SEATTLE – April 1, 2015 — Swedish has been designated by the Seattle Reign Football Club (FC) as the official medical services sponsor of the professional women’s soccer team.
Swedish Medical Group (SMG) has been named among the “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” on Becker’s Hospital Review’s 2015 list. SMG was the only medical group located in Washington to be included on the list.
The Commission on Cancer (CoC) recognized Swedish Cancer Institute with the 2014 Outstanding Achievement Award. Swedish is among the top 15 percent of the cancer programs surveyed by the CoC. Swedish is also the only Seattle-area health system to receive this recognition during 2014.
Swedish Health Services announced Margo Bykonen, RN, will be taking the role of Chief Nursing Officer for Swedish Health Services. In her new position, Margo will play an integral role in executing Swedish’s strategic nursing plan and furthering its mission to improve the health and well-being of patients. Margo will have a dual role, maintaining her duties as Swedish First Hill Nurse Executive as she assumes the Chief Nursing Officer position.
The median survival rate in glioblastoma patients was extended to more than four years after Phase I of a recent trial completed by Duke University. According to the paper published last week in the journal Nature, some cases doubled the average survival time expected in patients receiving standard treatments.
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