The Leila J. Eisenstein Breast Center at Providence Medford Medical Center offers counseling and the same genetic test that convinced Angelina Jolie she needed a double-mastectomy.
What does it take to be a Providence Hospice volunteer? No experience is necessary, just a loving and compassionate heart and a willingness to offer four hours a week to help families and patients who are struggling with a life-limiting or terminal illness.
Nicole McPheeters understands, both professionally and personally, the importance of having a mammogram. As the Breast Center coordinator at Providence Medford Medical Center, Nicole has been a mammography technologist for more than 13 years. But in 2012, she suddenly found herself on the receiving side of health care and is now a breast cancer survivor.
The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services Innovation last month announced which clinics will participate in its new national Comprehensive Primary Care initiative. Only three clinics in Jackson County were chosen, and all are part of the Providence health care system in southern Oregon. The initiative is a pilot program to strengthen primary care through collaboration between public and private health care payers. This partnership is the first of its kind and is designed to provide improved access to quality health care at lower costs.