for the communities we serve, it’s difficult when any type of service can no longer be provided, especially when the patients