February 2005
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February 2005 posts

New Swedish/Issaquah ER and Specialty Center to Focus on Community and Patient Needs

ISSAQUAH, Feb. 24, 2005 - On Monday, March 1 at 8 a.m. the new, $20 million Swedish Medical Center/Issaquah Campus Emergency Room (ER) and Specialty Center will open and begin caring for its first patients. The overriding goal of the new facility is to provide for community needs in a way tha...

Local Artists' Work to Grace Walls of the Swedish/Issaquah ER and Specialty Center

ISSAQUAH, Feb. 17, 2005 - Patients and visitors coming to Swedish Medical Center's new Emergency Room (ER) and Specialty Center in Issaquah will find their stay brightened by artwork and photos, including 36 original pieces by local artists from the Issaquah-Sammamish-Bellevue area. The new $2...

Swedish Medical Center and Providence Everett Medical Center Set Up a Neurosurgery Fellowship Training Program in Everett

Feb. 17, 2005By Sharon Salyer The (Everett) Herald EVERETT - A new fellowship program for neurosurgeons has been launched at Providence Everett Medical Center, the result of an agreement with Seattle's Swedish Medical Center. The postgraduate program is for fully trained neurosurgeons, said Dr....

Issaquah Students' Collaborative Artwork Adds Flare to New Swedish ER and Specialty Center

ISSAQUAH, Feb. 17, 2005 - In a unique collaboration, dozens of young artists from four area elementary-school programs and a preschool/kindergarten will contribute their creativity to the art exhibited at Swedish Medical Center's new Emergency Room (ER) and Specialty Center in Issaquah. The ge...

Issaquah Press Article: Swedish to Open State's First Freestanding ER March 1

Feb. 16, 2005 Issaquah PressBy Larry Johnson, ReporterSwedish Health Services started with a blank sheet of paper, hospital executive Kevin Brown says, and drew its ideal emergency room. Issaquah residents will see the results of that effort next month -- and they may not recognize the new faci...

King County Journal Runs Article about Swedish's Preparations to Open the New Issaquah ER March 1

On Friday, Feb.11, the King County Journal published an article by Issaquah City Reporter Chris Winters about Swedish's preparations to open the new Issaquah Campus Emergency Room (ER) on Tuesday, March 1 at 8 a.m.Here are the first few sentences of the article, which was headlined "Swedish pr...

Swedish Cancer Institute Adds Groundbreaking Technology - Elekta's New IGRT Delivers Radiation with Far Greater Accuracy

SEATTLE, Feb. 10, 2005 - The Swedish Cancer Institute will sign a strategic partnership and technology-applications agreement this week with medical-technology leader Elekta Inc. for Elekta Synergy®. This new image-guided radiation-therapy (IGRT) treatment system is the first of its kind...
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