ISSAQUAH, WASH., Feb. 1, 2013 – Childbirth is often painful and always unpredictable, but postpartum recovery doesn’t have to be. New mothers can now leave the hospital even happier with Postnatal Body Therapy™ by Bavia™. This postnatal massage service is now available at Swedish/Issaquah.
ISSAQUAH, WA, Jan. 23, 2013 - With spring sports starting, don't drop the ball on nutrition. Nutrition is just as important as physical conditioning for athletes. So, as spring sports begin, let Swedish help you and your children prepare to hit it out of the park. Join Registered Dietitian Ally Colson for an interactive training on game-winning meals and snacks and help your young athlete become a nutrition champion.
The City of Seattle is constructing the new First Hill Streetcar Line. This line will cover 2.5 miles and serve Capitol Hill, First Hill, Yesler Terrace, Central Area, International District and Pioneer Square; improving connections and access to businesses, medical centers and schools. The First Hill Line will have 10 stations, 6 streetcars, and connect with bus lines, Link light rail, commuter rail, ferry and water taxi, and the local bike network.
The First Hill Line is the next step in the Seattle Streetcar project after the successful opening of the South Lake Union Line in 2007. Our goal is to keep you informed on how the construction may impact your travel to and from the First Hill and Cherry Hill campuses. We will keep this blog post updated throughout the project and let you know of any planned traffic detours or lane closures, until the opening of the line in mid-2014.
Here are some useful links to learn more about the First Hill Streetcar Project:
Background information on the Seattle Streetcar: www.seattlestreetcar.org
Stay tuned for updates posted here as we keep our patients, visitors and staff informed on the construction progress of the First Hill Streetcar Line. We'll also post relevant updates about impacts to our campuses on Facebook and Twitter.
Eight Swedish Medical Center Nurses Receive The DAISY Award for Delivering Quality and Compassionate Care
SEATTLE, Dec. 5, 2012 – Eight Swedish Medical Center nurses today received The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses, a national program established by The DAISY Foundation to recognize nurses who deliver quality and compassionate care. The nurses received their awards during a special ceremony at the Swedish/Cherry Hill campus.
(Left to right) Leah Binder, president and CEO of The Leapfrog Group, presents the Top Hospital Award to Director of Quality and Patient Safety Mary Gregg, M.D., Chief Medical Officer John Vassall, M.D., and Quality and Patient Safety Data Analyst Mike Weidemann.
SEATTLE, Dec. 4, 2012 – The Leapfrog Group’s annual class of ‘Top Hospitals’ – just 89 from a field of nearly 1,200 – was announced today in Baltimore, Md., and includes Swedish Medical Center/First Hill for the third year in a row. The announcement took place at Leapfrog’s Annual Meeting.