Swedish Cancer Institute at Edmonds opens to the public at an April 17 ribbon-cutting ceremony on the Swedish/Edmonds campus. (Left to right) David Loud, aide from Congressman Jim McDermott, M.D.; Swedish Cancer Institute Medical Oncologist Richard McGee, M.D.; Swedish/Edmonds Chief Executive Dave Jaffe; and Swedish Cancer Institute Executive Director Thomas D. Brown, M.D., MBA, cut the ribbon during the event that attracted 250 visitors. The two-story facility, located at 21632 Highway 99 in Edmonds, provides high-quality and comprehensive medical oncology to patients through an infusion unit, laboratory, pharmacy, and access to Swedish’s electronic medical record system.
EDMONDS, WASH., March 21, 2013 – Swedish Health Services will open a new outpatient cancer center at the Edmonds campus on Monday, April 1, 2013 in response to the growing need for medical oncology and infusion (chemotherapy) services in the south Snohomish and north King County area. The new two-story, 17,102-square-foot facility is anticipated to handle as many as 175 patient visits each day and provide increased access to cancer-care services for people living north of Seattle.
New Cancer Center to Open April 1 at Swedish/Edmonds; Outpatient Facility to Provide Medical Oncology, Infusion Services Close to Home
ISSAQUAH, WA, Jan. 23, 2013 - With spring sports starting, don't drop the ball on nutrition. Nutrition is just as important as physical conditioning for athletes. So, as spring sports begin, let Swedish help you and your children prepare to hit it out of the park. Join Registered Dietitian Ally Colson for an interactive training on game-winning meals and snacks and help your young athlete become a nutrition champion.
Bring the family and get into the holiday spirit at the Swedish/Issaquah Holidays at the Hospital. There’s something for everyone: a pancake breakfast, pictures with Santa, and lots of kids’ activities. Holiday cheer awaits you at the hospital on December 1 from 9 a.m. to noon.
- Pancake Breakfast
$5 per person, $20 per family of six (infants are free)
A portion of the proceeds supports Pediatrics at Swedish
- Visit with Santa & Free Photos
Come get a free photo with St. Nick and decorate a keepsake frame.
- Teddy Bear Clinic
Have your kids bring their favorite teddy bear or doll to our "Teddy Bear Clinic" for a check-up.
- Giant Gingerbread House
Kids can help decorate our giant gingerbread house.
Our experts will be here to answer any questions you have.
- Face Painting
Our face-painting elf offers some cool designs.
- Book Drive
We will be accepting new or used books for ages 0-18 years for our pediatric patients.
Saturday, Dec. 1
751 N.E. Blakely Dr.
Issaquah, WA 98029
SEATTLE, Nov. 20, 2012 - Swedish Pediatrics is hosting its third-annual Holidays at The Hospital event for their patients, families, friends and the community at large. This free and festive holiday celebration will be held Sunday, Dec. 2 from 1-4 p.m. in the 1101 Madison Medical Tower lobby on the Swedish/First Hill campus in Seattle.
We hope you can join us for a winter wonderland celebration for Swedish Pediatric patients, families, & friends!
This is a fun, festive holiday celebration for the community that will feature:
- Photos with Santa
- Teddy Bear Clinic
- Cookie decorating
- Face painting
- Holiday activities and crafts tables
- Plus, we’ll have a super special guest from the Seattle Sounders, Roger Levesque!
We’ll also be collecting toys for children up to age 18 as well as donations for art supplies and games. Donated items will be given to children at the hospital receiving care and treatment.
Swedish First Hill
1101 Madison, Medical Tower Lobby
Seattle, WA 98122
**Free parking is available on the street or in the Marion and Minor parking garage
Sunday, December 2nd from 1-4pm
We HO-HO-HOpe you can make it!
Swedish/Issaquah will host the Zimmer Mobile Learning Center (MLC) on Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The public is invited to come tour the MLC and learn more about orthopedics, including a wide-range of orthopedic topics (such as arthritis awareness), new technologies and treatment options.
Swedish/Issaquah invites you to A Night Out at Swedish: Fall Arts Showcase on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 6-8 p.m. This evening event features:
- A free community concert by the Sammamish Symphony String Quartet
- Docent-led and self-guided art walks highlighting the Northwest women’s artwork displayed around the Swedish/Issaquah hospital
- artEast’s The Rookery Project – a display of herons designed by local artists
- A free glass of wine!
- Seattle Art Museum 50-percent-off coupon to the Elles art exhibit
- 10-percent off select merchandise at The Shops at Swedish, and complimentary bra fittings at our Perfect Fit boutique
- Free 8 oz., short-brewed Starbucks coffee
In addition to these activities, Café 1910 will be open for dinner – come experience what the buzz is about!
Swedish/Issaquah is hosting this fall arts event in honor of a new exhibit happening at the Seattle Art Museum. The new exhibit, titled Elles, is an unprecedented set of exhibitions and programs showcasing women artists...