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News in 2014

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Providence Leadership Changes in Stevens County

December 12, 2014

Ron Rehn, a longtime resident and health care leader in Stevens County, will become chief executive of Providence Health Care in Stevens County.

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.

Providence Ambulatory Surgery Center in Spokane Valley approved

October 23, 2014

The Washington State Department of Health has authorized Providence to establish four operating rooms in Spokane Valley to serve both adult and pediatric surgery patients.

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.

National Geographic Fellow, Longevity Expert to Visit Spokane

October 15, 2014

National Geographic Fellow and longevity expert Dan Buettner is coming to Spokane, WA to present an free eye-opening discussion on how to live a longer, healthier life.

Spokane Program Recognized for Strategic Innovation

October 09, 2014

Five programs received the President’s Award for Strategic Innovation at the annual Providence Healthy Communities Summit, including one lead by caregivers in Spokane, WA that reduces patients' exposure to medical imaging radiation.

Crisis Nursery Founder Receives Providence Award

October 08, 2014

Bill Bialkowsky, founder of the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery in Spokane, WA, is the recipient of the 2014 Providence Health Care Sister Peter Claver Humanitarian Award.

Providence O'Christmas Trees celebrates 30th anniversary with high expectations and tribute to past presenting artists

September 11, 2014
For the past 30 years Providence O’ Christmas Trees has wowed the community with a spectacular fundraiser that rings in the holiday season and benefits those served by Providence Senior and Community Services.

Author Beth Baker and PBS Television Host Terry Tazioli to offer free book talk about creating community as we grow older

September 09, 2014
Author Beth Baker and Terry Tazioli, PBS television host of Well Read, will offer a free book talk about Baker’s new book, "With a Little Help from Our Friends – Creating Community as We Grow Older," on Sunday, Sept. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m., at Plymouth Congregational church in downtown Seattle.

Investing in community's health is part of Providence's mission

August 28, 2014

Everett, WA - Investing in community's health is part of Providence's mission