Providence Health and Services

Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse, known as PICAA, in Everett, WA, helps survivors of sexual assault find justice and healing.

Abuse survivors are seen and heard at Providence intervention center

Sara* didn’t expect to learn just how vulnerable survivors of domestic and…

 

Providence’s Family Maternity Center at the Pavilion for Women and Children in Everett offers care to expectant parents from start to finish.

Providence Everett’s Labor & Delivery Center is a one-stop shop for pregnancy care

When Snohomish County couple Joshua and Tessa discovered they were…

 

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett’s Occupational Medicine clinic in Mill Creek provides prompt, comprehensive health services.

Providence’s Occupational Medicine Clinic helps local employees get back to work

When a Snohomish County resident had a 10-year workplace injury claim that…

 

Matthew Bohl, manager of Providence’s Sleep Medicine clinic -- the only hospital-based sleep lab in Snohomish County accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Providence’s Sleep Medicine clinic aids in improved sleep and overall health

Providence Everett’s Sleep Medicine clinic encourages the community to seek a better night’s sleep to aid in cardiac health, weight management, and general wellness. EVERETT… Continue reading

Matthew Bohl, manager of Providence’s Sleep Medicine clinic -- the only hospital-based sleep lab in Snohomish County accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
From help with nursing a premature infant to offering tips on keeping other family members involved, our experienced, board-certified lactation nurses are here to help you successfully breastfeed your baby.

Providence Everett’s Lactation and Post-Partum Clinic offers support for new parents

Washington State has one of the highest percentages of parents who choose breastfeeding at the time an infant is born, but starting or… Continue reading

From help with nursing a premature infant to offering tips on keeping other family members involved, our experienced, board-certified lactation nurses are here to help you successfully breastfeed your baby.
Sisters Cami Green and Kristi Hardie were both diagnosed with breast cancer, and credit the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership in Everett for providing excellent care close to home.

Providence’s High-Risk Cancer Clinic in Everett provides hope for sisters

Sisters Cami Green and Kristi Hardie were both diagnosed with breast cancer, and credit the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership in Everett for providing excellent care… Continue reading

Sisters Cami Green and Kristi Hardie were both diagnosed with breast cancer, and credit the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership in Everett for providing excellent care close to home.
Dr. Sharma is the program director of EP cardiology and practices at Providence Medical Group - North Everett Cardiology.

Good news for heart patients: Providence now offers EP cardiology care

Dr. Sandeep Sharma brings electrophysiology heart rhythm expertise and a “device clinic” concept

Dr. Sharma is the program director of EP cardiology and practices at Providence Medical Group - North Everett Cardiology.
Providence Medical Group’s Marysville and Mill Creek clinics have Family OB physicians who are available to care for you throughout your pregnancy and beyond. Visit Providence.org/doctors to learn more.

Thinking about having a baby?

With the right healthcare provider, you’ll feel supported before, during and after your pregnancy.

Providence Medical Group’s Marysville and Mill Creek clinics have Family OB physicians who are available to care for you throughout your pregnancy and beyond. Visit Providence.org/doctors to learn more.
Katherine Bumstead, M.D., is a family medicine physician practicing at Providence Medical Group Harbour Pointe Clinic. She says establishing a long-term, personal relationship with a trusted health care physician may be one of the best things we can do for our overall health.

Got a doc? The benefits of a long-term relationship with your health care physician

So many of us live transitory lives today, moving from place to place and changing jobs more often than ever before. With this lifestyle can… Continue reading

Katherine Bumstead, M.D., is a family medicine physician practicing at Providence Medical Group Harbour Pointe Clinic. She says establishing a long-term, personal relationship with a trusted health care physician may be one of the best things we can do for our overall health.
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Lung screening (and robots) bring life-saving effects to Puget Sound

Lung cancer screening is now covered by most insurance providers for high-risk 50 to 80-year-olds

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Rather than taking time off work or driving across town, with virtual visits your Providence clinicians are one click away.

Convenient health care: Choose the appointment type that works best for you

Virtual care expanded out of necessity, but offers many benefits beyond the pandemic

Rather than taking time off work or driving across town, with virtual visits your Providence clinicians are one click away.
The Cymbaluk Family recently donated $5-million to Providence General Foundation to help bring innovative stroke treatment to Everett.
The Cymbaluk Family recently donated $5-million to Providence General Foundation to help bring innovative stroke treatment to Everett.
Providence Medical Group pediatrician Dr. Jennifer Wild says school-aged children should see a physician at least once a year, whether they need to get vaccine boosters or not.

Back-to-school clothes + a back-to-school check-up!

After more than a year postponing ‘non-essential’ health concerns, it’s time to get back on track.

Providence Medical Group pediatrician Dr. Jennifer Wild says school-aged children should see a physician at least once a year, whether they need to get vaccine boosters or not.
Yince Loh, MD, Neurointerventionalist, is part of Providence Regional Medical Center’s new 24/7 endovascular thrombectomy program for acute stroke patients, providing exceptional expertise and care right here at home.

Time matters: Everett gains close-to-home care for stroke patients

If you’re experiencing a stroke, time matters – the sooner you receive care, the better the outcome. Now, rather than having to travel into Seattle… Continue reading

Yince Loh, MD, Neurointerventionalist, is part of Providence Regional Medical Center’s new 24/7 endovascular thrombectomy program for acute stroke patients, providing exceptional expertise and care right here at home.
Opening June 21, the Providence – WSU Internal Medicine Center will welcome patients without a primary care physician and also those patients who need follow up care after an emergency room or Walk-In Clinic visit.

Providence’s new Internal Medicine Center poised to improve access to care

The Center will welcome new patients beginning June 21.

Opening June 21, the Providence – WSU Internal Medicine Center will welcome patients without a primary care physician and also those patients who need follow up care after an emergency room or Walk-In Clinic visit.