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News in 2017

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Strike out Stroke with the Seattle Mariners

May 04, 2017

Come help us Strike Out Stroke at Safeco Field on May 20 as the Mariners take on the Chicago White Sox. Providence caregivers will be at the game sharing educational information on stroke prevention and treatment. Tickets should be purchased online using promo code: STROKE

Breaking Ground on the New Eastern Washington Behavioral Health Hospital

May 01, 2017

Providence and Fairfax Behavioral Health are celebrating the next step in their joint venture to build a 100-bed freestanding behavioral health hospital in Spokane, WA.

Volunteer Claire Murphy lives our Mission at the Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse

April 21, 2017
Claire Murphy has been easing the way of vulnerable patients at Providence since 2008. Claire is an Everett native, currently studying at University of Washington School of Medicine. She began volunteering at the Pavilion for Women and Children and is now serving the community as an advocate at the Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse.

Safe Kids Kit for preteen safety

April 21, 2017
Pre-teens are looking for more freedom to make their own choices. This Safe Kids Kit provided by Safe Kids Worldwide provides easy-to-use resources to protect your pre-teen.

Why the Jones family marches for babies

April 21, 2017
For the Jones family of Lake Goodwin, March for Babies is an event that is close to their hearts. Mom of two Megan Jones has participated in the March for Babies walk with her family every year since 2012 in memory of her daughter Kennedy.

Spokane Physician Honored by National Kidney Foundation

April 21, 2017

Katherine Tuttle, MD, Executive Director of Providence Medical Research Center in Spokane, WA, has been selected to receive the prestigious 2017 Garabed Eknoyan Award during the Foundation's 26th annual Spring Clinical Meetings in Orlando, Florida.

Spokane Hospital Designated a Special Pathogens Treatment Center

April 19, 2017

Sacred Heart Medical Center is designated by the US Department of Health & Human Services as one of 10 regional special pathogen treatment centers in the country, serving Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Alaska.

Providence Institute for a Healthier Community highlights heart health at Stilly Resource Fair

April 13, 2017
Providence Institute for a Healthier Community participated in the Stilly Resource Fair on April 12th, held at the Stillaguamish Senior Center in Arlington. The seniors in attendance were able to participate in free health screenings, acupuncture, immunizations, social service and holistic health information.

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder event on April 24

April 06, 2017

On April 24, join Bryan Robison, PsyD and Amanda Barton, MS-CCC-SLP for a presentation on the core deficits of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Living our Mission through Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse

April 06, 2017
Learn how caregivers at the Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse are providing compassionate care to some of our most vulnerable patients and working with community partners to support victims of assault and abuse.