June 2007
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June 2007 posts

Swedish Neurosurgeon, Patient Discuss Brain Tumors on Radio Program

SEATTLE, July 5, 2007 -- Like so many areas of modern medicine, the fields of neuroscience and neurosurgery have experienced exciting medical and clinical research developments over the last few years. One area that has benefited from many of those advancements is our knowledge of and abilit...

Seattle Times Editorial Supports the Need for a New Hospital in Issaquah, Says It's Great News for East King County

SEATTLE, June 15, 2007 -- Today's issue of The Seattle Times includes an editorial that supports the Washington State Department of Health's (DOH) recent decision supporting the need to build a new hospital in Issaquah to meet the growing demand for acute inpatient services in East King County...

Swedish Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon Interviewed for KOMO TV Story on Kids and Sports Injuries

SEATTLE, June 5, 2007 -- Swedish Pediatric Specialty Care orthopedic surgeon Mark Dales, M.D., was interviewed for a story on kids and sports injuries that KOMO Television (channel 4; ABC) initially aired the evening of June 4.The story was prompted by an article titled "Overuse Injuries, Over...

Swedish-Affiliated Physicians Featured in KING 5 TV Special on Cancer Prevention

SEATTLE, June 5, 2007 -- On June 4 KING Television (channel 5; NBC) aired one of their "Healthlink: Cancer Free Washington" specials on cancer prevention. Titled “25 Things You Can Do To Prevent Cancer,” it featured interviews with the Swedish Cancer Institute’s Dir...

Swedish Included in Seattle Business Monthly's Best Places to Work Annual Survey

SEATTLE, June 1, 2007 -- Swedish was one of 53 local organizations highlighted in Seattle Business Monthly's annual survey of the Puget Sound region's top employers.Published in the June issue, Swedish was recognized among large companies. Information categories included "industry, number...

Department of Health Approves a Swedish Hospital in Issaquah!

SEATTLE, June 1, 2007 – Swedish today received official notification that the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) has approved its application to build a 175-bed hospital in Issaquah. The State’s decision comes after two appeals by Swedish to reverse the DOH’s origi...
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