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In honor of Presidents Day this month, we've asked MultiCare's health experts to look back at the ailments of past U.S. presidents, then offer their perspective on how these conditions might be treated differently today. Fourth in our series is George Washington's emergency end-of-life care.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of the MultiCare Gig Harbor Medical Park is perhaps the last thing you expect to see during a trip to the doctor’s office: a fully functioning medical day spa.
As a gal who’s never been able to resist a good trip to the spa, I knew I had to check it out.
In honor of Presidents Day this month, we've asked MultiCare's health experts to look back at the ailments of past U.S. presidents, then offer their perspective on how these conditions might be treated differently today. This look at President Grover Cleveland's poor lifestyle choices and ensuing complications is the second in our series, "Presidential Maladies."
Derek Hough of Dancing with the Stars fame paid a visit to Tacoma, Wash. Feb. 6, 2013, for MultiCare Health System's 13th annual "Do Something Healthy" event. Past visitors have included Shaun White and Jillian Michaels.
The numbers are in, and it's going to be a merry Christmas at MultiCare Mary Bridge Children's Hospital and Health Center.This year's Mary Bridge Festival of Trees raised $1.7 million to support young patients at the children's hospital and health center.
The news has shocked and horrified breakfast-lovers around the world. An international bacon shortage is looming – and Britain’s National Pig Association says there may not be anything we can do about it. MultiCare Health System understands the stress a lack of bacon can add to a hungry person’s morning, and will be here for the community during this difficult, pork-deficient time.
A MultiCare Health System team lead by Theresa Boyle, Senior Vice President for Strategy and Business Development, toiled Friday as part of a Habitat for Humanity “team build” day, augmenting the regular volunteer workforce to help build out a community of 13 new homes.