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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

 

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

 

The Cymbaluk Family recently donated $5-million to Providence General Foundation to help bring innovative stroke treatment to Everett.

‘Everyday people’ transform care at Providence Everett — again

Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk call themselves “everyday people.” What they recently did,…

 

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.