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 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.
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Supportive bidders and guests helped us set a new fundraising record to benefit those in need with health care, housing and hospice services at the 32nd annual Providence O'Christmas Trees gala and dinner on Nov. 30, 2016.
Providence Regional Medical Center and Sodexo hosted gatherings Oct. 14 and 15 to encourage healthy eating habits and nutrition awareness among Latino families.
People traveling to distant (and not so distant) lands now can get their travel immunizations through Providence Medical Group Occupational Medicine on Chase Street in Walla Walla, WA.
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.
The three-year contract will ensure patients enrolled in Premera’s employer-sponsored health benefits plan have access to Providence doctors, clinics and hospitals.
Steve Burdick, who turns 61 in November, has served as the chief executive of Providence in Walla Walla since September, 2006.
The purchase will allow Providence to fulfill a community need for greater access to primary care and outpatient surgical care in Walla Walla.