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child life team

Child Life Specialists turn tears and fears into giggles and courage

Posted Mar 27, 2015 ( comments)
Meet the team that helps helps heal patients at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital with creativity and play.Read Article arrow

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Oldest nurse in U.S. still going strong at Tacoma General

Posted on May. 8, 2014 ( comments)
The nation's oldest nurse, MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital Surgical Services staff nurse, See See Rigney, RN, is celebrating her 89th birthday. In honor of See See's nearly seven-decade commitment to nursing we share her story.
Physician Leaders

MultiCare honors legacy of 5 physician leaders in Tacoma

Posted on Mar. 28, 2014 ( comments)

If you walk past the new Rainier Pavilion expansion across the street from Wright Park, you might notice five faces on the building’s pillars.

As part of the tower's grand opening festivities, MultiCare Health System honored five physicians who have made a difference in the community.

Presidential maladies: George Washington's emergency care

Posted on Feb. 26, 2013 ( comments)
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.

Presidential Maladies: JFK's adrenal disease

Posted on Feb. 21, 2013 ( comments)
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. Third in our series is John F. Kennedy and his Addison's disease.

Presidential maladies: gout and Grover Cleveland

Posted on Feb. 18, 2013 ( comments)

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."

Presidential Maladies: A modern look at Woodrow Wilson's stroke

Posted on Feb. 15, 2013 ( comments)