Providence Brain and Spine Institute physicians ask "what if" as they advance research and care for patients.
Some people just have that sparkle. You know who they are – the ones full of energy and optimism, the ones who are living life to the fullest. When a health crisis strikes, those attributes may be the best medicine.
When pregnant 35-year-old Ivonne Cortez of Sherwood collapsed Sunday, Aug. 22, shortly after arriving to the emergency department at Providence Newberg Medical Center, the last thing on her mind was that she’d be separated from her baby.
How a wife's fast action and Providence Telestroke Network led to lifesaving stroke treatment.
Surviving a stroke and regaining one’s health depend on many things. Brad Soots, an employee at Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children, suffered a severe stroke in May 2010.
A young woman tells what she experienced after noticing some numbness. She acted fast to get the emergency help she needed.