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Nov17

MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital commits to provide care for Ebola patients

The Washington State Department of Health has announced the names of eight hospitals — including MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital —  designated to provide care to Ebola patients should the need arise in Washington state.
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Nov4

Mandatory influenza vaccination policy reminder for members of the medical staff

MultiCare has implemented a mandatory influenza vaccination policy that applies to all employees and medical staff.
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Oct30

Take part in MultiCare's annual physician survey

MultiCare's annual physician survey is open from Oct. 27 - Nov. 24, 2014.
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Oct27

Ebola: A 101

Ebola is a serious and deadly virus that has reached the shores of the United States. We help dispel some fact from fiction about the disease.
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Oct20

MultiCare begins construction on expanded Covington Medical Center

MultiCare is expanding its facilities and commitment to Covington and surrounding communities.
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Oct15

How MultiCare is preparing for Ebola

We are working diligently on an Ebola Preparedness Plan to ensure our readiness, as well as our ability to protect our patients, staff and the community.
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Oct15

Drop, Cover and Hold: Are you ready for an earthquake?

Are you ready for the Great Washington ShakeOut?
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Oct1

MedStaffNews launches new email format

Summer newsletter hiatus allowed new email format to be developed to work with new multicare.org design launched in June.
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Sep25

Mark your calendars for an informative session on blood management from Medtronic Advanced Energy

"Every Drop Counts" presentation to be given on Wednesday, Oct. 1, from 10 - 11am and noon to 1pm in the MultiCare Allenmore Hospital Classroom in Tacoma.
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Sep24

CME opportunity: Common Clinical Scenarios in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

Upcoming CME opportunity presented by Mary Bridge Children's Hospital and MultiCare's Department of Continuing Medical Education.
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