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Construction on children’s clinic in Everett to begin soon

February 24, 2017

EVERETT — Construction is scheduled to begin in May on Seattle Children’s $25 million clinic here. It will provide both specialty and urgent care services.

Snohomish County fights to reduce opiate overdose deaths

February 21, 2017

EVERETT — It’s been an alarming trend that’s continued for several years — Snohomish County has some of the state’s highest death rates from opiate overdoses.

WSU medical students to spend some time training in Everett

February 13, 2017

EVERETT — Washington State University’s new medical school program kicks off in August. One of the first activities for some of those students will be a trip to Everett.

Beanies given to dads and newborns to promote heart health

February 04, 2017

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett and the Providence Institute for a Healthier Community are celebrating Healthy Heart Awareness during February in partnership with Fodada, a father-centric clothing line.

Paramedics, doctors can share patient records with new system

December 18, 2016

EVERETT — Diagnosing a patient is not always a clear science. A new electronic medical-records system is making this process more accurate and safer.

Thanks for generous support of Festival of Trees

December 17, 2016

Thanks to the support of our amazing donors, sponsors, volunteers, tree designers and Providence General Foundation staff, the 31st annual Festival of Trees celebration broke all records, raising more than $1 million in support of Children’s Services at Providence Regional Medical Center.

Collaborating for Better Healthcare

December 08, 2016

Join an online community where influencers like you are invited to share your opinions and shape the future of health care.

Sister Dorothy Klingele, longtime Providence nun, dies at 90

October 28, 2016

Everett’s original Providence Hospital had a work force of 14 — three lay people and 11 Roman Catholic nuns. That was in 1905, when the hospital was run by the Sisters of Providence. Sister Dorothy Klingele built upon that legacy of service in Everett.

Ebola Preparedness Continues in Washington Hospitals

November 17, 2014

Using guidelines established by CDC, hospitals throughout the state—including three from Providence—are making plans to rapidly identify, isolate and safely evaluate people with suspected Ebola.

Update on infectious disease preparedness at Providence

October 22, 2014

Providence Health & Services is prepared with infectious disease protocols and for the possibility of managing both suspected and confirmed Ebola patients.