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When a Snohomish County resident had a 10-year workplace injury claim that was “in limbo,” Providence’s Occupational Medicine teams implemented a plan to get the patient back to work.
We offer care for every step of the pregnancy care process, friendly and knowledgeable nurses, and state-of-the-art neonatal care.
Working toward health equity in our community
Providence’s Sleep Medicine clinic — the only hospital-based sleep lab in Snohomish County accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
With the help of Providence Spokane Heart Institute, Greg Soumokil was given a artificial heart.
In 2021, more patients treated at PRMCE went home compared to any other 500-700 bed hospital or 300+ discharge hospital in Washington state. Learn more about how PRMCE can help with stroke care.
Sisters Cami Green and Kristi Hardie were both diagnosed with breast cancer, and credit the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership in Everett for providing excellent care close to home.
We know how important visitors are and the decision to limit visitation is incredibly difficult. We appreciate the understanding and support of our community.
Family OB physicians offer personalized care throughout pregnancy, birth, and beyond for mother and child.
Providence Northwest Washington responds to Omicron variant spreading in our community.
Primary care physicians help navigate your care for the best overall health outcomes.
During Breast Cancer Awareness month schedule genetic testing.
A nurse at Providence in Spokane shares how she found hope in her family as she struggled with infertility. Watch now.
A story of how 15 nurses working in the same maternity center shared the journey into parenthood together. Watch now.
The Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk family gives $5 million to advance stroke care at Providence Regional Medical Center.
Providence Regional Medical Center among U.S. News & World Report's Best Regional Hospitals.
Providence St. Peter Hospital has been recognized as a Best Hospital for 2021-22 by U.S. News & World Report.
Dr. Jeremy Nicolarsen and Melissa Faucher talk about their journey to overcome the challenges of CHD. Watch now.