June 2005

June 2005 posts

Reproductive Technology Services at Swedish Move to New Lab

SEATTLE, June 28, 2005 – The Reproductive Technology program at Swedish Medical Center/First Hill Campus is going through a major change later this summer. The existing Swedish lab, which is located in the Nordstrom Medical Tower, will close Friday, Aug. 5 and all services – including in vitro...

Statement from Swedish about its Appeal of the State's 'No Need' Decision for an Issaquah Hospital

SEATTLE, June 10, 2005 - On May 10, the Department of Health (DOH) denied both Swedish's and Overlake's Certificate-of-Need (CON) applications to build a hospital in Issaquah. The rationale for the denial rested on the departments' analysis showing a lack of need for additional hospital beds t...

Benevolent Community Donor Program Highlighted in Article about a Monroe Woman Waiting for a Kidney Transplant

On June 7, 2005, the (Everett) Herald published a feature article by reporter Christina Harper. The headline read: "Waiting for a new life: A Monroe woman endures dialysis while she awaits a donated kidney." William Marks, M.D., medical director of Swedish's Organ Transplant program ...
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