Providence is expanding health care services to better serve the communities of the north coast by offering ear, nose, and throat specialty care. Otolaryngologist Christopher Nyte, D.O., will begin seeing patients in July at Providence Medical Group-Seaside.
Providence Cancer Center is being honored nationally for its commitment to high-quality clinical trials programs.
Kelly Cushing, D.O., will be joining Andrea Kielich, M.D., on the hospitalist team at Providence Seaside Hospital.
Maria Vargas, RN, loves the new infused water offered at Providence St. Vincent’s Eatery. “I even bought a special container from our gift shop for the water,” Maria says. “It has the Superman symbol on it, because I’m a super fan of the water!”
Fourteen months. That’s the median life expectancy of someone diagnosed with high-grade glioma, the most common primary brain tumor in adults, even with the current standard of treatment. Providence Cancer Center researchers and a Providence Brain and Spine Institute neurosurgeon believe immunotherapy might change that statistic.
Festival of Trees breaks previous fundraising record
Bonnie M. Thompson has joined the executive team at Providence Seaside Hospital as chief operations officer and chief nursing executive.
See how telemedicine is helping people with Parkinson's disease get checkups without having to travel long distances to see a specialist in Portland.
The Extended Care Unit has been named to the 2012 Honor Roll in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Nursing Homes.
The 15th annual Festival of Trees breaks record
Dr. Robert Morse, cardiologist, is now seeing patients at two locations on the north coast.