September 2009

September 2009 posts

Two Swedish-Affiliated Doctors, Swedish Physicians Clinics Chosen as Favorites in Magazine's 'Best of 425 Readers' Poll'

SEATTLE, Sept. 23, 2009 -- Two Swedish-affiliated doctors and the Swedish Physicians clinics were recognized in 425 magazine's first-ever ‘Best of 425 Readers' Poll,' the results of which were published in the Eastside-specific magazine's September/October issue. Mike Purdon, M.D., a pr...

Then & Now - Swedish Issaquah

 Foundation excavation on the construction site was completed in September to avoid inclement weather, and foundation work for the new facility will start in January 2010.

What was once this:

Spring 2009

Is now this:

Sept. 2009

And this:

Sept. 2009

Swedish Ballard Breaks Ground for New Emergency Department, Outpatient Center

SEATTLE, Sept. 16, 2009 – Starting today, when people ‘Visualize Ballard' as the saying goes, they'll be able to envision the northwest Seattle community being served by a new emergency department and outpatient center that will soon become a reality on the Swedish Ballard Campus.

Swedish, Minor & James Medical Forge Closer Alliance

SEATTLE, Sept. 15, 2009 – Swedish Medical Center and Minor & James Medical – a large, multi-specialty physician group with clinics in Seattle and East King County – today announced an innovative partnership. Having collaborated for 50 years, the two organizations elected to formalize their w...

Got questions about Swedish Issaquah?

 Join us on Tuesday, Sept. 29 from 5-6:30 p.m. for an information session about the new Swedish Medical Center being built in the Issaquah Highlands. The meeting will be held at Issaquah City Hall-South at 135 E. Sunset Way. Bring your questions, and we’ll have the answers. See you there!

Seattle Times Guest Column: 'Seattle Collaboration Could Make Life-Changing Advances in Brain-Cancer Treatment'

SEATTLE, Sept. 8, 2009 -- In light of former Senator Ted Kennedy's recent death due to brain cancer, The Seattle Times published a guest column article in their Sept. 7 edition written by Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) neurosurgeon Greg Foltz, M.D., who is director of SNI's relatively ...

Swedish Adds Two Latest-Generation da Vinci Surgical Systems to Support Robotic-Assisted Surgical Program

SEATTLE, Sept. 3, 2009 -- Swedish today announced the addition of two latest-generation da Vinci ® Surgical Systems to advance its pioneering use of robotic-assisted surgeries for patients. Swedish will use the two new da Vinci Si HD system robots to provide surgeons with more precision ...
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