February 2009 posts
KOMO TV News Anchor Kathi Goertzen Talks about Her Recent Treatment at Swedish for a Non-Cancerous Brain Tumor
SEATTLE, Feb. 17, 2009 -- After an almost five-month-long absence, longtime KOMO Television (Channel 4; ABC) evening news anchor Kathi Goertzen returned to work Feb. 16 after having had surgery Sept. 23, 2008 at Swedish/Cherry Hill to partially remove a non-cancerous brain tumor called menin...
Swedish Cardiologist Interviewed for Article in Family Circle Magazine titled 'A Guide to Heart Health'
SEATTLE, Feb. 13, 2009 -- Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute (SHVI) cardiologist Sarah Speck, M.D., who is director of SHVI's Center for CardioVascular Wellness, was recently interviewed for an article titled 'A Guide to Heart Health,' which appeared in the February 2009 issue of Family ...
Swedish Provides Issaquah City Council with a Glimpse of What the New, 175-Bed Hospital and Medical Center will Look Like, Offer
ISSAQUAH, WA, Feb. 9, 2009 -- At a Jan. 27 meeting Issaquah City Council meeting, representatives from Swedish detailed information collected from community members, an intended construction timeline, and what amenities the finished hospital should have.The timing for this public meeting coinc...
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