Seattle Times health care reporter Carol Ostrom recently profiled the innovative partnership between Swedish/Cherry Hill hospital and Country Doctor Community Health Centers. The partnership created an after-hours clinic located adjacent to the Swedish Emergency Department that is designed to provide a convenient point of care for patients, as well as to reduce the number of unnecessary visits to the Swedish Cherry Hill ED.
On Thursday, April 10, 2014, Swedish hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Celebration dinner and awards cere...
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We recognize historic advances in health and medicine and the ongoing work that will change lives for generations to come.
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For some fitness advice from a pro, we caught up with Sharon Tsao (she/her) from the Swedish-sponsored Seattle Tempest women’s ultimate frisbee team.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, so we spoke with a Swedish neurologist about strokes in women. Learn about unique signs and symptoms.
The pandemic has been difficult on our mental health. A mental health expert at Swedish shares some warning signs and coping tactics.
We recognize every LGBTQIA+ student's right to respect, dignity and safety.
Swedish's MS Center is the country's largest and most comprehensive.
A weight-loss expert from Swedish answers common questions about surgical and non-surgical weight loss programs and the health benefits of losing weight.
We’re celebrating the lifesaving work of scientists and researchers, and individuals and families in protecting themselves from serious diseases.
Two occupational therapists at Swedish share an overview of Occupational therapy and answer common questions.
A mental health expert at Swedish shares insights and information to help you understand counseling, what it entails and when it’s needed.
A Swedish infection prevention expert answers basic questions about the BA.2 subvariant of omicron.
A head and neck specialist at Swedish answers common questions about oral, head, and neck cancers, their causes, and ways to prevent them.
Celebrating our caregivers paving the way for future generations.
Facility dogs Aulani and Jared offer support to Swedish patients and caregivers.
We recognize victories of community organizers, with much work still to be done.