Providence Health Team

The Providence Health Team brings together caregivers from diverse backgrounds to bring you clinically-sound, data-driven advice to help you live your happiest and healthiest selves.

  • The science of COVID-19: Genetics, testing and developing a vaccine

    The science of COVID-19: Genetics, testing and developing a vaccine

    Watch our LinkedIn Live event to find out what's next for COVID testing and a timeline for treatments and a vaccine.

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  • How a working mom is coping in the time of COVID-19

    How a working mom is coping in the time of COVID-19

      My name is Samantha Desmarais and I’m a senior communication manager located in the Renton office. I work on the national public relations team and I have the privilege of highlighting all of...

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  • Take a moment to thank caregivers on the frontline

    Take a moment to thank caregivers on the frontline

    The work that health and wellness caregivers do every day is challenging, but this year’s National Doctors’ Day is like no other in recent history. On the frontlines fighting a battle against a...

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  • 5 things you should do when you walk in the door according to a microbiologist

    5 things you should do when you walk in the door according to a microbiologist

    This article originally appeared on Apartment Therapy on 26 March 2020.  Chances are, you’re probably not leaving your home too much these days. While some trips to the outside world can’t be...

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  • COVID-19: What does it mean to ‘flatten the curve’?

    COVID-19: What does it mean to ‘flatten the curve’?

    Flattening the curve can help slow the spread of disease and help our health systems from becoming overwhelmed. Having too many people sick at once can prevent critical care from getting to...

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  • Honor a caregiver: A printable thank you sign

    Honor a caregiver: A printable thank you sign

    Honor a providence hero with this printable thank you sign.

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  • 100 Million Mask Challenge: Volunteers Making Masks to Combat Shortage

    100 Million Mask Challenge: Volunteers Making Masks to Combat Shortage

    Facing a massive national shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) to fight COVID-19, Providence is taking matters into its own hands by making their own protective gear out of what they...

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  • Providence's response to COVID-19

    Providence's response to COVID-19

    With the continuing spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) within the U.S., Providence is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as state and local health...

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  • What to do when your heart skips a beat

    What to do when your heart skips a beat

    Heart all a-flutter? See what causes heart palpitations and when it’s important to see your doctor. Most of the time, heart palpitations are benign or caused by something other than a heart...

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  • Innovative technology improves care

    Innovative technology improves care

    The digital innovation team at Providence is constantly tracking the latest healthcare tech to find ways to give you more control over where, when and how you access services to help you live a...

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  • In Good Company Magazine Now Available to Read Online

    In Good Company Magazine Now Available to Read Online

    We are proud to bring you our In Good Company magazine. Click on the Fall 2019 magazine cover below and read about the latest news, patients stories and medical breakthroughs going on at...

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  • Foundation Celebration 2019 raises record-breaking amount for St. Joseph Hospital's Nursing Center of Excellence

    St. Joseph Hospital’s annual fundraising gala, Celebration 2019 supported by Marsha Moeller and presented by Centaurus Financial, Inc. & The Gooding-Barry and Immell Families, netted a...

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  • A jet ski accident left him paralyzed. He left the Providence Spine Institute on his own two feet.

    A jet ski accident left him paralyzed. He left the Providence Spine Institute on his own two feet.

    “From my hospital window, I could see the beach where everything happened,” recalls Providence Spine Institute patient Randy White. The jet skiing excursion that landed him here in August 2018...

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  • Kick the caffeine habit for heart health

    Kick the caffeine habit for heart health

    Learn how too much caffeine can affect your heart and cause anxiety, jitters, increased heart rate and irregular heartbeat. When you need a pick-me-up, it’s hard to beat the power of caffeine....

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  • Making a home away from home

    Making a home away from home

    At her Belltown building, Patsy is grateful for her studio apartment, a community garden and on-site care when she needs it. Patsy’s story: Plymouth Housing, Seattle, Washington When you ask...

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  • We believe Housing is Health

    We believe Housing is Health

    We are working to find solutions to homelessness because housing is essential to health and well-being. Everyone deserves to have a place to call home.

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  • Diet Series – Comparing Keto and Buddha Diets

    Diet Series – Comparing Keto and Buddha Diets

    Is when you eat as important as what you eat? Does reducing carbs reduce your waistline? Could adding fat to your diet actually improve your health? The answers to these dietary questions may be...

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  • New Law Prompts Walk-in MMR Clinics at Providence

    New Law Prompts Walk-in MMR Clinics at Providence

    Providence Medical Group is offering walk-in night and weekend vaccination clinics with flexible hours for children ages 1–18. [2 MIN READ] A new law passed recently by the Washington State...

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  • Kids and Summer: Fun Activities and Smart Snacks

    Kids and Summer: Fun Activities and Smart Snacks

    [3 MIN READ] As a parent, do you ever feel like you have a love/hate relationship with summer? On the one hand, it means looser schedules, more family time and a chance for kids to enjoy a...

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  • Tips for a Safe and Healthy Fourth of July

    Tips for a Safe and Healthy Fourth of July

    [2 MIN READ] We know that Fourth of July celebrations can sometimes lead to overindulgence…of sun, food and libations. As a health partner to thousands of Americans, we seek to offer useful...

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