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Swedish Neuroscience Institute Contracts with Cascade Neurologic Clinic in Mount Vernon to Make Subspecialty Care More Convenient North of Seattle

MOUNT VERNON, WA., July 30, 2009 – The Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) in Seattle has completed arrangements with Cascade Neurologic Clinic to provide subspecialty neurological care in Cascade’s Mount Vernon clinic beginning mid-August.Cascade is a busy, three-practitioner cli...

Swedish Neuroscience Institute TeleStroke Program Signs Contract with Lake Chelan Community Hospital

CHELAN, WA, July 17, 2009 – Lake Chelan area residents or visitors facing a potential or actual acute stroke will now benefit from a recently formed partnership between the Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) TeleStroke Program and Lake Chelan Community Hospital (LCCH) that will bolster the L...

KING TV Story on Seattle Firefighter's Return to Work after Aneurysm Credits Interventional Radiologist, Swedish Neuroscience Institute with Saving Her Life

SEATTLE, July 13, 2009 -- On July 12, KING Television (channel 5; NBC) aired a story during their 5 and 6:30 p.m. newscasts about a Seattle firefighter who has returned to work after suffering a life-threatening aneurysm March 11.Nine days after suddenly suffering the worst headache of her l...

Swedish's TeleStroke Program Featured in TV News Story on Effectiveness of Videoconferencing-Based Stroke Care

SEATTLE, May 28, 2009 -- The Swedish Neuroscience Institute's TeleStroke Program was featured in a story that KCPQ Television (Channel 13; FOX) aired today about how high-quality videoconferencing can increase patient access to stroke specialists according to an American Heart Association sc...

WebMD.com Video Story about Moyamoya Features Swedish Neuroscience Institute Neurosurgeon David Newell, M.D.

SEATTLE, May 4, 2009 -- Moyamoya disease is an extremely rare condition that leads to irreversible blockage of the carotid arteries to the brain as they enter into the skull. Those with the rare brain disorder are often young, female and at greater risk for stroke or brain hemorrhage. In child...

KOMO TV News Anchor Kathi Goertzen Talks about Her Recent Treatment at Swedish for a Non-Cancerous Brain Tumor

SEATTLE, Feb. 17, 2009 -- After an almost five-month-long absence, longtime KOMO Television (Channel 4; ABC) evening news anchor Kathi Goertzen returned to work Feb. 16 after having had surgery Sept. 23, 2008 at Swedish/Cherry Hill to partially remove a non-cancerous brain tumor called menin...

Swedish Neuroscience Institute TeleStroke Program Signs Contract with Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend, Wash.

PORT TOWNSEND, WA, Jan. 15, 2009 – Jefferson County area residents facing a potential or actual acute stroke will now benefit from a recently formed partnership between the Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) TeleStroke Program and Jefferson Healthcare that will bolster the Port Towns...
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