September 2003 posts
Swedish Physicians First in the Greater Seattle Area to Begin Offering the Latest in Permanent Female Birth Control -- Newly FDA-Approved Procedure is a Nonincisional Alternative to Tubal Ligation
SEATTLE, Sept. 29, 2003 -- Swedish Medical Center-affiliated physicians recently became the first care providers in Greater Seattle to begin offering the latest in permanent female birth control -- a minimally invasive sterilization procedure known as bilateral tubal occlusion. Essure,...
NIH Sponsors Research Study Seeking Treatment for Epilepsy -- $30 Million grant awarded for research study sites, including Swedish Medical Center
SEATTLE, Sept. 25, 2003 - More than 2.3 million Americans have epilepsy, and it frequently affects children and young adults in the most critical years of their development. Medication is the most common treatment option, and surgery is often considered a last resort. Now a clinical rese...
Summit Cardiology Joins Swedish Heart Institute -- Swedish strengthens cooperative relationship with Northwest Hospital & Medical Center
SEATTLE, Sept. 24, 2003 -- The physicians at Summit Cardiology, a 10-member specialty cardiology practice with three north Seattle locations, have each signed an employment agreement with Swedish Heart Institute, a broad network of hospitals and physicians providing a seamless system of ...
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