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Adolescent medicine addresses concerns facing adolescents and teens, such as reproductive health, weight management and eating disorders, psychosomatic concerns, and overall well-being.
Anticoagulation and Pharmacotherapy
Providence provides convenient care for patients undergoing anticoagulant therapy. We work closely with your family doctor to monitor your therapy.
Assault and Abuse Services
The professionals at Providence know recovery from sexual or physical and domestic violence is a lengthy process. Recovery and healing is a personal journey.
Providence offers outpatient psychiatric care, medication management and psychiatric consultations. If you or someone you know is struggling with life events, substance abuse, or are living with a known mental illness, Providence Psychiatry can provide the support you need.
Bowel disorders involve the inability of the body to control bowel functions. This may be related to an underlying bowel disorder or to the muscles of the pelvic floor.
For our patients, what matters most is being able to stay close to home without compromising on comprehensive cancer care. We offer advanced treatments, a team of cancer experts and a broad range of support services – all in proximity to family, friends and the support of your community.
Cardiac catheterization, often referred to as "heart cath," is an X-ray study of the heart used to diagnose and treat cardiovascular conditions.
Cardiac Imaging includes echocardiography, nuclear cardiac imaging, CT angiography and cardiac MRI. Your cardiac physician may order imaging tests to diagnosis your condition.
Cardiac Rehabilitation involves exercise, education and professional medical guidance designed to help you recover safely from a cardiac procedure.
Cardiac Surgery Single Stay Unit
The unit consists of patient rooms with private bathrooms, and the most technologically advanced equipment available, allowing for the best possible cardiac surgery patient care.
The board certified cardiologists at Providence will evaluate your condition, recommend a treatment plan tailored to you and help you learn how to best manage your heart health.
Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
Coronary artery bypass surgery utilizes a healthy blood vessel removed from your leg, arm or chest wall. These grafts are then implanted on to the heart’s surface to allow blood flow to bypass the narrowed or blocked arteries. Although both veins and arteries can be used, our surgeons use arteries when possible because studies have shown that they remain open longer than veins.
Computed tomography (CT) Scan
CT scans, also known as CAT scans, obtain multiple cross-sectional images of the body by using special X-rays and computer enhancement to create an image many times more sensitive than a simple X-ray.
Providence medical imaging services ensure the highest standard of patient care and excellence in performance, interpretation and delivery of cost-effective imaging services.
Bone densitometry uses special X-ray equipment to quickly and accurately measure the density of bones. This measurement helps doctors identify people who have osteoporosis, predict someone's risk for fractures of the hip and spine and monitor changes in bone density over time.
Emergency departments see patients based on severity of their illness, medical symptoms or injuries, not on a first-come, first-served basis. It is necessary to be clear and specific when describing your illness. This helps to provide the best possible medical care as quickly as possible.
Head Trauma and Injury Treatment
Neurosurgeons are prepared address a vast array of injuries and head trauma cases, including open-skull injuries, intracranial hemorrhage, subdural hematomas, concussions and spine fractures.
Heart Valve Surgery
Heart valves such as the mitral, aortic and triscuspid valves may require surgical treatment when they are not properly pumping blood through the heart. Most operations are performed on the mitral or aortic valves, both located in the left side of the heart.
Infectious disease specialists diagnose, treat and prevent infections caused by microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites, and team with experts from other sub-specialties to determine the diagnosis and best course of treatment for diseases like West Nile virus, new strains of E.coli and HIV/AIDS.
Infusion & Pharmacy Services
Clinical pharmacists work closely with the patient’s physician and the infusion nurse and dietitian to coordinate care for all prescribed therapies.
Inpatient rehabilitation therapy is focused on giving you the skills and support to stay at home after leaving the hospital. Therapy often revolves around improving mobility and self-care skills such as dressing, bathing, feeding and toileting.
Many conditions that formerly required open-heart surgery can now be treated with nonsurgical interventional procedures which use techniques and technologies that typically minimize pain, risk and recovery time.
Interventional radiology, or image-guided surgery, is a sub-specialty of radiology where minimally invasive procedures are performed using image guidance.
When a joint is so severely damaged by disease or injury, a joint replacement may be considered.
For women who aren’t having any breast cancer symptoms, we offer a screening mammogram, an X-ray test of the breasts (mammary glands) used to screen for breast problems, such as a lump, and whether a lump is fluid-filled (a cyst) or a solid mass.
Maternity and Birthing
We provide comprehensive care during your pregnancy, and we will arrange for continuity follow-up care for the you and your new baby following delivery.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a test that lets your doctor see detailed pictures of the inside of your body. MRI combines the use of strong magnets and radio waves to form an MRI image.
Physicians use nuclear imaging to identify the arrangement and function of an organ, tissue or bone in the body.
Occupational therapy helps people with physical, developmental or emotional disabilities lead independent, productive and fulfilling lives.
Our orthopedic doctors work as a team with physical therapists to keep people healthy and active. To help minimize the risk of injury, we provide information on fall prevention, flexibility, conditioning and prevention.
Palliative or supportive care is medical care focused on relief of the pain, symptoms and stress of serious illnesses like cancer, dementia, heart disease, lung disease and multiple sclerosis. Unlike hospice, palliative care is appropriate for patients in all disease stages, including those undergoing treatment for curable illnesses and people living with chronic diseases, as well as patients who are nearing the end of life and need comfort care.
Our multidisciplinary approach to pediatric occupational, physical and speech therapies offers a unique advantage to the children we treat.
A positron emission tomography (PET) scan is a type of nuclear medicine imaging test. It is used to examine various body tissues to identify certain conditions by looking at blood flow, metabolism, and oxygen use. PET scans may also be used to see how well the treatment of certain diseases is working.
Physical therapists diagnose and treat patients of all ages who have medical conditions, health-related problems or injuries that limit their ability to move and perform functional activities of daily life. The goal of physical therapy is to get you back to daily activity without pain as safely and quickly as possible.
Our trusted professionals provide primary care providers with guidance on medications, diagnosis or recommendations for ongoing care.
Psychiatric Outpatient Services
Our board-certified team provides psychiatry services for patients of all ages who require intensive evaluation and treatment for acute mental illness in a safe environment. We provide individualized treatment plans and offer a multi-disciplinary approach in which we consult with doctors of other sub-specialties.
Pulmonary Function Testing
The full service pulmonary function testing lab is operated by experienced staff members that perform testing in a safe setting, making patient comfort a priority.
Radiation therapy used high-energy radiation to destroy the cancer cells' ability to divide and multiply. It can precisely target specific tumors without damaging the surrounding tissue. Radiation oncologists are the specialized physicians who treat patients needing radiation therapy.
Sometimes, after a serious illness, surgery or illness, you need rehabilitation to help you recover. Our team includes licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and exercise physiologists.
Speech or language pathologists focus on evaluating, diagnosing and treating people with oral communication disorders. Speech therapists are instrumental in preventing problems related to speech, language, cognitive communication, voice and fluency. This includes both receptive (understanding speech) and expressive (speaking) communication problems. Speech therapists also treat people with swallowing disorders due to stroke, brain injury or nervous system impairments.
Our chaplains and spiritual care team supports all patients and their families inclusive and respectful of all spiritual beliefs.
At Providence hospitals, patient safety is a top priority. Patients who undergo surgery at Providence hospitals can rest assured, knowing that their surgeons have access to leading-edge technology and equipment. By using advanced techniques, surgeons can make safe, effective treatment plans.
Ultrasound is a test that uses reflected sound waves to produce an image of organs and other structures in the body.
Wound Care specializes in the treatment of a variety of conditions such as arterial, venous and diabetic wounds; pressure ulcers; burns and hard-to-heal surgical or traumatic injuries.
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