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Shelton resident Bill Kysor, 73, was not entirely surprised when he got his prostate cancer diagnosis. “It was not unexpected,” he says. “There’s family history.”
Melissa Hansen, 51, spends most of her day playing with and caring for her energetic young grandson, Eli.
Go virtual: Classes, support groups now meet online
It’s not uncommon for men 50 years and older to feel like their bladder is running their life. As men age, they may start getting up throughout the night more frequently and find themselves always on
The Providence Sexual Assault Clinic and Child Maltreatment Center opened a new clinic located at 3020 Willamette Dr. NE, in Lacey.
Michael Covey, patient at Providence Regional Cancer System – Lacey, sets new standards of success for clinical research program
Darren Redick named Chief Executive for Providence Northwest Service Area
Providence Mount Carmel Hospital in Colville has been recognized as a 2021 Top 100 Critical Access Hospital. It is one of only two hospitals in Washington to make the list.
Join us on Facebook Live as we sit down with Providence’s Ben Howie, MD.
Express care re-opening in SWWA.
Lewis County’s first baby of 2021, a baby girl named Karinna, was delivered at 9:52 a.m. on Jan. 4 at Providence Centralia Hospital.
Providence is committed to reducing energy and water consumption to become carbon negative by 2030. Learn more.
Providence Health Care and St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute have developed a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) residency program with the first group of residents to begin in 2021.
How one collaboration is mobilizing a comprehensive community response. Robin was living what many would consider an ideal life. He had a loving wife and family and a successful health
Thanks to the generous gift of organ donation—and the comprehensive transplant program at Providence—Brian Starr is getting a second chance at life.
Having served in Catholic health care for more than 40 years and at Providence for nearly 34 years, Elaine Couture, Providence executive vice president and regional chief executive for Washington and
Whenever Cameron Tweedy wants to remind himself how far he’s come, all he has to do is glance down at his arm. A tattoo displays the date his life changed forever: July 23, 2019.
Providence Health Care awarded Spokane County Health Officer Bob Lutz, MD, MPH, and the team at Spokane Regional Health District as the 2020 recipients of the Sister Peter Claver Humanitarian Award.