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Good Samaritan Hospital receives SightLife Vision Award for exceptional results in cornea donations

Posted on Jul. 6, 2017 ( comments)
Good Samaritan received the SightLife Vision Award in recognition for its efforts in cornea donations for 2016.

MultiCare rehab program helps man who lost leg walk bride down aisle

Posted on Jun. 28, 2017 ( comments)
Tanner Arbuthnot wedding
Fireworks

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

Posted on Jun. 26, 2017 ( comments)

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

News image: Water safety 101: Follow these 4 easy tips to prevent drowning

Water safety 101: Follow these 4 easy tips to prevent drowning

Posted on Jun. 16, 2017 ( comments)
Keep these simple safety tips in mind as you swim and play in the water.
News image: After stroke, inpatient rehab helps patients get back to their lives

Physical therapy vs. occupational therapy: What’s the difference?

Posted on Jun. 1, 2017 ( comments)

We talked to a physical therapist and occupational therapist to find out.

Two years after crisis, Lizzie is role model for teen mental health

Posted on May. 17, 2017 ( comments)
Lizzie Foxley
The Martell family

Autism awareness month: The Martell family’s journey

Posted on Apr. 28, 2017 ( comments)
With the help of the Children's Therapy Unit, Joey is now a thriving 6-year-old.
Corks and Crush - corks

Sip, swirl, support: 5 reasons to attend Corks & Crush

Posted on Apr. 26, 2017 ( comments)

What do fancy cars, a classic rock band, fine wines and Puyallup have in common?

MultiCare physicians named 'Top Doctors' by Seattle magazine

Posted on Mar. 22, 2017 ( comments)
Stethoscope
Tamara Miller - Good Samaritan Cancer Center

Tamara Miller inspires patients at Good Samaritan Cancer Center

Posted on Jan. 5, 2017 ( comments)

Since Tamara Miller began coordinating Good Samaritan's program for women with cancer four years ago, participation in the program has grown by 116 percent.