The Zika outbreak so far has spread to 30 countries in the Americas and continues to raise concern around the world and in the U.S. Although the Zika virus rarely causes hospitalization or death, it is particularly harmful to pregnant women and their babies.
Medford Medical Clinic is further advancing its commitment to excellent health care by merging with Providence Medical Group. The result will be new advances in patient care, in program development and in additional resources – all to better serve the communities in southern Oregon.
With significantly more demand than available services in the community, children with special health care needs throughout Oregon will benefit significantly from the new Providence Children’s Development Institute. Learn about the new services, clinics and resources being planned for these children and their families.
Two new subspecialists bring expertise in pediatric pathology and neuropathology to Providence.
A new director with a background in national residency programs has been hired to guide and oversee graduate medical education for Providence in Oregon.
Doug Koekkoek, M.D., chief executive, clinical services
We began the week by remembering Doctors’ Day and honoring all the ways physicians...
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
I am very pleased to announce that Scott Marsal, M.D., FACP, will be our new...
Providence’s new clinical trials site allows you to search by keyword or filter by cancer type to learn more about the trials and research studies underway at Providence Cancer Center.
During the 2014 holiday season, a large amount of Medicare data was released on physician and hospital quality measure results, including some accountable care organizations.
I am pleased to announce that Wendy Carlton will be joining Providence Medical Group-Oregon as director of access strategies.