Providence Health Care
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Soup for the Soul
Wednesdays in October
Enjoy a bowl of soup any Wednesday in October, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit art and music programs for patients through the Arts in Healing program at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital!
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The Future of Cardiac Surgery: Without Surgery
November 20 · 6:30 - 8 p.m. Providence Auditorium
Imagine replacing or repairing a heart valve or having a coronary arterial by-pass graph robotically through small incisions rather than undergoing an invasive surgical procedure. Spokane heart surgeon Dr. Branden Reynolds will explain how many chronic cardiac conditions that once required major open heart surgery can now be treated with much less invasive procedures. Free; refreshments will be served.
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The health of our community goes beyond good medicine
In 2013, Providence offered $30 million in free and discounted care so the uninsured and underinsured could access health care. This charity care is a part of Providence’s total community benefit of $133 million.
Read the Providence 2013 Eastern Washington Community Benefit Report
Providence Occupational Medicine
Our new program coordinates all aspects of an injured worker's care across Providence's integrated delivery system. This will shorten recovery time, increase patient and employer satisfaction and result in better outcomes.
Learn More about the New Spokane Occupational Medicine Clinic
Providence Medical Park - Spokane Valley
Our Spokane Valley Medical Park is designed for patient convenience and comfort. You can visit your primary care doctor, have lab work and imaging services, plus follow-up with a specialist — all in one location!
View the Providence Medical Park Website
Providence is …
A Family of Care
Take an in-depth look at the complete circle of care that Providence provides, including hospitals, adult day care, assisted living, visiting nurses, a nursing home and more.