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Stay Safe During Safe Start Washington

Posted Jul 5, 2020 ( comments)
Representatives of MultiCare’s medical leadership reached out in a letter to our communities with advice on how to continue to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic as our state re-opens.Read Article arrow

Meeting baby in a post-COVID world

Posted on Jul. 2, 2020 ( comments)

Simple phone calls improve physical and mental health for vulnerable seniors

Posted on Jul. 1, 2020 ( comments)
As many have experienced in recent months, social isolation can take a toll on a person both physically and mentally. 

Philanthropy powers research during worldwide pandemic

Posted on Jun. 30, 2020 ( comments)
As a community-based research center, MultiCare’s Institute for Research and Innovation (MIRI) gives patients access to cutting-edge clinical trials close to home. 

How to use fireworks safely — and avoid a trip to the hospital

Posted on Jun. 30, 2020 ( comments)

Emergency rooms across the state are urging caution and awareness as we approach the Fourth of July.

Code Lavender addresses trauma and stress of health care workers

Posted on Jun. 29, 2020 ( comments)
The Code Lavender team is an interdisciplinary mix of colleagues, including physicians, nurses, chaplains, mental health counselors and others. 

From formula to PPE, individuals and organizations step up to fulfill community needs

Posted on Jun. 27, 2020 ( comments)

Here are just a few examples of the ways community members have supported MultiCare’s COVID-19 efforts.

After recovering from COVID-19, MultiCare surgeon donates funds and his own plasma to help others

Posted on Jun. 25, 2020 ( comments)

Prakash Gatta, MBBS, FACS, is an esophageal surgeon at MultiCare. He contracted and recovered from coronavirus (COVID-19) in March.

Safe Start Washington: What you need to know

Posted on Jun. 24, 2020 ( comments)

Mary Bridge Children’s orthopedic surgeons and ED doctors partner for improved results

Posted on Jun. 23, 2020 ( comments)
Mary Bridge Children's Hospital Emergency Department doctors and orthopedic surgeons work together to improve broken arm casting in the ED.