January 2010
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January 2010 posts

Swedish/Issaquah Campus Site Gets Busy

 After a brief hibernation on the site at the end of 2009, construction started back up at the Swedish/Issaquah Campus site in the Issaquah Highlands in mid-January. Work began on the facility’s foundation, including pouring concrete and bringing in a large crane that will be used to erect the structural steel (the “skeleton”) of the entire medical complex.

From here on out, construction will move at an aggressive pace. Over the next nine months, the new hospital and outpatient center will take shape — a good portion of the outside of the facility will be completed. And, the roof of the new campus will be in place just in time for the fall season. At that point, significant interior work will begin.

Watch Swedish Issaquah live on the web cam!

 Watch the daily happenings at the hospital construction site via this new web-camera link.

Swedish/Lakeside Specialty Clinic in Issaquah to Open Feb. 1

 

Seattlepi.com Posts Article on HPV in Light of January Being Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

KIRO TV Airs Story on Nurse from Swedish about to Deploy to Haiti; Summary of Swedish's Relief Efforts

SEATTLE, Jan. 21. 2010 -- On Tuesday evening, Jan. 19 KIRO Television (Channel 7; CBS) aired a story during their 6 p.m. newscast about Swedish Multiple Sclerosis Program nurse Trish Younggren, R.N., who is about to go to Haiti for two to four weeks with National Nurses United to volunteer a...

Swedish Moves Forward on Mill Creek Ambulatory Care, Emergency Facility; New Center Could Open in 2010

 

H1N1 (Swine Flu) Vaccine Availability at Swedish

SEATTLE, Jan. 14, 2010 -- Swedish is receiving H1N1 (Swine Flu) vaccine on a regular basis, allowing vaccine to be available to all patients 6 months and older.If you are a patient at one of our Swedish Physicians Clinics, you may call the clinic to make an appointment for an H1N1 vaccinatio...
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