Cancer patients at Lourdes receive free blankets, handwritten notes of encouragement
Around 100 blankets were delivered to the hematology/oncology floor at Lourdes. The donation was made possible through a partnership with McCurley Integrity Subaru and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Washington/Alaska.
Hospital receives grant to help reduce Yakima Reservation infant mortality rate
The Memorial Foundation and Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital is receiving a grant to help reduce the high rate of infant mortality on the Yakama Indian Reservation.
Medal of Honor recipient encourages taking a knee for behavioral health
On June 27, Medal of Honor recipient retired Master Sgt. Leroy Petry encouraged a packed audience at Madigan Army Medical Center to “take a knee” when they need to focus on their behavioral health.
MGH&FC receives 2018 ‘Infant Safe Sleep’ bronze award
The birth center at Mason General Hospital was recently recognized by the Cribs for Kids® Safe Sleep Academy for its commitment to community leadership for best practices and education on infant safe sleep through the development of a hospital policy, staff training and parent education.
Providence St. Peter Hospital’s therapy animals bring joy, healing and love
Meet two of Providence St. Peter Hospital’s many animal companions that regularly bring joy, love and comfort to patients, staff and visitors.
Saved by a fall – and a first-anywhere heart procedure
A cut to her aortic valve, via catheter, pulled UW Medicine patient Debbie Davis out of a tough spot.
Swedish Edmonds seeking patients, family members for advisory council
Swedish Edmonds is creating a formal patient and family member advisory council and is seeking patients or family members of patients who are interested in providing insight and input with the goal of continuing to improve patient care.