Swedish Edmonds is one of only three hospitals in Washington state to receive the HealthGrades 2011 Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence Award.
January 2011 posts
At the conclusion of this session, attendees will have an increased ability to:
- Identify genetic epilepsy syndromes
- Explain treatment of genetic epilepsy syndromes
SNI Grand Round Series is every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.
I just got finished telling you how good it felt to return Chritmas gifts because they were too big and now...WHAM! a wall. ouch.
What’s happening at Swedish Issaquah?
Happy New Year to you and yours! As we enter the mid part of the month, Swedish continues to work at an aggressive pace at the Issaquah construction site.
The exterior finish work will be complete by end of January for both the hospital wings and the medical office building, showcasing a mix of pre-cast concrete, Swiss pearl, metal panel, brick masonry and glass curtainwall.
Interior build-out continues throughout all floors ranging from paint, mechanical and electrical equipment trim, ceramic tile, ceilings and casework installation. Concurrently around the site, ground preparation for landscaping and irrigation systems continues.
The Winter 2010 edition of BrainWaves is now available online.
BrainWaves is the newsletter of the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. Published quarterly, BrainWaves provides information about neurological conditions treated at the Institute, and also profiles the programs, services, and new initiatives of the institute and its staff.
Also check out our past editions of the BrainWaves newsletter.
I was on New Day Northwest this morning. Margaret Larson is awesome, so nice! She invited me back when there is more progress to report. Read on for the recipe, a link to the segment, and more.