In this Facebook Live event, Swedish leadership answer COVID-19 questions from our community.
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As cases fill hospital beds across many parts of the country, doctors and scientists are coming up with inventive ways to treat the disease, if not to cure it.
COVID-19 has forced medical centers to adapt to the new reality as mothers worry about their newborns.
‘Even with COVID, welcoming a baby is an amazing experience.’
Across Seattle, blue yard signs along busy streets advertise walk-in “FDA approved” antibody tests at COVID-19 Test Center.
Stubbornly high rates of COVID-19 infection in many major population centers underscore the uneven and local nature of the statewide epidemic
Blood and other biological specimens from COVID-19 patients are helping scientists build a massive “biobank” to examine the virus’s long-term impacts on the human body.
While Swedish is working to reschedule routine appointments during the pandemic, they are still encouraging patients to keep their urgent surgeries and procedures on the calendar.
This study examines the use of Remdesivir in COVID-19 patients.
Washington's hospitals and clinics are available, safe and ready to help you with all of your medical concerns.
Concerned state officials see vaccination rates drop during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaders of Washington hospitals say visits to clinics and emergency rooms are way down because people are either afraid they’ll catch COVID-19 or because patients think the system is overrun.
What does it take for a healthcare system to recover from COVID-19? Experts discuss these topics and more on the latest Swedish Live Q&A.
Ellen DeGeneres chats with emergency room physician Dr. Ryan Padgett, who recovered from COVID-19 thanks to experimental treatments at Swedish.
A conversation about COVID-19 and patient safety with Chris Dale, M.D., MPH, Chief Quality Officer, Swedish Health Services.
Elizabeth Meade, MD shares her thoughts around mental health and ways to get help.
Swedish experts discuss kids and pregnancies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Swedish doctors on the front lines for a conversation about how they’re using unconventional methods and treatments to save lives.
Michael Flor battled with coronavirus for 62 days at Swedish Issaquah and recovered.
When you need care, don't hesitate even during a crisis. You have options. Learn more.
Spiritual leaders are finding new ways to support isolated patients during COVID-19.